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Social inclusion and collective skill formation systems: policy and politics
Journal of European Social Policy
This thematic review essay focuses on the relationship between social inclusion and collective skill formation systems. It briefly surveys foundational literature in comparative political economy and comparative social policy that documented and explained the traditionally socially inclusive nature of these systems. It reviews how the literature conceptualized the current challenges faced by collective skill formation systems in upholding their inclusive nature in the context of the transitiondoi:10.1177/09589287211035699 fatcat:ykehrj2iene3hpuv4r44rqv7bq