3 edition of Educational leave and the labour market in Europe found in the catalog.
Educational leave and the labour market in Europe
GuМ€nther R. Degen
by European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, European Community Information Service [distributor] in Berlin, Washington, DC
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 199-206.
|Statement||conducted by Günther Degen, Ekkehard Nuissl.|
|Contributions||Ekkehard, Nuissl, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||HD5257.2.E84 D44 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||84210599|
between higher education and the labour market in Greece ”, European Journal of Education, 38, 4, Livanos, I. () “ The incidence of long term unemployment: evidence fromAuthor: Ilias Livanos. Dual labour market economists explain the separation of segments in the labour market by two sets of hypotheses, as follows. Wage Determination and the Allocation of Workers The dual labour market theory's attack on the neoclassical explanation of wage and employment deter- Labour Market Theories and Education from the same social by:
Words by Gabriela Yordanova On of November , the Bulgarian Negotiate team took part in an international conference “LABOUR MARKET, EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT: CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES”. The event was organized by the Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge at the. of employed person in times of crisis on labour market. A higher participation in education is not necessarily associated with a higher employment rate, since the entry on the labour market occurs for some individuals as an alternative to continuing their education. Keywords: education, labour market, labour market outcomes.
Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) and its long-term effects on educational and labour market outcomes Janna van Belle, RAND Europe Executive summary • US studies have shown that the provision of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) is associated with positive social and economic outcomes, both in the short and long term. This brief. Education has positive impact on labor market activity of severely disabled. Novem Additional education generally enhances labor market outcomes. For workers with disabilities, additional education not only improves the chances of labor market activity, but also reduces the gap in the labor market participation between workers with.
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Educational leave and the labour market in Europe: a study of the (possible) influence of educational leave on the state and the development of the labour market in the countries of the European. The quality of education is difficult to measure in the education market and does not always find clear recognition in the labour market.
The book provides new empirical evidence on these themes, including data specifically relating to Italy and the UK. The contributions collected in this volume take a fresh look at the traditional debate on education, training and labour market outcomes.
The quality of education is difficult to measure in the education market and does not always find clear recognition in the labour market. The book provides new. Education, Training and Labour Market Outcomes in Europe by Daniele Checchi. Education and training have been at the forefront of public policy discussion and of government policy-making in most European countries for several decades.
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Educational Leave and the Labour Market in Europe. A Study of the (Possible) Influence of Educational Leave on the State and the Development of the Labour Market in the Countries of the European : Gunther Degen, Ekkehard Nuissl.
the links between education and employment, and thus between the supply of and demand for skills on labour markets. Catherine Béduwé, Jordi Planas (project coordinators) Manfred Tessaring (Cedefop) Educational expansion and labour market EN EuropeGR 01 Thessaloniki (Pylea) Postal address: PO BoxGR 02 Thessaloniki.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the size and composition of the student labour force in order to consider its potential impact on labour markets in the European Union.
The paper is based on an analysis of EU Labour Force Survey data fromsupplemented by the findings of the EUROSTUDENT project. Forms of Educational Leave in Europe 28 Jul In this way the Dutch government aims at offering a chance to unemployed people and the disabled to re-enter the labour market.
In Belgium, unpaid leave is provided to full-time or part-time workers, not only for educational purposes but also for other reasons such as parenthood or nursing of.
Statistics on the labour market are at the heart of many EU policies and are namely used to monitor the Europe strategy, the European Employment Strategy (EES), the European Pillar of Social Rights and the Agenda for Sustainable Development.
They also allow to respond to the requirements of economic and monetary policy in the European. The final area that leave legislation has an impact on is the labour market and, specifically, the labour market outcomes of leave takers (who are women in most instances).
At least some maternity leave is the norm around childbirth and the discussion in Europe focuses more on the optimal length of leave rather than questioning whether or not Cited by: "The Challenges facing Labour Markets within the Europe Strategy" The elaboration of the draft analysis was assigned to the Commission on Labour, Income, Living Standards and Industrial Relations.
Pursuant to the decision of the Commission Plamen Dimitrov, Member of. What is Labour Market Economics. Main players and their Roles. Labour supply. What decisions do individuals make. 1 Whether or not to join the labour force.
2 Which occupation/industry to join. 3 How many hours to work. 4 Whether or not to join a union. 5 How much education to obtain. 6 When to retire. 7 Where to live. 8 etc.
Dimensions of LS: 1 quantity dimensions: extensive margin (work or not),File Size: 1MB. Each is based on a different theory of the operation of labour markets. Education and the Labour Market Explanations of the interface between individuals with specific educational characteristics and the nature of the jobs they enter are each one part of more general theories of labour by: This book contains five papers on the role of institutions in changing labor markets in Europe.
"Introduction" (Peter Auer) explores the following topics: institutions and labor market forces; macroeconomic policy; redistribution of working times; equality of opportunity; and industrial relations and social dialogue. "Small-Economy Macroeconomics" (Ronald Schettkat) discusses monetary and Cited by: This book offers a comprehensive empirical analysis of educational inequalities and their consequences on individual labour market outcomes for men and women in France and Germany, two countries with different education systems.
Using microdata of either country, the analyses mainly rely on econometric cturer: Physica. Session 7: The changing labour market and the future of higher education: Scenarios (breakout session) This session will be introduced by Henno Theisens (OECD).
The group will split in two sub-groups to imagine how changes within the labour market could impact on higher education systems. The groups will imagine 2 to 4 scenarios. Nowadays upper secondary education is considered the minimum desirable educational attainment level for EU citizens.
Young people who leave education and training prematurely lack crucial skills and run the risk of facing serious, persistent problems in the labour market.
education and labour markets from the perspective of staff and cli-ents of the Labour Office, young people and female adult students. * * * The editors would like to thank Stephen Platt for his advice on the con-cluding Size: KB.
9Better educated workers perform better in the labour market, in terms of earnings but also in terms of (un)employment ing to OECD (a), wage premia in Belgium have been relatively stable during the past decade, but, the employment premium has risen.
This tentatively suggests that Belgium is ideal to explore the non-wage benefits associated to by: 2. how the labour markets have fared over this turbulent period.
While some markets have weathered the storm well, others show the scars. This year we continue to track labour markets in a world of continuous change, aiming to provide valuable insights and analysis on the ongoing challenge of aligning skills with the needs of business.From the reviews: “This book deals with a highly topical issue: various labour market impacts of the recent EU enlargement.
The book consists of a number of research papers that were originally presented at a seminar. the book provides several important new insights about structural change and regional labour markets in : Hardcover.This book offers a comprehensive empirical analysis of educational inequalities and their consequences on individual labour market outcomes for men and women in France and Germany, two countries with different education systems.
Using microdata of either country, the .