Effects of a Lack of Coordination in the Cambodian Education Sector
Around 73 percent of employers said that university graduates do not possess the right kind of skills for work and a similar view was held by 62 percent of employers about vocational training graduates. These figures are the striking results of a survey conducted among employers in 2011 by a private consulting […]
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Should we still believe the IMF?
Since the end of the 1970s, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank have advised developing countries to adopt pro-growth policies, supposed to be a vector for jobs and well-being. But in many cases, these reforms have led to growth without jobs. The English economist John Williamson named […]