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Vocational Training in Small Firms in Germany : The Contribution of the Craft Sector

Vocational Training in Small Firms in Germany : The Contribution of the Craft Sector

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DEISSINGER, Thomas, 2001. Vocational Training in Small Firms in Germany : The Contribution of the Craft Sector. In: Education + Training. 43(8/9), pp. 426-436. ISSN 0040-0912. eISSN 1758-6127

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