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School-to-Work Transition of University Graduates in Italy and Germany after the Economic Crisis of 2008: the Case of Youth Guarantee

Student: Sofya Polyakova

Supervisor: Sergey Parkhomenko

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The proposed topic of the Master thesis is “School-to-work transition of university graduates in Italy and Germany after the economic crisis of 2008: the case of Youth Guarantee”. The research questions are the following: 1) How do the different patterns of school-to-work transition in Italy and Germany after the economic crisis of 2008 explain the differences in the way European Union policies are being implemented in these countries? 2) To which extent national differences in EU education and labor policies are relevant in explaining transitions to work and employability of higher education graduates in Italy and Germany? Research goal is identifying the link between institutional characteristics of school-to-work transition regimes with focus on tertiary education graduates in Italy and Germany and the differences in the Youth Guarantee implementation.

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