Craig Holmes was one of the speakers at an event arranged by the Resoultion Foundation ‘Looking through the hourglass: Hollowing out of the UK jobs market pre- and post-crisis’ held on 23rd March. For more information on the event and a video follow the link
James Malcomsons’ paper on Relational contracts and specific training is now available from the Research in Economics journal website
Prof. Keep was speaking to PhD students taking part in a unique programme aiming to provide new knowledge and insight into key Scottish skills issues. The doctoral research programme was established in 2013 in a partnership between SDS and the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences (SGSSS) which hosts the Economic and Social Research Council […]
SKOPE has just published its newest working paper by our Associate Cathy Stasz on Governing Education and Training Systems in the UK: Some Lessons from the United States.
A recent SKOPE Issues Paper has received substantial coverage in an article UK economy shows shift to low-skilled jobs, research finds, in Financial Times
SKOPE Associate James Malcomson has just publishes a paper titled ‘Relational contracts and specific training’. Please follow the link for full article published by Science Direct
DR Craig Holmes of SKOPE and University of Oxford has written a new SKOPE Issues Paper, now available from our Publications section.
SKOPE Associate Craig Holmes has written a short article for Policy Network which was published online on 27th November 2014. It is on gender and the hourglass labour market during the crisis.
The presentations from the ESRC Festival of Social Science Seminar, The Future of Higher Education, can now be found on the Events page.
Ewart Keep has been working with the Welsh Government and with Skills Development Scotland (SDS) to explore how best to take forward policy developments on improving skills utilisation in the economy and the workplace. The Welsh Government is testing out new approaches via two sectoral pilot projects (in Construction and the Creative industries). In Scotland, […]