The manpower policy “revolution” of the 1960s involved attempts to move the public employment services of most industrialised countries away from their traditional exchange or brokerage function of trying to match individual job applicants with available job openings registered by employers. Conversely a great deal more attention was given to the provision of various manpower policy measures designed to alter the labour market characteristics of the “hard core” unemployed in order to increase their immediate and longer‐term employment prospects.
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