A cross-country comparison of the determinants of vocational training
Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1999 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
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20 hours Altonji and Spletzer amongst amount of training analysis average spell length characteristics considered continuous training CVTS data set determinants of vocational distribution of training dummy variable elementary occupations ELFS employees employment Eurostat exclusively on-the-job training explanatory variables external training four weeks prior France and Portugal France N'lands Portugal full-time Germany France N'lands hours per week human capital incidence of training initial training ISCED high ISCED medium Labour Force Survey Labour Market less males minimum chi-squared estimates months multivariate analysis N'lands Portugal Sweden number of individuals off-the-job component on-the-job and off-the-job overall training percentage Portugal Sweden UK professionals proportion receive on-the-job training receive training sector specific vocational training statistically significant coefficients Sweden UK female Table total number trade workers training equation training in Germany training incidences training places training received training spells lasting types of training typically weighted least squares well-educated workplace training yes yes yes