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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Workforce Development in Emerging Economies : Comparative Perspectives on Institutions, Praxis, and Policies
: World Bank Publications,c2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jee-Peng Tan; Kiong Hock Lee; Ryan Flynn; Viviana V Roseth; Yoo-Jeung Joy Nam
|Notes:||Description based upon print version of record.
Figure B4.1.1"Collecting SABER-WfD Data through Crowdsourcing
|Description:||1 online resource (119 p.)|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Executive Summary; Abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction; Notes; References; Chapter 2 Education and Skills for Growth in Emerging Economies; Pattern of Enrollments; Cognitive, Technical, and Social-Emotional Skills; Equipping the Workforce with Job-Relevant Skills; Building Job-Relevant Skills through Preemployment Training; Building Job-Relevant Skills through Workplace Training; Job-Relevant Skills for the Informal Economy; Notes; References; Chapter 3 A Framework and Tool for Dialogue on Workforce Development The SABER-WfD Conceptual FrameworkFeatures of the SABER-WfD Tool; Notes; References; Chapter 4 Data and Highlights from the Application of the SABER-WfD Tool; Data Collection, Validation, and Analysis; Pattern in Dimension-Level Scores across Countries; Scores of Countries with Multiyear Data; Selected Comparisons of Country Experiences over Time; Notes; References; Chapter 5 Underpinnings of the Dimension-Level SABER-WfD Scores; Distribution of Countries by Dimension-Level Scores; Strategic Framework and Its Underpinnings; System Oversight and Its Underpinnings Service Delivery and Its UnderpinningsSummary of Key Highlights for the 22 Countries; Notes; Reference; Chapter 6 SABER-WfD and the Agenda for Systems Development; Broadening the Dialogue; Integrating WfD into Strategies for Economic Transformation; Nurturing WfD Systems toward Maturity; Building Capacity for Sustained Reform; Notes; References; Appendix A Market and Government Roles in Workforce Development; Notes; References; Boxes; Box 2.1"The Importance and Broadening of Social-Emotional Skills; Box 2.2"The World Bank's STEP Conceptual Framework on Skills Box 2.3"Job-Relevant Soft Skills in Vocational Education and Training ProgramsBox 2.4"Evidence on Workplace Training and Productivity; Box 2.5"Benin's Dual Apprenticeship System; Box 4.1"Crowdsourcing SABER-WfD Data; Box 6.1"Industrial Policy and Workforce Skills; Figures; Figure 2.1"Gross Enrollment Ratios by Education Level and Country Income Group, 1980-2010; Figure 2.2"Percentage Distribution of Students by Functional Numeracy, Selected Countries; Figure B2.1"Five Key Policy Areas on Skills for Employment and Productivity Figure 2.3"VET Enrollment Share by Level of Education and Country Group, 2000 and 2010Figure 2.4"Per Student Public Spending on VET and Academic Programs at the Upper-Secondary Level, Selected Countries, circa 2009; Figure 2.5"Example of Flexible Pathways for Building Job-Relevant Skills through Links between VET and Tertiary Education; Figure 3.1"SABER-WfD's Conceptual Framework for Dialogue on Workforce Development; Figure 3.2"Three Functional Dimensions of Decision Making in the SABER-WfD Framework; Figure 3.3"Functional Dimensions and Major Topics in the SABER-WfD Tool|
|Series Title:||Directions in Development;Directions in Development - Human Development.|