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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010100 Years of Educational Reforms in Europe: A Contextual DatabaseGARROUSTE CHRISTELLEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Childhood, schooling and income inequalityGARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; CAVAPOZZI Danilo; PACCAGNELLA OmarArticles in books
2010Discussion note on a benchmark on the contribution of Education and Training to employabilityKOZOVSKA Kornelia; GARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; ARJONA PEREZ ElenaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011The distribution of adult training in European countries - Evidences from recent surveysBADESCU Mircea; GARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; LOI MASSIMOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Education and Long-Term UnemploymentGARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; KOZOVSKA Kornelia; ARJONA PEREZ ElenaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012The employability of young graduates in EuropeGARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; CAETANO RODRIGUES JORGE RODRIGUES FERRO MARIA MARGARIDAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Employability: Challenges for Education and Training SystemsKOZOVSKA Kornelia; ARJONA PEREZ Elena; GARROUSTE CHRISTELLEContributions to Conferences
2011Explaining learning gaps in Namibia: the role of language proficiencyGARROUSTE CHRISTELLEArticles in Journals
2011Human capital accumulation and investment behaviourGARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; CAVAPOZZI Danilo; FIUME Alessio; WEBER GulielmoArticles in books
2010Towards a Benchmark on the Contribution of Education and Training to Employability: In-depth Analysis of Key IssuesGARROUSTE CHRISTELLE; KOZOVSKA Kornelia; ARJONA PEREZ ElenaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Towards a Benchmark on the Contribution of Education and Training to Employability: Methodological NoteGARROUSTE CHRISTELLEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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