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Social Partnerships for Training Canada's Experiment with Labour Force Development Boards by Andrew Sharpe
  

Social Partnerships for Training Canada's Experiment with Labour Force Development Boards

Part of the Queen's Policy Studies Series Series

Synopsis

Social Partnerships for Training Canada's Experiment with Labour Force Development Boards by Andrew Sharpe

Considers obstacles and opportunities associated with active labour market policies in Canada.

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Publication date

1st June 1997

Author

Andrew Sharpe

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Publisher

Queen's University

Format

Paperback
374 pages

Categories

Labour economics
Industrial or vocational training
Central government policies

ISBN

9780889117532

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