WIFO Gate
Focus on CEEC / ECER VETNET Proceedings
 ECER VETNET papers related to CEEC

Papers related to Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC), presented 
at the annual European Conference on Educational Research (ECER
as part of the programme of the Research Network on Vocational Education and Training (VETNET
Source: Annual VETNET programme at ECER

[1998]  [1999]  [2000]  [2001]  [2002]  [2003]  [2004]  [2005

The web locations indicated below refer to the following servers: British Education Index (BEI), VETNET home page and WIFO Gateway 


1998 [Top of the page

Annus, T.; Baumgartl, B.; Trbanc, M.. Do VET scenarios make sense in Central and Eastern Europe? Paper > Proceedings 1998 (printed edition).

1999[Top of the page

Karagüven, M Hülja Ünal. The relationships between work accident, educational background and stress levels of textile workers (Turkey). Abstract + Paper > BEI:Education-line.

Stenström, Marja-Leena. Reflections on reforms of vocational education in some European countries: Leonardo da Vinci Project 'Sharpening post-16 strategies by orizontal and vertical Networking' (SPES-NET) (incl. Estonia, Hungary). Abstract + Paper > BEI:Education-line.

2000 [Top of the page

Manning, Sabine. What can we learn from dually oriented qualifications? Lessons drawn by the LEONARDO partnership DUOQUAL (incl. Czech Republic). Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2000

Stenström, Marja-Leena; Lasonen, Johanna. European strategies for reforming initial vocational education (incl. Estonia, Hungary). Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2000.

Vicenik, Petr & Virolainen, Maarit. Factors influencing changes in the scope of individual VET qualifications: comparison between Finland and the Czech Republic. Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2000.

2001[Top of the page

Loogma, Krista; Joons, Sofia; Vilu, Raivo. From normatively constructed identity to new identities in the contexts of 'double' transition processes: The case of Estonia. Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2001.

Unluhisarcikli, Ozlem. Apprenticeship and vocational skill acquisition in small workshops in Istanbul, Turkey. Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2001.

2002 [Top of the page

Benke, Magdolna. Access to learning in Hungary. Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2002.

Chirlesan, Dimitriu; Konrad, John; Powell, Loraine. Towards a common European model for APEL (Romania). Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2002.

Juceviciene, Palmira. Learning organisation in a pre-accession country: Vision or reality? (Lithuania). Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2002.

Voicu, Liliana; Plugarescu, Nela. Adult vocational training in Romania - explorative study. Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2002.

2003 [Top of the page

Benke, Magdolna. The role of the social partners in vocational education and training: Experiences of some EU countries – lessons for Hungary. Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2003.

Festová, Jeny. Labour market success of secondary VET school leavers in the Czech Republic: Agreement of acquired education with performed job . Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2003.

Görgenyi Modla, Ildiko. Standardisation and quality development in the Hungarian vocational training. Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2003.

Hozjan, Dejan. Determinants of forming a professional identity (Slovenia). Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2003.

Jerzberova, Romana. Investigation of demands on self-evaluation methods in the Czech Republic. Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2003.

K Loogma, K.; Ümarik, M.; Vilu, R.. Construction of work identities in the IT sector (Estonia). Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2003.

Lepaite, Daiva. Transferable competences for the knowledge-driven economy: issues in a curriculum for higher education (Lithuania). Abstract + Paper > BEI:Education-line.

Shepherd, Jan. Overcoming barriers to employment for the over 50s in Europe (incl. Poland). Abstract + Paper > WIFO: ECER 2003.

Voicu, Liliana. Self-evaluation in Romania. Abstract > Education Conference Programmes: 2003.

2004[Top of the page

Benke, Magdolna. The regional dimension of education and training in Hungary. Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2004.

Benke, Magdolna. Towards the learning society - Hungary. Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2004.

Görgenyi Modla, Ildiko . Standardisation and quality development in the Hungarian vocational training . Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2004.

Kofronova, Olga. Modern job profiles in the automobile industry: Finding from an empirical investigation on job requirements of the ‘car-mechatronic’ in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2004.

Lepaite, Daiva. System of competence development in the framework of vocational qualifications: Case in the field of mechatronics (Lithuania). Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2004.

Loogma, Krista. VET system and the context of tTransition: Some systemic and structural problems of VET in Estonia. Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2004.

Urboniene, Aiste; Leliugiene, Irena. Training of social workers as empowerment to reduce social exclusion in the community (Lithuania). Abstract + Paper > BEI:Education-line.

Zydziunaite, Vilma. Evaluative content analysis of the curriculum of vocational education with the view to the development of teamwork competencies (Lithuania). Abstract + Paper > BEI:Education-line.

2005[Top of the page

Benke, Magdolna. Education and knowledge economies: An opportunity for the declining sub-regions of Hungary. Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2005.

Juceviciene, Palmira. The peculiarities of the learning partnership networks inside the company (Lithuania). Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2005.

Jucevicius, Robertas. Socio-economic intelligence as an organizational competence (Lithuania). Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2005.

Loogma, Krista. Practice-oriented assessment models in Estonia: The cases from health care and IT sectors. Abstract > VETNET: ECER 2005.

Manning, Sabine. European network activities of VET and HRD: Involvement of CEEC researchers. Paper > WIFO: ECER 2005.

Vicenik, Petr. New member states and an Overview of their activities in VET and HRD research as presented in the Cedefop European Research Overview (ERO). Abstract + Paper > VETNET: ECER 2005.

Zydziunaite, Vilma. Qualitative diagnostics of professional identity development in vocational education and training: Congruences and disconnections (Lithuania). Abstract + Paper > BEI:Education-line.

Top of the page
Set up: 22/11/2005
  Update: 30/11/2005
Contact: Sabine Manning
 © WIFO