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Title: Transnational Learning Processes
European and Nordic Experiences in the Employment Field
Author: Nedergaard, Peter
Abstract: This paper analyses and compares the transnational learning processes in the employment field in the European Union and among the Nordic countries. Based theoretically on a social constructivist model of learning and methodologically on a questionnaire distributed to the relevant participants, a number of hypotheses concerning transnational learning processes are tested. The paper closes with a number of suggestions regarding an optimal institutional setting for facilitating transnational learning processes. Key words: Transnational learning, Open Method of Coordination, Learning, Employment, European Employment Strategy, European Union, Nordic countries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/7382
Date: 2005-03-22
Notes: Paper for the EUSA Ninth Biennial International Conference March 31 – April 2, 2005, in Austin, Texas (panel 06B)

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