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李玉珠   社会科学文献出版社  2018-07 出版
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本书从政治经济学的角度对德国、美国、新加坡、中国四个国家的技能形成制度的演化历程、利益冲突、制度构成进行了分析,并加以比较,从比较中分析各个技能形成制度的优势及优势形成与维持所需的制度保障;通过与其他国家相比,发现我国技能形成制度的劣势及所需完善的制度保障;最后从政治经济学的角度提出构建我国技能形成制度的政策建议。
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  • 第一章 技能形成制度的理论分析
    1. 第一节 技能形成的内涵
    2. 第二节 技能形成的理论发展与研究范畴
    3. 第三节 技能形成制度的分析框架
  • 第二章 德国社会合作式技能形成制度分析
    1. 第一节 德国技能形成制度演化历程
    2. 第二节 德国技能形成制度变迁中的利益冲突与协调
    3. 第三节 德国技能形成制度的制度构成
  • 第三章 新加坡国家主导式技能形成制度分析
    1. 第一节 新加坡技能形成制度演化历程
    2. 第二节 新加坡技能形成制度变迁中的利益冲突与平衡
    3. 第三节 新加坡技能形成制度的制度构成
  • 第四章 美国技能替代式技能形成制度分析
    1. 第一节 美国技能形成制度演化历程
    2. 第二节 美国技能形成制度变迁中的利益冲突
    3. 第三节 美国技能形成制度的制度构成
  • 第五章 转型中的中国技能形成制度分析
    1. 第一节 中国技能形成制度演化历程
    2. 第二节 中国技能形成制度变迁中的利益冲突与平衡
    3. 第三节 中国技能形成制度的制度构成
  • 第六章 技能形成制度的比较
    1. 第一节 高技能形成模式的共性与差异
    2. 第二节 高技能形成模式与技能替代模式的差异与共性
    3. 第三节 我国与不同技能形成制度模式之间的共性与差异
  • 第七章 结论与建议
    1. 第一节 结论
    2. 第二节 建议
    3. 第三节 未尽之处
  • 后记
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