The Economics of Vocational Training: Past Evidence and Future Evaluations (World Bank Staff Working Paper) ePub download
by David H. Metcalf
- ISBN: 0821304755
- ISBN13: 978-0821304754
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- Language: English
- Category: Higher & Continuing Education
- Publisher: World Bank (October 1, 1985)
- Pages: 150
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A partial survey of the literature on the economics of vocational training reveals three important lessons on. .
A partial survey of the literature on the economics of vocational training reveals three important lessons on how evaluations may be undertaken using data on pay, inputs, and outputs. The first lesson is that social, corporate, and private returns to vocational training in developing countries appear to be high enough to justify expanding training activity.
The Economics of Vocational Training: Past Evidence and Future Considerations’. World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 713. Washington, DC: World Bank Publications, 1985. Mincer, . chooling, Experience, Earnings.
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Cite this publication. already took form in the world, and then analyse the opportunities of the Hungarian transformation of education. The Future of Vocational Training in Switzerland. April 1975 · European Education.
Box 960, Herndon, VA 20172, . org, or visit the World Bank InfoShop at 701 18th Street, . te. +1-202-458-5454. World Development Indicators is the World Bank's premier annual compilation of data about development. It discusses in-service training as an enter-prise strategy for meeting staffing and skills needs, and pres-ents evidence on the distribution, intensity, and determinants of in-service training in Russia.
Mr Lee holds a PhD in Economics from Cambridge University
European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies. Mr Lee holds a PhD in Economics from Cambridge University. Summary1 Centrality of work: There has been much talk of ‘the end of work’. And yet work remains a central pillar in our lives. And there is clear evidence that work has a positive impact on well-being and happiness (see Figures 1 and 2). 1 This note draws from: ILO (2017), The Inception Report for the Global Commission on the Future of Work and ILO (2017), What Future for Decent Work in Europe and Central Asia: Opportunities and challenges.
Evidence from Evaluations As many governments in developing and transition countries grapple with growing unemployment and underemployment, they are increasing turning to active labor market programs (ALMPs) to reduce the risk of unemployment and to increase workers' earnings.
Evidence from Evaluations As many governments in developing and transition countries grapple with growing unemployment and underemployment, they are increasing turning to active labor market programs (ALMPs) to reduce the risk of unemployment and to increase workers' earnings capacity. Such programs work by enhancing labor supply (through training); increasing labor demand (through public works or subsidies); and improving the functioning of the labor market (through employment services).
Any opinions or claims contained in this Working Paper do not necessarily reflect the views of HSE. Pavel V. Travkin1. The returns to training in russia: a ences analysis.