Stephen Mangum

Dean and Stokely Foundation Leadership Chair

Haslam College of Business, University of Tennessee

Former CHRR affiliate while a member of the faculty at Ohio State University

NLS user since 1981

  • "Military Provided Occupational Training and Skill Transfer in the Post Draft Era," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Volume 42, Number 2, January 1989, (with David Ball).
  • "The Labor Market Impacts of Post-School Occupational Training for Young Men," Growth and Change, Volume 18, Number 4, Fall 1987, (with A. Adams).
  • "Postschool Education and Training: Accessible to All?," Review of Black Political Economy, Volume 15, Number 3, 1987, (with A. Adams and P. Wirtz).
  • "Skill Transfer and Military Occupational Training" in The Changing Market: A Longitudinal Study of 15 Years of Labor Market Experience of Young Men, edited by Stephen M. Hills (Lexington Book, Lexington, Mass, 1986) (with David Ball).
Why I chose NLS data

At the time my research was being undertaken, the NLS was unparalleled in providing detail on post-secondary, non-college participation in various forms of training.