THREE MONOGRAPHS on Subjects Related to RETIREMENT OF OLDER WORKERS
Prepared as background material for a National Conference on Retirement of Older Workers
Monograph I. From the point of view of the worker, is it likely to be better for him to continue in employment as. long as he is able to work or to retire at a given age?
By a Faculty Committee, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh. Dean Thomas Parran, Professors Harwood S. Belding, Antonio Ciocco, James A. Crabtree, Theodore F. Hatch, Adolph G. Kammer, and Special Consultant Violet B. Turner.
Monograph II. What are the respective responsibilities and potential contributions of employers, individual workers, labor unions and government, and how can most effective use be made of their resources?
By Harland Fox of the Industrial Relations Center, University of Minnesota.