This article contains an analysis of policies aimed at increasing the participation of adults in higher education (HE) in seven countries (NL, DK, SE, UK, BE Flanders, DE and the state of California in the USA). In order to maintain their economic competitiveness, many countries have developed policies to increase the participation of adults . . . → Read More: Increasing participation of adults in higher education: Factors for successful policies – International Journal of Lifelong Education
Strong growth in the outer suburbs of Australia’s capital cities continued in 2010-11, according to estimates released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Of the ten fastest-growing Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the country, six were in the outer suburban fringes of Melbourne and Perth.
This strong growth in the outer suburbs contributed . . . → Read More: Population growth surges in the outer suburbs – Australian Bureau of Statistics
This paper looks at the effects of the ‘Great Recession’ on young people’s labour market experiences in the European Union. The paper documents some of the key characteristics of young people’s labour market experiences during the current recession and then seeks to provide some explanations of these applying both cross-section and time series rolling . . . → Read More: Young people’s labour market experiences in Europe
This study investigates whether temporary contract volition and workers’ expectations for contract renewal are boundary conditions to explain differences in temporary workers’ job insecurity feelings and well-being. It is hypothesized that (1) low volition through higher job insecurity indirectly associates with lower well-being and that (2) temporary workers’ expectations of contract renewal weakens the . . . → Read More: Temporary workers’ job insecurity feelings and well-being in Europe