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apprentice system apprentice wages apprenticeship system apprenticeship uptake Australian Government Printing Australian National University award system Britain and Australia British broader Cambridge Canberra cent Centre for Economic collective bargaining compulsion on employers craft unions decline of apprenticeship Department of Employment early twentieth century Economic Performance effect on apprenticeship Elbaum enforce apprenticeship rules Germany Gospel government intervention Government Printing Service historically Industrial Relations Industrial Training institutional supports internal labour markets investment Large firms late nineteenth century levels main formal method managerial hierarchies manual workers manufacturing market failure metalworking methods of training nineteenth century onwards OECD on-the-job participation rates post-Second World pressure product market reform relatively Second World sector skill formation skilled workers South Wales strong support apprenticeship training Survival of Apprenticeship systems of training TAFE three countries trade unions traditional apprenticeship training arrangements training in Australia unionised upgrading vocational qualifications World War period Youth Training YT(S