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|Author/s:||Kim, Young-Saing; Chung, Ji-Sun; Lee, Sang-Don; Lim, Young-Sub; Ryu, Ki-Rak|
|Published:||2010 in Seoul, Republic of Korea|
This comparison of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) policy in eight Asian countries begins by examining the demographics and social, cultural and political contexts of each country. Employment and the labour market, including migration and skills supply and demand, is then described. The TVET system for each country is examined in various ways, including by target group, structure, governance and financing. Each country section concludes with an examination of trends and needs and future plans.