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Reacting in time to qualification needs - towards a cooperative implementation? : proceedings of a conference organised by the WZB on the 27-28 September 2001, within the research network FreQuenz supported by the Federal Ministry for Training and Research (BMBF)

Rechtzeitiges Reagieren auf Qualifikationsbedarf - Implementation eines Netzwerkes : Proceedings einer Konferenz des WZB vom 27. bis zum 28. September 2001 über das Forschungsnetzwerk Fre Quenz (unterstützt vom Ministerium für Bildung und Forschun
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Rouault, Sophie; Oschmiansky, Heidi; Schömann, Isabelle (ed.)

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Corporate Editor Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung gGmbH
Abstract "Upgrading the qualification level of the workforce has become a central issue among the governments of the European Union: in the race towards global economic competitiveness, human capital development should play a key role. Taking this statement as point of departure, the contributions gathered here explore how the qualification needs of firms and workers - once identified - are answered. The common focus lies in analysing the co-ordination schemes established among labour market actors the national, regional and supranational levels to implement and institutionalize new labour market arrangements for a more effective qualification matching. These contributions were made to an international workshop organised by the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung on the 27-28th September 2001, in the framework of a research network for the early recognition of qualification needs - FreQueNz - launched by the German Federal Ministry for Training and Research (BMBF) in 1999." (author's abstract). Contents: Sophie Rouault: Qualification need and multi-level coordination: introducing a research question (1-5); Heidi Oschminasky, Sophie Rouault, Isabelle Schömann: Three research fields and a summary of results (6-14). Part I - The role of networks in the implementation process of jobrotation: Heidi Oschmiansky: Implementing jobrotation in Germany: labour market actors' contribution to meet skill needs (15-38); John Houman Sorensen: Job-rotation schemes in Denmark - an active labour market policy instrument and its dependence on qualification strategies and economic situation of firms (39-56); Jouko Nätti: Job rotation in Finland - national and local experiments (57-91); Lizzi Feiler: Co-operative approaches to identify and meet qualification needs. The implementation systems of jobrotation and programmes in Austria (92-115). Part II - Answering territorial qualification needs through new corporate and employment forms: Sophie Rouault: Answering qualification needs through multiple jobholding arrangements - multi-level coordination in France and Sweden (116-132); Ton Wilthagen, Harm van Lieshout, Martijn van Velzen: Employment and training pools in the Netherlands - analytical remarks and examples (133-149); Bengt Lorendahl: Neo-cooperatives to support self-employment? The Swedish case (150-167); Claudia Weinkopf: Service pools as qualifying alternative in services to private households (168-185). Part III - The role of social partners in the implementation of skill needs: Isabelle Schömann: A right to vocational training - the anticipative action of workers' representatives in selected European countries (186-195); Ralf Rogowski, Isabelle Schömann: The role and impact of social partners on training in the European Union (196-223); Philippe Mehaut: What is the future of vocational education? Chronicle of unsuccessful negotiations (224-240); Harm van Lieshout, Ton Wilthagen: Transitional labour markets in action - new developments in the Dutch vocational educationand training market (241-273).

"Die Erhöhung des Qualifikationsniveaus der Arbeitskräfte ist ein zentrales Anliegen der Regierungen der Europäischen Union: im globalen ökonomischen Wettbewerb spielt die Entwicklung des Humankapitals eine zentrale Rolle. Diesem Ausgangspunkt entsprechend untersuchen die Beiträge des Bandes, wie der identifizierte Qualifizierungsbedarf von Unternehmen und Beschäftigten gedeckt werden kann. Der gemeinsame Fokus besteht in der Analyse der Koordinierungsmustern der Akteuren der nationalen, regionalen und supranationalen Ebene für die Implementation und Institutionalisierung neuer Arbeitsmarktarrangements, um ein effektiveres Qualifizierungs-Matching zu gewährleisten. Die Beiträge basieren auf Vorträgen für einen internationalen Workshops des Wissenschaftszentrums Berlin am 27. und 28. September 2001. Der Workshop wurde organisiert im Rahmen des Forschungsnetzwerkes für die Früherkennung von Qualifizierungsbedarf - FreQueNz - 1999 initiiert und gefördert vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)." (Autorenreferat)
Keywords EU; qualification requirements; level of qualification; qualification; demand; labor market trend; implementation; labor market policy; instruments; vocational education; Federal Republic of Germany; further education; Sweden; network; France; job rotation; Denmark; Finland
Classification Labor Market Research
Method descriptive study
Document language English
Publication Year 2002
City Berlin
Page/Pages 273 p.
Series Discussion Papers / Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Forschungsschwerpunkt Arbeitsmarkt und Beschäftigung, Abteilung Arbeitsmarktpolitik und Beschäftigung, 02-202
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