Calls for tenders
Collection and review of skill mismatch policies and practices in the EU
AO/RPA/JVLOO-KPOUL/Skill Mismatch Policies/001/13
The purpose of the contract is: to identify, review and analyse 2 types of policies aimed at mitigating skill mismatch in EU Member States and Croatia: (1) policies targeted at unemployed people aimed at matching their skills with the available jobs and (2) policies and actions focused on dealing with current or anticipated skill shortages. The project entails a thorough academic and policy review of policies and practices in all EU Member States and Croatia and an in-depth analysis of a limited number of initiatives in selected countries that can serve as examples. The evidence gathered in the course of the project will provide information on the effectiveness of skill mismatch policies and their transferability across EU Member States characterised by different institutional and policy contexts. It will complement Cedefop’s recent analysis on the drivers and impacts of skill mismatch and groups particularly affected by it. The ultimate goal is to collect new insights on skill mismatch that can be brought to the attention of policy makers and decision makers.
This call has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union 2013/S033-051019 of 15/02/2013.
Deadline of submitting tenders: 02/04/2013 (17h00 for hand-delivered tenders).
Requests for additional information/clarification should be received by 21/03/2013.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: The attached draft contract shall be subject to future modifications in accordance with the new EC model.
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Tender dossier (1407.50 Kb)
Posted on 18/02/2013
| Last update on 13/05/2013
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