Notes from n.la. economist at CCRP, August, 1976
What is it in system that "frenas" occupational mobility?
Carlos Garcia and Rafael Prieto, mobilidad de empleo
en seis ciudades Colombianas
Durand (Pennsylvania) occupations participation by
age and sex
Better way is to see in terms of mobility
traditional (bad term) to Technological transition
changes in attitudes
changes in ways of coping
Interested in mobility -- "traditional" has to do with peoples'
possibilities in future advancement
the life cycle what doing before?
where going after?
is it temporary?
Joan Nelson political scientist, urbanization in developing
countries, political attitudes of squatter settlements.
helpful in Developing Countries was at Urban
Occupational mobility studies: a no-man's land.
He doesn't go along with diagnosis that
economic system "causes" growth of service
sector (CF article in red folder)
Hypothesis Ax~fsb that people create
their own jobs. Really is a demand,
not just artificial, for services.