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Anticipating Europe's skill needs

2-3 November 2006, Warwick (Skillsnet expert workshop)

The workshop was organised within the framework of Cedefop's international network on early identification of skill needs 'Skillsnet' and in the occassion of the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the University of Warwick's Institute for Employment Research (IER) as well as the 20th Anniversary of the setting up of the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) at Maastricht University.

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Workshop agenda

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List of participants

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Brief overview and follow-up of previous activities, Alena Zukersteinova

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Workshop rationale and objectives, Olga Strietska-Ilina

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ROA΄s labour market forecasting approach: Beyond manpower planning, Hans Heijke

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Pan-European employment projections: some preliminary results, Rob Wilson

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EU labour markets, job structures and qualification requirements, Jan Koucky

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The cohort component method of deriving replacement demand – lessons from Ireland, Roger Fox

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Forecasts in the French Ministry of Education: Methodology using international classifications and some results for France, Claude Sauvageot

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Supply forecast methods, Manfred Tessaring

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28/11/2009
Skillsnet