教育學報



Responses of Education and Training Systems to Labor Quality Demands: Comparisons between Germany, Sweden, Singapore, and Hong Kong

1995.第23卷第1期(Vol. 23 No. 1).pp. 93–113

 

Responses of Education and Training Systems to Labor Quality Demands: Comparisons between Germany, Sweden, Singapore, and Hong Kong

教育及訓練系統對勞動力質素需求的回應:德國、瑞典、新加坡及香港的比較

Jaksa KIVELA

Abstract

Faced with the intense globalization of world markets and acceleration in deployment of high-technologies, many industrialized nations are reviewing and reforming their education and training provisions. The engine driving these reforms stems from the economic necessity, particularly as South East Asian and the Far East New Industrialized Countries vie for the increasing share of the global trade (Anon 1, 1994; Anon 2, 1994). This paper examines firstly, the role of government in the provision of education and training. Secondly, it analyses the systems of post-secondary education and training provision, in the context of labor quality needs between Germany, Sweden, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Finally, it examines the commonalties of education and training systems between Germany, Sweden, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

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