The third of a four volume collection of papers and speeches by Professor Vernon M. Briggs Jr., a member of the faculty of the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, who specializes in human resource economics and public policy.
Professor Briggs has deposited his papers at the Kheel Center. The material available through this site is a portion of a larger collection in paper format, information on which may be obtained by contacting the Kheel Center.
Manuscripts from 1990
Labor Market Tranformation and U.S. Immigration Policy, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
The Changing Nature of the Workforce: The Influence of U.S. Immigration Policy, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Manuscripts from 1989
Immigration Policy and Its Impact: The Relevance for New York, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
The Role of Immigration Policy in a Post-Industrial U.S. Economy, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Manuscripts from 1988
Comments on Markley Robert's Paper, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Does the United States Need to Import Skilled Labor?, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Immigration Reform and the Urban Labor Market: Resolved and Unresolved Data Issues, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
The U.S. Labor Force: The Challenge of Adjustment of a Post-Industrial Society, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Comments on the Papers by Vicki Ruiz and Sharon Strom, Vernon M. Briggs Jr., Vicki Ruiz, and Sharon Strom
Manuscripts from 1987
The Transformation of the U.S. Labor Market: Causes and Prospects, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Manuscripts from 1986
Apprenticeship: The Prospects for Survival, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Science, Technology and U.S. Economic Policy, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Manuscripts from 1985
Immigration and the U.S. Employment Policy, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.
Rural Labor Markets: The Role of Government, Vernon M. Briggs Jr.