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ERIC Number: ED389874
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 341
Abstractor: N/A
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The Determinants of Transitions in Youth. Papers from the Conference Organized by the ESF Network on Transitions in Youth, CEDEFOP and GRET (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) (Barcelona, Spain, September 20-21, 1993). 2nd Edition. CEDEFOP Panorama. Second Edition.
European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Berlin (Germany).
This document consists of the 24 papers delivered at a conference that had five workshops examining various dimensions of the social and occupational transition of young people. The papers are arranged by workshop/session. A summary report precedes the other papers presented during a session. The papers in the session on perspectives on systems, institutions, and change are as follows: "Summary Report" (Karl Ulrich Mayer); "Understanding Change in Youth Labour Markets" (David Ashton); "Different Systems of Vocational Training and Transition from School to Career" (Hans-Peter Blossfeld); "Tracks and Pathways" (David Raffe); "On the Interest of Longitudinal Approaches in the Analysis of Vocational Transitions" (Jose Rose); and "Education and Training in Transition" (Karen Schober). Session 2 on labor market itineraries of secondary school leavers contains the following: "Summary Report" (Jose Rose); "Entry into Employment of Young People Who Have Successfully Completed Their Secondary Technical and Vocational Education in French-Speaking Brabant and Charleroi" (Simon Cabitsis, Adinda Vanheerswynghels); "Explaining the Differences in the Occupational Insertion of Educationally Lesser Qualified Young People" (Didier Demaziere, Brigitte Monfroy); "Transition to the Labour Market of Vocational and Technical Secondary School Leavers" (Jan Denys); "Complex Training Routes and the Results of Insertion among Young People" (Jordi Planas); "Time Spent in Education and Lack of Job Security" (Simon Cabitsis, Nouria Ouali, Andrea Rea); and "Analysis of the Use of Government Integration Measures Made by Young People Leaving Secondary Education" (Thomas Couppie, Patrick Werquin). The session on transitions in youth--social and household dimensions--includes these papers: "Summary Report" (Alessandro Cavalli); "Transition Behaviour and Career Outcomes in England and Germany" (Walter R. Heinz); "French Women Entering the Labour Process and Setting Up Households in the 1980's" (Annick Kieffer, Catherine Marry); "From Youth to Adulthood Project" (Matti Vesa Volanen); and "Main Features of the Structure of the Working Population" (Luis M. Larringa, Ascen M. F. de Landa). Session 4 on the process and consequences of education differentiation contains the following: "Summary Report" (Walter Mueller); "Transition from Education to the Labour Market for Young People in Sweden" (Karin Arvemo-Notstrand, Ingegerd Berggren); "Secondary Technical Education Qualifications" (Marcelo Ossandon, Pol Dupont); "Transition from School to Work" (Wim Groot, Hans Rutjes); "Returns to Education" (Richard Breen, Damian F. Hannan); and "Competition on the Labour Market" (Rolf van der Velden, Lex Borghans). Session 5 on labor market itineraries of higher education graduates consists of the following: "Summary Report" (Francois Pottier); "'How Does a Changing Labour Market Affect the Transition from Higher Education to Work?'" (Clara Aase Arnesen, Jane Baekken, Terje Naess); "Training and Employment in Hospitals" (Mateo Alaluf, Adinda Vanheerswynghels); "Family Social Status and Paths of Youths in the Systems of Education and on the Labour Market" (Lea Battistoni); and"Training and Occupational Routes of New University Graduates in Catalonia" (Josep M. Masjuan, Helena Troiano, Jesus Vivas, Miguel Zaldivar). (YLB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Berlin (Germany).
Identifiers - Location: Belgium; France; Germany; Ireland; Spain; Sweden; United Kingdom (England)