"Only the egg-head economist is supposed to be worried about alternative uses of our scare resources"
"The amount of human skill a country or business makes use of at any moment of time is not directly related to the amount of skill at its disposal"
Each quote is from one paper entitled "Social and Technical Aspects of Manpower Utilisation", written by Frank Heller in 1971.
What do these quotes tell us? That we haven't learned much with regard to the supply and demand for skills and their subsequent utilisation since 1971?