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ERIC Number: ED349433
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 82
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0378-5068
The Role of the State and the Social Partners: Mechanisms and Spheres of Influence.
Vocational Training, n1 1992
This serial issue is devoted to clarifying the attitudes of the various parties or "social partners" to vocational training in the Member States of the European Community. Following an editorial introducing the topic are these articles: "The Community Social Dialogue" (Roland Tavitian); "From the Market Jungle to the Social Dialogue: Vocational Training and the Community" (Francoise Theunissen); "Role of the Social Partners in Training from the UNICE [Employers Confederation of Europe] Point of View" (Andrew Moore); "Europe after Maastricht" (Ernst Piehl); "Continuing Training for the Employed: A Europe of Diversity" (Peter Auer); "Forward Management of Employment and Vocational Training" (Louis Mallet); "Local System-Building and Policy at National and European Level" (Peer Hull Kristensen); "Some Key Developments in the Role of the Vocational Training Partners in France" (Jean-Francoise Germe); "Coordination of a Number of Agencies for Vocational Training in Emilia Romagna" (Vittorio Capecchi); "Employers, Unions, and Consultative Forums in Dutch Vocational Education" (Jeroen Onstenk); "Participation of the Social Partners in Education Policy: Decision-Making Relating to Training Colleges in Portugal" (Margarida Marques); "Flexible Coordination: The Future of the Dual System from a Labour Market Policy Angle" (Guenther Schmid); "The Role of Government and the Two Sides of Industry in Vocational Training" (Ingeborg Weegmann); and "Shortages of Qualified Labour in Britain: A Problem of Training or Skill Utilisation?" (Alice Lam, David Marsden). Thirteen pages of annotated print information sources are provided. (YLB)
UNIPUB, 4661-F Assembly Drive, Lanham, MD 20706-4391 (Catalogue No. HX-AA-92-001-EN-C: $7.25 single copies; $12.10 annual subscription).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Berlin (Germany).
Identifiers: European Community; Social Partners (European Community)
Note: "Mecanisms" in title changed to "Mechanisms."