Skill Formation Regimes in South Asia

Skill Formation Regimes in South Asia

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In the face of accelerated economic globalisation, many of the industries in economically less developed countries have become more technology-intensive. Skill formation processes, both inside and outside firms, are therefore changing. This study scrutinises such transformations by comparing - from the perspective of historical institutionalism - the skill formation regimes of the garment industries in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. It sheds light on the differences between the trajectories of the in-firm skill formation regimes of the two countries, and reveals the important part that varying paths of educational development in both countries have played in shaping these trajectories. At the same time, the study shows how, in both countries, state-led skill formation regimes have been transformed not only by market forces and the growing importance of corporate business interests, but also by the social demand for educational credentials.A Comparative Study on the Path-Dependent Development of Technical and Vocational Education and Training for the Garment Industry Markus Maurer ... Particularly in Bangladesh, such gatekeepers, mainly representatives of employersa#39; associations, were normally readily ... such as size, geographical location and type of capital invested were applied, in the course of data analysis, in order to relateanbsp;...

Title:Skill Formation Regimes in South Asia
Author: Markus Maurer
Publisher:Peter Lang - 2011

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