The burgeoning literature on vocational education and training (VET) has failed to provide an adequate theoretical basis by which to understand training outcomes. Critically appraises the notion of a “low skill equilibrium” and highlights a number of conceptual and analytical weaknesses in the literature. Suggests some key ingredients for a more sensitive approach to training provision. Emphasizes the importance of addressing developments in production and illustrates this by reference to case study research.
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