Germany’s model of dual vocational training is a key contributor to its strong economy, low youth unemployment and high competitiveness. How can other advanced economies develop and implement a similar system?
The mismatch between the demand and supply of skills is a global concern. The private sector, being the principal user, has a critical role in skills training.
December 06, 2018
6:30PM - 8:30PM, IST
Prakash Loungani and Aroop Chatterjee
JustJobs Network and the Emerging Market Sustainability Dialogues launch a webinar series about the Changing World of Work: Lessons from the Past, In the Present and For the Future. The second in the series will be on Growth and Structural Reform, featuring Prakash Loungani from International Monetary Fund and Aroop Chatterjee from University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.
November 15, 2018
The Kenan Institute Asia, collaborating with JJN in an ongoing research project on Inclusive Industrialization for ASEAN, hosted a research workshop in Central Bangkok to present initial findings of the project to local stakeholders involved in the electronics sector. The event brought together representatives from the Department of Skill Development, the Department of Labor Protection […]