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What future for apprenticeships after coronavirus?
Guglielmo Ventura
July 2020
Paper No' CVERBRF012:
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Tags: corona virus; covid; pandemic; apprenticeship
CVER Research Paper
Where versus What: College Value-Added and Returns to Field of Study in Further Education
Esteban Aucejo, Claudia Hupkau and Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela June 2020
Paper No' CVERDP030:
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Tags: value-added; returns to education; returns to college; field of study; further education; vocational education and training
CVER Research Paper
Gender and Socio-Economic Differences in STEM Uptake and Attainment
Emily McDool and Damon Morris
March 2020
Paper No' CVERDP029:
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Tags: vocational education; stem; gender
CVER Research Paper
The long-term impact of improving non-cognitive skills of adolescents: Evidence from an English remediation programme
Vahé Nafilyan, Stefan Speckesser and Augustin de Coulon March 2020
Paper No' CVERDP028:
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CVER Research Paper
Employee Training and Firm Performance:Quasi-experimental evidence from the European Social Fund
Pedro Martins
March 2020
Paper No' CVERDP027:
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Tags: training subsidies; productivity; counterfactual evaluation
CVER Research Paper
Post-Compulsory Education Pathways and Labour Market Outcomes
Andy Dickerson, Emily McDool and Damon Morris
February 2020
Paper No' CVERDP026:
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Tags: gcse; labour; outcomes; he; neet
CVER Briefing Note
Exploring trends in apprenticeship training around the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy: emerging evidence using a matched apprentice-employer dataset
Alice Battiston, Gavan Conlon, Gavan Conlon, Andy Dickerson, Steven McIntosh and Pietro Patrignani January 2020
Paper No' CVERBRF011:
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Tags: apprenticeship; apprenticeship levy
CVER Research Paper
Peer Effects and Social Influence in Post-16 Educational Choice
Alice Battiston, Sophie Hedges, Thomas Lazarowicz and Stefan Speckesser January 2020
Paper No' CVERDP025:
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Tags: peer effects; instrumental variables; educational choice; heterogeneous effects
CVER Briefing Note
Inequality in education and labour market participation of young people across English localities:An exploration based on Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data
Janine Boshoff, Jamie Moore and Stefan Speckesser November 2019
Paper No' CVERBRF010:
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Tags: education; employment or training; inequality; england; small geographies
CVER Research Paper
BTECs, higher education and labour market outcomes using the Longitudinal Education Outcome (LEO) dataset
Alice Battiston, Gavan Conlon and Pietro Patrignani October 2019
Paper No' CVERDP024:
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Friday 27 September 2019

CVER Blog: Is there a socio-economic gap in studentsí academic match?

Young people from less well-off backgrounds are more likely to pursue lower ranked upper-secondary qualifications than their prior attainment would suggest that they can achieve.
Recent research from Konstantina Maragkou (University of Sheffield and CVER) examines whether socio-economic inequalities exist in the academic match of students in upper-secondary education.

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Socio-economic inequality and academic match among post-compulsory education participants

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