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Policies about education and skill formation occupy a central place in the social investment paradigm (Morel et al, 2012: 2). Policymakers and scholars alike emphasise the potential of education to contribute to a more egalitarian society by supporting the labour market integration of young people as well as to boost the productive potential of the labour force in service-oriented knowledge economies (see, for example, Bonoli, 2013; Hemerijck, 2013; Morel et al, 2012; Vandenbroucke and Vleminckx, 2011). In many ways, the social investment model of the welfare state can be regarded as the renewal of the old social democratic promise of wedding the economic power of free market capitalism with some form of redistribution via the welfare state. However, as has been extensively described elsewhere (Hemerijck, 2012; Morel et al, 2012), the social investment model is also …
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Reframing Global Social Policy : Social Investment for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth / Deeming, Christopher; Smyth, Paul et al. (ed.). - Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2017. - pp. 189-212. - ISBN 978-1-4473-3249-7
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ISO 690BUSEMEYER, Marius R., 2017. Education and skills for inclusive growth. In: DEEMING, Christopher, ed., Paul SMYTH, ed. and others. Reframing Global Social Policy : Social Investment for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth. Bristol, UK:Policy Press, pp. 189-212. ISBN 978-1-4473-3249-7
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  title={Education and skills for inclusive growth},
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  publisher={Policy Press},
  address={Bristol, UK},
  booktitle={Reframing Global Social Policy : Social Investment for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth},
  pages={189--212},
  editor={Deeming, Christopher and Smyth, Paul},
  author={Busemeyer, Marius R.}
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