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  • 2-May-1996

    English

    Lifelong Learning for All

    How can education and training systems adapt to the evolving needs of an increasingly global and information-based economy? What kind of policies can respond directly to the recognised need to develop the capacity to continuously adapt and renew?...

  • 1-avril-1996

    Français

    Mesurer le capital humain: Vers une comptabilité du savoir acquis (E-book PDF Format)

    La comptabilisation du capital humain est-elle possible en théorie et réalisable en pratique ? Les économistes mesurent le capital humain en termes de nombre d'années d'études suivies, quelle que soit la capacité de production de l'individu. Faute de règles ou de conventions, les bilans financiers ne tiennent pas compte du capital humain. Une étude des politiques novatrices menées dans les pays de l'OCDE montre les progrès déjà

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  • 22-mars-1996

    Français, , 67kb

    Liste complète des publications du PEB

    Toutes les publications du Programme de l'OCDE pour la construction et l'équipement de l'éducation depuis 1966 jusque 2006, y compris les versions en allemand, anglais, danois, espagnol, italien, japonais et portugais.

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  • 1-January-1996

    English, , 52kb

    Learning about work in general secondary schools

    In most OECD countries interest in the transition from school to work was quickened by the advent of high levels of youth unemployment, and of higher unemployment more generally. Inevitably the role of the school in the transition to work became ...

  • 1-January-1996

    English, , 106kb

    Cross-National Research on School to Work Transitions: An Analytical Framework

    In this paper, we review the main comparative research papers on school to work transition processes by European researchers in recent years. Transition processes are viewed in a broad sense, covering those leaving second-level schools and third-...

  • 21-November-1995

    English

    Literacy, Economy and Society: Results of the First International Adult Literacy Survey

    What does a person need to compete successfully in a marketplace which increasingly requires technological know-how and high-level skills? And what can national policies do to cultivate a highly skilled, educated, and literate workforce? What doe...

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