Graduates in the Labour Market, Determinants of Employment Success
In the middle of the turmoil caused by the new reforms in the UK higher education system it seems necessary to consider the success of graduates in the job market as an important indicator of university sector performance. The questions which this paper tries to answer are as follows: Is there any difference between universities in the success of their graduates in the job market? Do these differences reflect efficiency and good resource management or it is just the institution name that works as a screening device?
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