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costs of apprentice training in a sample of British manufacturing establishments
Ian S. Jones
1985 by National Institute of Economic and Social Research in London .
Written in English
|Statement||by Ian S. Jones.|
|Series||Discussion paper / National Institute of Economic and Social Research -- no.84|
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About half of all establishments in the estimation sample cover all direct and indirect training costs, which contradicts the standard human capital approach costs of apprentice training in a sample of British manufacturing establishments book perfect labor markets.
We find that such recruitment costs amount on average to € per hire (almost one month’s pay of an apprentice or approximately 1–2 % of a workplace’s training expenditures), but costs. The interviews took place in Britain and Germany inbefore the current recession, when skill shortages were more severe.
But the under-training of the British workforce is long-standing and the financing of the necessary increases in training remains an important issue.
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We use representative matched employer-employee panel data and correct for estimation biases. We show that an increase of the apprentice share in trade, commercial, craft or construction occupations.
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