Stuck in Neutral: Business and the Politics of Human Capital Investment Policy

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INDEX
Acorn, John, 194
Advisory Council on Economic Security, 77
Aetna, 50, 149, 156–57, 161, 175
Aid to Families with Dependent Children, 85
airline and aerospace industries, 108, 110
Alexander, Lamar, 196, 199
Allied Signal Corporation, 175
American Business Collaboration, 162–65
American Business Conference, 196
American Enterprise Institute, 159
American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organizations, 205, 234
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 120
American Forest and Paper Association, 121
American Hospital Association, 233, 234
American Insurance Association, 230
American Iron and Steel Institute, 121
American Management Association, 34, 160, 250, 252
American Medical Association, 232, 233
American Retail Federation, 57
American Society for Human Resource Management, 144
American Society of Training and Development, 145–46
American Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, 120, 161–62, 164
Ameritech Corporation, 187
Anthony, Beryl, 230–31
Appropriations, House Committee on, 216, 218; Senate Committee on 151
Archey, William, 57, 176–77, 187
Armey, Dick, 62, 187, 237
Association of Private Pension and Welfare Plans, 119, 123, 177–78
Atkins, Larry, 120–21
Atlanta Partnership of Business and Education, 149
Atlantic Richmond Corporation, 120–21, 232
automobile industry, 9, 35, 122, 232
Bailey, Pam, 179, 188, 232, 235
Barbour, Haley, 62
Baroody, Michael, 195, 202
Bethlehem Steel Corporation, 121
Bismarck, 69–70
Blackenhorn, David, 222
Blendon, Robert, 172, 234
Boehner, John, 187, 201, 231
Boston Federal Reserve Bank, 154
Boston Private Industry Council, 147
Bradley Foundation, 155
Brock, William, 192–93
Bromberg, Michael, 179
Britain, 67–68, 87
budget deficits, 16, 88, 159, 184–85, 230, 234, 238
Bunning, Jim, 187
Bush, George, 88, 110–11, 123, 142, 187, 192–94, 196, 199, 201, 211, 213, 225, 226
Business Coalition for Education Reform, 196, 202–4, 208
Business Coalition for Workforce Development, 208, 216
Business for Social Responsibility, 223
Business Health Care Action Group, 116
Business Leaders for the FMLA, 223
Business Roundtable, 55–56, 140, 148, 176–77, 187, 194–97, 203, 205, 207–8, 210, 214, 216, 218, 228, 230; Working Group on Workforce Development, 194–95
Butler, Brad, 6–7, 166
Butler, Owen, 193
Cahn, Michelle, 203
Califano, Joseph, 122, 150–51
California Business Roundtable, 148
Carnevale, Anthony, 39, 145, 149–50, 215
Casey Foundation, Annie E., 155
Casey, Pat, 114–15
Caterpillar Corporation, 187
Celeste, Richard, 193
Ceridan Corporation, 3, 194
Chafee, John, 188
Chamber of Commerce, 53, 55–57, 59, 77, 92, 113, 123, 140, 151, 158, 176–77, 187, 194–97, 199, 203–4, 207, 210–11, 221–24, 226, 229, 233; Center for Workforce Preparedness, 195

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