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Continuing Training and Career Paths: Firms at the Heart of the Challenges

La formation continue et les parcours professionnels : l’entreprise au cœur des enjeux

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Published on Monday, April 04, 2016 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

This special issue of Formation Emploiaims to provide an up-to-date overview of the issues around continuing training and to link them with individual career paths and the parts played by the economic context, by organizations and by managerial practices. Additionally, the notion of training will be re-examined in the light of the diversity of forms of learning at work and their effects on employee’s career paths or efforts at upskilling. Empirical studies based on quantitative or qualitative data, international studies or comparisons, papers on historical developments and literature reviews are all welcome. These papers might address issues that have received little if any attention in the literature, including the diversity of training provision and forms of learning; firms’ continuing training practices, employees’ career paths and the challenges both face; continuing vocational training systems and international comparative studies.

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Argument

This special issue of Formation Emploi aims to provide an up-to-date overview of the issues around continuing training and to link them with individual career paths and the parts played by the economic context, by organizations and by managerial practices. Additionally, the notion of training will be re-examined in the light of the diversity of forms of learning at work and their effects on employee’s career paths or efforts at upskilling.

Empirical studies based on quantitative or qualitative data, international studies or comparisons, papers on historical developments and literature reviews are all welcome. These papers might address issues that have received little if any attention in the literature, including the diversity of training provision and forms of learning; firms’ continuing training practices, employees’ career paths and the challenges both face; continuing vocational training systems and international comparative studies.

Topics

  • The diversity of training provision and forms of learning
  • Continuing training, organizations and career paths: what practices, what challenges ?
  • Continuing education and training systems : an international perspective

The list of topics above is not exhaustive. Authors are invited to submit their papers on the subject of ‘Firms and continuing training’ if they consider them relevant.

Submission guidelines

All articles have to conform to our editorial guidelines (11 pages maximum).

Please send them to the lead editor : š : vergnies@cereq.fr   É : 00 334.91.13.28.17 

It may be useful to contact the coordinators of the special issue beforehand: melnik@cereq.fr or the lead editor.

deadline : 2016/04/015

Coordinators

  • Ekaterina Melnik,
  • Danièle Guillemot,
  • Arnaud Dupray

Editorial Board

  • Jean-François Giret, président, sciences de l’éducation et économie de l’éducation, IREDU, univ. de Bourgogne
  • Thierry Berthet, Centre Emile Durkheim, IEP de Bordeaux
  • Hélène Buisson-Fenet, sociologue, ENS Lyon
  • Pascal Caillaud, juriste, MSH Ange Guépin, Nantes
  • Jean-Lin Chaix, sciences de gestion, univ. du Littoral
  • Patricia Champy-Remoussenard, sciences de l’éducation, univ. Lille III
  • Arnaud Dupray, économiste, Céreq
  • Christine Erhel, économiste, CEE
  • Céline Gasquet, économiste, ORM-OREF PACA
  • Philippe Lemistre, socio-économiste, CERTOP, univ. Toulouse
  • Gilles Moreau, sociologue, GRESCO, université de Poitiers
  • Robert Pierron, économiste, conseil régional d'Aquitaine
  • Emmanuel Quenson, sociologue, univ. d’Evry-Val-d’Essonne
  • José Rose, sociologue, univ. Aix-Marseille
  • Mareva Sabatier, économiste, univ. de Savoie
  • Emmanuel Sulzer, sociologue, CEREQ
  • Philippe Trouvé, sciences de gestion et sociologie, CEREQ
  • Josiane Vero, économiste, CEREQ
  • Christine Vidal-Gomel, psychologue, univ. Paris VIII

Date(s)

  • Friday, April 15, 2016

Keywords

  • formation continue, parcour professionnel, entreprise, organisation

Contact(s)

  • jean-frédéric vergnies
    courriel : vergnies [at] cereq [dot] fr

Information source

  • jean-frédéric vergnies
    courriel : vergnies [at] cereq [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Continuing Training and Career Paths: Firms at the Heart of the Challenges », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, April 04, 2016, https://calenda.org/362062

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