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Annus, T.; Baumgartl, B.; Trbanc, M. 1998. Do VET scenarios make sense in Central and Eastern Europe?. In Mulder, Martin (ed.). European vocational education and training research. Proceedings of the VETNET program at the ECER conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 17-20 September 1998, pp. 9-22.
Attwell, Graham. 1998. New forms of education of professionals in vocational education and training (EUROPROF). In Dietzen, Agnes; Kuhn, Michael (eds.). Building a European co-operative research tradition in vocational education and training. Berlin, Bonn: Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung, pp. 69-85. 
Attwell, Graham; Brown, Alan. 1998. Cross cutting themes in the education of VET professionals. In Mulder, Martin (ed.). European vocational education and training research. Proceedings of the VETNET program at the ECER conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 17-20 September 1998, pp. 151-158. 
Attwell, Graham; Hughes, Jenny. 2001a. Collaborative and Comparative Approaches to Researching VET. In Forum for Research in Education and Training/ theKnowNet. Resources bases [Internet]. 
B> http://www.theknownet.com/xml/forum_front/default.html
Attwell, Graham; Hughes, Jenny. 2001b. What is the meaning of "transnational" in the context of VET research? Reflections based on the EUROPROF Project. In Forum for Research in Education and Training/ theKnowNet. Resources bases [Internet]. 
B> http://www.theknownet.com/xml/forum_front/default.html
Beard, J.D.; Rymer, J. 1990. The contexts of collaborative writing. In The Bulletin of the Association of Business Communication. LIII (2), pp. 1-3. 
Brewster, Chris; Tregaskis, Olga; Hegewish, Ariane; Mayne, Leslie. 1996. Comparative research in human resource management: A review and an example. In The International Journal of Human Resource Management. Vol. 7, No 3, pp. 585-603.
B> http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/09585192.html
Brown, Alan; Behrens, Martina. 1994. Comparative analysis of flexibility in vocational education and training: Engineering and insurance in England and Germany. In Nijhof, W.J.; Streumer, J.N. (eds.). Flexibility in training and vocational education. Utrecht: LEMMA, pp. 171-184. 
Cunningham, Barton J. 1997. Case study principles for different types of cases. In Quality and Quantity. Vol. 31, pp. 401-423.
Duin, A.H. 1990. Terms and tools: A theory and research-based approach to collaborative writing. In The Bulletin of the Association of Business Communication. LIII (2), pp. 45-50. 
Durand-Drouhin, Marianne. 1999. Thematic review of the transition from initial education to working life. Working paper for the Second international congress on technical and vocational education; UNESCO, IIEP; Seoul, 26-30 April 1999. 
Durand-Drouhin, Marianne; McKenzie, Phillip; Sweet, Richard. 1998. Opening pathways from education to work. In The OECD Observer. No 214, October/November 1998. 
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C> http://www.oecd.org/
Flower, L. 1994. The construction of negotiated meaning: A social cognitive theory of writing. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press. 0. 
Folguera, Conxita; Trullen, Jordi. 2000. Some preliminary results of the project ‚Small business training and competitiveness: Building case studies in different European cultural contexts‘. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 3, No 3, pp. 385-395. 
B> http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/hrdi/
Hannan, Damian. 2001. The effect of national institutional differences on education/training to work transitions in Europe: a comparative research project (CATEWE) under the TSER programme. In Descy, Pascaline; Tessaring, Manfred (eds.). Training in Europe. Second report on vocational training research in Europe 2000: Background report. Cedefop Reference series (3 volumes). Luxembourg: EUR-OP. 
B> http://www2.trainingvillage.gr/etv/publication/systeme.asp
C> http://www.trainingvillage.gr
Heidegger, Gerald. 1997. Key considerations in the education of vocational education and training professionals. In Brown, Alan (ed.). Promoting vocational education and training: European perspectives. Tampere: Tampere yliopiston (Ammattikasvatussarja 17), pp. 13-24. 
Heidegger, Gerald. 2000. Future trends in European vocational education. In Stenström, Marja-Leena; Lasonen, Johanna (eds.). Strategies for reforming initial vocational education and training in Europe. Jyväskylä: Institute for Educational Research. University of Jyväskylä, pp 266-279. 
Heikkinen, Anja. 1997. A comparative view on European VET professionalism: Finnish perspectives . In Brown, Alan (ed.). Promoting vocational education and training: European perspectives. Tampere: Tampere yliopiston (Ammattikasvatussarja 17), pp. 123-132. 
Heikkinen, Anja; Korsnes, O.; Sakslind, R. (eds.). 2000. Economic, social and political embeddedness of vocational education: Historical and and cultural perspectives. University of Bergen (Anja‘s homepage: forthcoming).
Husén, T.; Postlethwaite, T.N.; Clark, B.R.; Neave, G. (eds.). 1998. Education: The Complete Encyclopedia (CD-ROM). Pergamon ISBN: 0-08-042979-3 . 0. 
Kämäräinen, Pekka. 1998. Towards a European research culture: Lessons from project histories of transnational research co-operation projects. In Dietzen, Agnes; Kuhn, Michael (eds.). Building a European co-operative research tradition in vocational education and training. Berlin, Bonn: Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung, pp.53-68. 
Kämäräinen, Pekka. 1999a. The role of ‚accompanying research‘ within initiatives for VET development: Reflections on national and European development. In Lasonen, Johanna et al. (eds.). Conference Proceedings: ECER 99 Conference: EERA Network 2 programme; VETNET and AHRD; Lahti, Finland, 22-25 September 1999. Jyväskylä: Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä, pp. 185-198 [parallel Internet version by British Education Index; Education-line: Electronic texts in education and training]. 
B> http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/000001187.htm
Kämäräinen, Pekka; Streumer, J. N. 1998. Curriculum development, new learning environments and transfer of innovations in Europe. In Tessaring, Manfred (ed.). Vocational education and training: The European research field. Background report, Vol.II. CEDEFOP, Luxembourg: EUR-OP, pp. 155-182. 
B> http://www.trainingvillage.gr/etv/Projects_Networks/ResearchLab/
C> http://www.trainingvillage.gr/etv/main.asp
Keeves, J.P.; Adams, D. 1994. Comparative methodology in education. In: Husén, T.; Postlethwaite, T.N. (eds.). The International Encyclopedia of Education. Second Edition. Oxford: Pergamon Press, pp. 948-958. 
Kelleher, Michael; Heijst, Gertjan van; Kruizinga, Eelco; Haldane, Andrew; Wal, Caroline van der. 2001. Kalif: To share is to multiply. Utrecht: CIBIT; Abersychan: Learning Futures Ltd. 0. 
B> http://www.lti-portal.org
Kuhn, Michael. 1998. Towards a multicultural vocational education and training research tradition in Europe. In Dietzen, Agnes; Kuhn, Michael (eds.). Building a European co-operative research tradition in vocational education and training. Berlin, Bonn: Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung, pp. 111-120. 
Lasonen, Johanna; Manning, Sabine. 2000b. Transnational comparisons of parity of esteem between vocational and general education. In International Journal of Vocational Education and Training. Vol. 34, No 2, pp. 7-22. 
Lasonen, Johanna; Manning, Sabine. 2001. How to improve the standing of vocational compared to general education. A collaborative investigation of strategies and qualifications across Europe. In Descy, Pascaline; Tessaring, Manfred (eds.). Training in Europe. Second report on vocational training research in Europe 2000: Background report. Cedefop Reference series (3 volumes). Luxembourg: EUR-OP. 
B> http://www2.trainingvillage.gr/etv/publication/systeme.asp
C> http://www.trainingvillage.gr
Lauterbach, Uwe; Ness, Harry. 1999. Doppelqualifikation: Mehr Möglichkeiten beruflicher Mobilität: Zum Forschungsdesign einer systemspezifischen Vergleichsstudie. In Leonardo da Vinci pilot. Thema: Erhebungen und Analysen. No 6. Berlin: BIBB, pp. 17-21. 
Lauterbach, Uwe; Sellin, Burkart (eds.). 2001. Comparative Vocational Education and Training Research in Europe: Balance and Perspectives. CEDEFOP, Luxembourg: EUR-OP. 0. 
B> http://www2.trainingvillage.gr/etv/publication/systeme.asp
Marvakis, Athanasios . 1997. Vergleichende Erziehungswissenschaft im Übergang. Vom "Ausland als Argument" zur Kooperation mit "ihm": Eine Skizze. Tertium Comparationis. Vol. 3, No 1. 
Neugart, Michael; Schömann, Klaus. 2002. Employment outlooks: Why forecast the labour market and form whom? Berlin: WZB (Discussion Paper FS I 02-206).
Neugart, Michael; Schömann, Klaus (eds.). 2002a. Forecasting labour markets in OECD countries: Measuring and tackling mismatches. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Nijhof, Wim J. 1999. Flexibility, mobility and transferability as targets of vocational education: Cornerstones in COST Action 11. In Lifelong Learning in Europe. No 2, pp. 93-99. 
Nyhan, Barry. 1998. Promoting a European vocational education and training research tradition: The role of the survey and analysis measure of the Leonardo da Vinci programme. In Dietzen, Agnes; Kuhn, Michael (eds.). Building a European co-operative research tradition in vocational education and training. Berlin, Bonn: Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung, pp. 19-42. 
Paulston, R.G. 1994. Comparative and international education: Paradigms and theories. In: Husén, T.; Postlethwaite, T.N. (eds.). The International Encyclopedia of Education. Second Edition. Oxford: Pergamon Press, pp. 923-933. 
Postlethwaite, T. Neville. 1995. International Empirical Research in Comparative Education. An Example of the Studies of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). Tertium Comparationis. Vol. 1, No 1. 
Raffe, David. 2001. The social construction of cross-national transition research: The network on Transitions in Youth. Edinburgh: CES, University of Edinburgh. Forthcoming in Éducation et Sociétés. Special issue: Entre éducation et travail: Les acteurs de l‘insertion. 
Sellin, Burkhart; Grollmann, Philipp. 1999. The state of European vocational training research, its functions and its problems. In European Journal of Vocational Training. No 17, pp. 71-76. 
B> http://www.trainingvillage.gr/etv/editorial/edcomm.asp
C> http://www.trainingvillage.gr/etv/main.asp.
Sultana, Ronald G. (2001 received). Reforming vocational curricula: VET, globalisation and the new economy in a North-South Perspective. University of Malta. 0. 
West, Anne. 2001. Comparing education systems: Debates and methodological issues (English title). In Lallement, M. & Spurk, J. (eds) Stratégies des Comparaisons Internationales (forthcoming). 

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A = this web address provides the Document itself; 
B = this web address represents a general resource (e.g. conference proceedings) including the Document; 
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