Second and Third Level Manpower demand Projections (1994 – 2000)

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Ethiopian Economics Association (EEA)
Author
Solomon Berhe

Abstract:
This paper attempts to generate reasonable projections of the demand for and the supply of secondary-level and tertiary-level manpower in Ethiopia. Towards that end, 1994 population census and other data on relevant variables are used, in conjunction with parameters of lab our productivity, GDP and attrition rates. The paper employs a simple model in preparing the projections. The projection results indicate a potential surplus of manpower at both second and third levels as related to the supply of manpower output from the educational system. Further, the paper addresses policy issues in education and employment planning in relation to the manpower demand projections.

Corporate Author: Senait Seyoum and alemayehu Seyoum (editors) , Ethiopian Economic Association(EEA), Departments of Economics of AAU & Fredrich Ebert Stifung
Publisher:Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA)
Primary Descriptors: Skilled labor -Supply and demand; Human capital

Secondary Descriptor:Manpower; Labor supply

Cataloge Date:02/27/2013
Broad Subject heading:Education system – Manpower – second and third level
Call Number:338.963 PRO 1998
Serial Key Title:Proceedings of the Seventh Annual conference on the Ethiopian economy
Publication catagory:Annual conference
Content type:EEA Publication
Publication date:2013-02-27 15:58:14
Forum or Discussion date:2013-02-27 15:58:14
Conference Place:Nov. 28 – 30, 1997, Nazareth, Ethiopia
Place of publication:Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Type of material:Book
Current frequency:Annualy
Thematic area:Human resource Development in Ethiopia
Author: Solomon Berhe & Goitom Ghimatsion

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