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Global Convergence or Path Dependency? : Skill Formation Regimes in the Globalized Economy

Global Convergence or Path Dependency? : Skill Formation Regimes in the Globalized Economy

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BUSEMEYER, Marius R., Janis VOSSIEK, 2016. Global Convergence or Path Dependency? : Skill Formation Regimes in the Globalized Economy. In: MUNDY, Karen, ed., Andy GREEN, ed., Bob LINGARD, ed., Antoni VERGER, ed.. The Handbook of Global Education Policy. Chichester, UK:John Wiley & Sons, pp. 145-161. ISBN 978-1-118-46805-0

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