Manpower planning models. IV, Synthesis of cross-sectional and longitudinal models
Grinold, Richard C.
Marshall, Kneale T.
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This report is the fourth in a series on Manpower Planning Models. Its main purpose is to compare the cross-sectional and longitudinal models described in the second and third reports, point out their similarities and differences, and present a theoretical comparison of the two types of models.
NPS Report NumberNPS55Mt75111
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