Which skills protect graduates against a slack labour market?

This paper explores the relationship between graduates’ skill levels and the risk of overeducation and unemployment in 17 European countries. We distinguish between field-specific and academic skills and hypothesise that field-specific skills largely determine the allocation of graduates to jobs in...

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Volume: 156
Main Author: Humburg, Martin
Grip, Andries de
Velden, Rolf van der
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Trade
Place of publication: HOBOKEN WILEY 2017
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published in: International labour review Vol. 156; no. 1; pp. 25 - 43
Related: Research Centre for Educ and Labour Mark
RS: SBE - MACIMIDE
RS: GSBE DUHR
Macro, International & Labour Economics
Data of publication: 2017
ISSN: 1564-913X
0020-7780
1564-913X
EISSN: 1564-913X
Discipline: Economics
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JOB
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