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Matching the demand for and supply of training in the school-to-work transition

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Matching the demand for and supply of training in the school-to-work transition. / Andrews, M J; Bradley, S; Stott, D.

In: Economic Journal, Vol. 112, No. 478, 03.2002, p. c201-c219.

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Andrews, M J ; Bradley, S ; Stott, D. / Matching the demand for and supply of training in the school-to-work transition. In: Economic Journal. 2002 ; Vol. 112, No. 478. pp. c201-c219.

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