Competencies as the key to the development of Poland (EN)
Autor: Jarosław Górniak

We have the pleasure to deliver the second of the Study of Human Capital in Poland (BKL) reports. Prepared on the grounds of the results of the largest study of the labour market conducted in Central and Eastern Europe as part of the Study of Human Capital in Poland research project. The analyses presented in this publication were based on the results of studies conducted in the first half of 2011 among employers, general population, and training institutions. The object of the studies were also the job offers and courses offered at institutions of higher education and schools above the lower secondary level. All this to present you with a complex picture of the situation in the Polish labour market, and to present a Poland-unique balance of competency demand and supply.


Spis treści

PART I
STUDY OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN POLAND – KEY CONCLUSIONS FROM THE SECOND ROUND OF THE STUDY
Employee needs vs. availability of labour resources. An attempt at a balance
Impact of the level of education on occupational career
Adult learning and development of human capital: actors, strategies, determinants and barriers
Upper secondary and higher schools at the time of the demographic low
Methodological appendix

PART II
HUMAN CAPITAL AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLAND: KEY CHALLENGES
Educational policy – quality of education and competitive market of education vs. the needs of innovative economy and civic society
Policy of the labour market and educational policy – improving competencies and qualifications as an active instrument of the labour market 
The need to provide skilled employees
Conclusions: Reconstruction of labour market policy and educational policy – towards evidence-based policy

Rok wydania: 2012ISBN: 978–83–7633–109–6Rodzaj: Report
Wydawca: Polish Agency for Enterprise Development Tematyka: Human Capital
Data publikacji: 03.07.2012 15:32Data wytworzenia: 03.07.2012 15:32Data modyfikacji: 24.01.2017 15:39
Modyfikujący: Paweł SkoweraUdostępniający: Paweł SkoweraAutor dokumentu: Paweł Skowera