About Vernon M Briggs Jr
Professor Briggs specializes in human resource economics and public policy in the ILR School at Cornell University. Over the years his research has embraced such subjects as minority participation in apprenticeship training; southern rural labor market analysis; direct job creation strategies, Chicano employment issues; and immigration policy and the American labor force. In addition to the extensive publications of his research, he has served as a member of the National Council on Employment Policy as well as on the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Public and Private Ventures (Philadelphia) and the Center for Immigration Studies (Washington D.C.). He has also served on the editorial boards of such professional journals as the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, the Journal of Human Resources, The Texas Business Review, and the Journal of Economic Issues.
Cornell University, ILR School
399 Ives East
Ithaca, NY 14853-3901
American-Style Capitalism and Income Disparity: The Challenge of Social Anarchy
Faculty Publications - Human Resource Studies (1998)
"With regard to its outward manifestations, the American variant of capitalism seems healthy and vibrant. The contemporary economic indicators are ...