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192 | juillet-août-septembre 2015
Face aux mutations des marchés de l’emploi, quelles politiques de formation ?

The Evolution of Labor Markets and its Impact on Training Policies
Edited by Siegfried Hanhart and Isabel Voirol-Rubido

Over the last few years, changes in the labor market have had an impact on training policies and the way in which training systems operate. This has resulted in both a supply of more qualified human capital and, according to some authors, an increased risk of exclusion from the labor market for low-skilled or unqualified people. Professional integration is now a major political and economic challenge that questions the relationship between training and employment. How can we meet this new challenge? Should we rethink the contents of training, making it more specific to match the specific skills needed by businesses, or instead offer training of a more general nature to broaden people’s job prospects? Should we promote sandwich courses? And, in more general terms, should we gear training systems around results on the labor market?

This issue of the Revue française de pédagogie features an updated approach to the relationship between training and employment, takinga macroeconomic perspective. French-speaking researchers— mainly economists — address various aspectsof the relationship between training policies and employment policies, with aparticularfocus onrecent changes in the labor market and intraining policies.

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