This article aims to review UK policy to industrial training over the post‐war period and its relationships with employment generation is reviewed. The focus is on evaluating current training schemes, which have evolved throughout the 1980s via a series of significant Government White Papers on this subject. The economic theory debate over whether a monetarist supply‐side approach to tackling the unemployment problem is preferable to a traditional Keynesian demand‐side approach is addressed.
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