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The Oxford Handbook of Skills and Training Ed by Chris Warhurst, Ken Mayhew, David Finegold and John Buchanan

Contributor(s): Warhurst, Chris [Editor] | Mayhew, Ken [Editor] | Finegold, David [Editor] | Buchanan, John [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2017Description: 737p.ISBN: 9780199655366.Subject(s): Occupational Training | IndustryDDC classification: 658.3124
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Disciplinary Perspectives on Skill / Jane Bryson --
What is Expected of Higher Education Graduates in the 21st Century? / Martin Humburg, Rolf Van der Velden --
Employer-led In-Work Training and Skill Formation: the Challenges of Multi-Varied and Contingent Phenomena / Lorna Unwin --
Unions, the Skills Agenda and Workforce Development / Mark Stuart, Tony Huzzard --
A Working Lifetime of Skill and Training Needs / Günther Schmid --
Skill Under-utilization / D. W. Livingston --
Business Strategies and Skills / David Ashton, Caroline Lloyd, Chris Warhurst --
Measuring Skills Stock, Job Skills and Skills Mismatch / Alan Felstead, Duncan Gallie, Francis Green --
The individual benefits of investing in skill / Craig Holmes --
The economic and social benefits of skills / Irena Grugulis, Craig Holmes, Ken Mayhew --
Theorising Skill Formation in the Global Economy / Hugh Lauder, Phillip Brown, David Ashton --
Skill Builders: The Evolution of National Vocational Training Systems / Cathie Jo Martin --
Different National Skill Systems / Gerhard Bosch --
Skill Ecosystems / John Buchanan, Pauline Anderson, Gail Power --
Employment Systems, Skills and Knowledge / Alice Lam, David Marsden --
Skill Demands and Developments in the Advanced Economies / Caroline Smith --
Approaches to Skills in the Asian Developmental States / Johnny Sung, Arwen Raddon --
Emerging Economic Powers: The Transformation of the Skills Systems in China and India / Mingwei Liu, David Finegold --
Projecting the Impact of IT on Work and Skills in the 2030s / Stuart W. Elliott --
International Skill Flows and Migration / James Wickham --
Professional Skills: Impact of Comparative Political Economy / Mari Sako --
Skills and Training for the Older Population: Training the New Work Generation / Wendy Loretto, Chris Phillipson, Sarah Vickerstaff --
The Changing Meaning of Skill: Still Contested, Still Important / Jonathan Payne --
Rethinking Skills Development: Moving Beyond Competency-Based Training / Leesa Wheelahan --
Who Pays for Skills? Differing perspectives on who should pay and why / Terence Hogarth, Lynn Gambin --
Financial Constraints and Policy Implications / Ewart Keep --
Skills and Training: Multiple Targets, Shifting Terrain / John Buchanan, David Finegold, Ken Mayhew, Chris Warhurst --
A New Social Construction of Skill / Chris Warhurst, Chris Tilly, Mary Gatta --
Measuring Job Content: Skills, Technology and Management Practices / Michael J. Handel --
Accreditation and Assessment in Vocational Education and Training / Gordon Stanley --
Education and Qualifications as Skills / Paul Dalziel --
Pre-Employment Skill Formation in Australia and Germany / John Polesel --
Skill Development in Middle Level Occupations: The Role of Apprenticeship Training / Robert I. Lerman.

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