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Employers' contribution to training: how does Australia compare?

16 Aug 2002
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Are we doing enough training? If we need to do more, then who should pay for it? In this discussion paper, Mark Cully examines these questions by comparing Australia’s training system with those of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark and France. The focus of the paper is on the contribution made by employers. Three policy proposals are put forward with the aim of eliciting a higher and more even employer contribution.

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2002
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