2 edition of Sandwich education & the labour market found in the catalog.
Sandwich education & the labour market
by Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Educational Development and Training FE/HE in [Manchester?
Written in English
|Series||Conference / Manchester Polytechnic Centre for Educational Development and Training FE/HE -- no.72, Conference papers (Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Educational Development and Training FE/HE) -- no.72.|
|Contributions||ManchesterPolytechnic. Centre for Educational Development and Training FE/HE.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
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3. Literature review In many respects, an obvious antecedent of the work undertaken in the present paper is a contribution by Duflo () who examines the impact of a policy decision rapidly to expand the education sector in Indonesia.
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