CEDEFOP

AcronymDefinition
CEDEFOPCentre Européen pour le Développement de la Formation Professionnelle (French: European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training)
CEDEFOPCentro Europeo para el Desarrollo de la Formación y Educación Profesional (Spanish)
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18) CEDEFOP, "Skills Supply and Demand in Europe: MediumTerm Forecast Up to 2020," 2010, pp.
20) CEDEFOP, "The Skill Matching Challenge: Analysing Skill Mismatch and Policy Implications," 2010, http://www.
The interview protocol was adapted from CEDEFOP (Descy & Tessaring 2001).
European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, CEDEFOP (2006).
2) A study from CEDEFOP (2011) concludes that labour market polarisation emerged in Europe between 1998 and 2008 mainly as a result of the macroeconomic cycle and structural changes in industries, with only a minor role played by technological change.
Stuttgart: Steiner, 2006), Baethge, as cited in the CEDEFOP paper (Cedefop panorama series, 2009: 33), identifies five level describing the feature of the competence concept:
1995), Le Financement de Ia Formation et de I' Enseignement Professionnel en France: Portrait de Financement, Thessaloniki (Pylea), CEDEFOP.
Long-term Changes in Sweden and the Netherlands, Thessaloniki (Pylea), CEDEFOP.
As CEDEFOP has pointed out, this general situation does not rule out regional, sectoral or qualification-related gaps between countries which may give opportunities for labour migration (CEDEFOP, 1998).
CEDEFOP (2006c), National VET Systems Thematic Analysis, Germany, viewed 5 November 2006, <http:///www.
The 'skill intensity' of jobs has been rising in recent years and is expected to continue to do so, as employment trends of CEDEFOP.
CEDEFOP was one of the first specialized and decentralized agencies set up by the EU to provide scientific and technical know-how in specific fields and promote exchanges of ideas between different European partners.