Germany+Mar.1+ppt - Mar.1,2011...

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Mar.1, 2011
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The differences between German and  American contexts The differences between German and  American employers The differences between German and  American unions The differences between German and  American governments
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A tripartite, “corporatist” institution run (and financed) by  employers, unions and the state More than two thirds of youths between the ages of 15  and 18 enroll in vocational training in one of the 440  officially recognized occupations  ; no cost to students The public vocational schools provide theoretical  instruction (part-time; general training and skills); the  private sector provides practical experience (specific  training and skills) Competitive advantage of integrated training  learning by doing, higher motivation and achievement bridges the transition from school to work large pool of qualified labor broad skills and functional flexibility in the workplace relatively low youth unemployment
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Source: IHK
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Why need a “second channel” representation?
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