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A paper by Greg Wright from University of California and Paul Gaggl from University of North Carolina titled ‘A Short-Run View of What Computers Do: Evidence from a U.K. Tax Incentive’ is now available to download Gregory Wright Research paper 123
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Dr Maia Chankseliani, SKOPE Research Fellow will be presenting a paper, which examines how and in what contexts young people who achieved excellence in vocational occupations discovered, evaluated, and exploited opportunities to become entrepreneurial. Individual semi-structured interviews were conducted with those who represented the UK at WorldSkills competitions. The sample of 40 participants included 30 […]
Presentations from the event can be found here: J Allen – Seminar Day 11.9.15 – without notes Wilde Project 6 Training Managers 11th September DuVE 2015 Chankseliani – 11 September DuVE seminar 11 September 2015
Manufacturing skills We have considerable admiration for Sir James Dyson’s effort to confront the problem of skill shortages in British engineering, and agree that technical understanding needs augmenting with a range of management and other practical skills for our graduates to start to make real contributions to engineering firms (“Mind the gap”, April 11th). However, […]