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Inserção no Mercado de Trabalho e Formação Profissional - Guia Teórico para Decisores

  • Miguel Baião Santos

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A inserção no mercado de trabalho, após a formação, é resultado de várias causas, sejam de índole inerente aos indivíduos ou de natureza exógena. Na presente revisão teórica identificam-se tanto as teorias mais utilizadas como as de carácter marginal que potencialmente podem fundamentar prescrições de decisores. Este aglomerado teorético é resultado de um subcapítulo da dissertação de Doutoramento do autor. A utilidade das teorias, brevemente descritas, encontra-se sob o veredicto e julgamento do leitor. O objectivo é meramente a partilha, de uma forma estruturada e comparativa de onze “grandes grupos” de teorias, sobre uma dezena de elementos diferentes, que recorrentemente são alvo das políticas públicas e privadas de emprego, educação e formação.

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