This book presents and discusses an indicator suitable to measure in extreme synthesis the benefits and the problems brought by experiences of Erasmus+ VET mobility, that is the mobility students and apprentices carry out in organisations abroad.
The data to feed the indicator have been collected at the mobility players (participants, schools and training centres, companies) from four EU countries involved in the Erasmus+ KA2 ROI-MOB project: Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
The analysis shows that mobility processes are measurable and that all players gain from international mobility, not only participants and sending or receiving organisations. In fact, also the sending and the hosting countries, the labour market and the EU as an institution accrue their relevance to the eyes of all mobility players, in the medium as well as in the long term.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Luigi Fabbris is a senior scholar at the Statistics Department, the University of Padua, Italy. He authored or co-authored several books and papers on social statistics and on issues related to the transition from higher education to labour.
Luca Boetti is head of the European projects Unit at I.F.O.A.-Istituto Formazione Operatori Aziendali in Reggio Emilia, Italy. He managed or has been involved in several large-scale EU-funded projects on VET, mobility, skills and employment policies.
Indice e prefazione
Autori: Luigi Fabbris, Luca Boetti
Collana: Scienze statistiche
Stato: non disponibile