In series:Getting Skills Rightview more titles
Published on April 10, 2017
The present report examines how governments use financial incentives to promote a better alignment between labour market needs, on the one hand, and the supply of skills, on the other. In doing so, it identifies: i) innovative models that countries may be interested in learning from; ii) best practice in the design and use of financial incentives; iii) framework conditions for their effective use; and iv) limitations and risks in the use of financial incentives.
|Aligning skill supply and skill demand: The challenges|
|Financial incentives for steering education and training|
|Best practice, framework conditions, limitations and risks in the use of financial incentives for education and training|