Involvement of Labour-Market Partners in TVET in the Russian Federation

  • Olga Oleynikova

The present chapter is based on a number of independent surveys and reports of international projects implemented in the Russian Federation (henceforth Russia) in the field of VET, as well as the author’s personal experience. To date, no analysis of the problems mentioned in the title has been performed in Russia.

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Marketing Univer Monopoly 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Olga Oleynikova
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  1. 1.Centre for Vocational Education and Training StudiesMoscowRussian Federation

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