Formal Education in UK Law

  • Achieving Industrial Democracy. via non formal education
    • Núm. 2-1, Enero 1980
    • Employee Relations
    • 20-24
    In this article we deal with the implications of rapid technological change for the individual at the place of work in particular, but also somewhat more generally with regard to the extension of h...
  • Education Needs as Seen by Australian Industrial Management
    • Núm. 2-1, Enero 1964
    • Journal of Educational Administration
    • 39-43
    Although our society provides a wide range of educational services, it has as yet shown little interest in the education of administrators, especially those at the higher levels. One of the few ins...
    ......In a pilot study 100 senior executives were asked to indicate their opinions on the level of formal education desirable for managers. Most favoured some education above secondary level and listed top and middle management as being most in need of ......
  • Why are Older People More Likely to Vote? The Impact of Ageing on Electoral Turnout in Europe
    • Núm. 9-1, Febrero 2007
    • British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    This article analyses the reasons for higher voting participation among older people in Europe. Over their lifetimes, citizens tend to habituate voting and comply with a growing subjective norm of ...
    ......education, ... cohort, although life experience replaces the function of formal education over a lifetime. . ......
  • Electronic libraries — visions of the future
    • Núm. 12-4, Abril 1994
    • The Electronic Library
    • 221-230
    Throughout their history, libraries have played many important roles within the context of knowledge archival, information retrieval and knowledge dissemination. Today, libraries fulfil very many t...
    ......Today, libraries fulfil very many technical, social and educational roles. Indeed, for many people 'the library' provides the only source of ducational resource after conventional formal education has ceased. This paper discusses the basic functions of library ......
  • Resource Allocation in Education
    • Núm. 9-2, Febrero 1971
    • Journal of Educational Administration
    • 135-150
    The paper is devoted to the question of how to allocate a given educational budget. Alternative avenues of expenditure on post‐secondary education are treated as investment projects and their benef...
    ......The second presents conclusions on particular aspects of the general problem of allocating resources within formal education, and is divided into four parts: the balance between private and social costs and benefits, between academic levels of education, between ......
  • The Politics of Education in Australia
    • Núm. 8-1, Enero 1970
    • Journal of Educational Administration
    • 3-16
    In Australia there is a strong and widely‐accepted belief that education and politics are, or at least should be, separate. Yet education is a thoroughly political enterprise. For the most part, fo...
    ......Yet education is a thoroughly political enterprise. For the most part, formal education is under direct government control, and it now constitutes an important area of government responsibility. Con-sequently, the education ......
  • Are the Moral and Value Foundations of Multilateralism Changing?
    • Núm. 11-3, Julio 1990
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    Referring to the national or regional level it is quite commonplace to acknowledge the existence of different types of social relations and structures, many traditional ones and some of more recent...
    ...... disciplines substantiates the view that it is longer formal education that enhances an individual’s capacity to accept ......
  • HIGH‐SKILLED MIGRATION AND THE EXERTION OF EFFORT BY THE LOCAL POPULATION
    • Núm. 56-3, Julio 2009
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    The optimal design of immigration policy is a topical issue, both in the policy debate and the economic literature. In this paper, we present empirical evidence from a firm level dataset collected ...
    ...... foreign and domestic workers are very similar in terms of their formal education (measured by specialization subject) and their job ......
  • The DMS — and the Promise of Management Education
    • Núm. 11-3, Marzo 1982
    • Personnel Review
    • 18-25
    Despite the substantial growth of formal management education programmes during the last two decades, Britain's industrial performance has declined substantially by most international comparisons. ...
    ...... DMS — and the Promise of Management Education by Stanley Lees London Graduate School of Business Studies Despite the substantial growth of formal management education programmes during the last two decades, Bri-tain's industrial performance has declined substantially by most international ......
  • Managers’ Development of Ethical Awareness and Personal Morality
    • Núm. 19-1, Enero 1990
    • Personnel Review
    • 13-20
    This article develops a research agenda, the aim of which is to cast light on how managers, during their everyday working lives, develop and change their own understandings of ethical practice. The...
    ......Formal Approaches to Moral/Ethical Development for Managers From the general ... models of moral competency training and two models of ethical education will be considered. It will be argued that one of the latter two is the ......
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