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Active labor market policy in Bulgaria and participation of the population aged 25-64 in education and training

Margarita Atanassova and Elka Dimitrova

Economic Thought journal, 2018, issue 3, 3-18, 19-32

Abstract: À variety of perspectives for the in-depth study and systematization of trainings within the framework of the Active Labor Market Policy (ALMP) are presented, including formal and non-formal trainings, emphasizing their role as a component in the leading progress indicator in the implementation of the National Strategy for Lifelong Learning (NSLLL) 2014-2020 – “the participation of the population aged 25-64 in education and training”. Proposals for improving the methodical approach for systematizing the formal and non-formal trainings conducted within the framework of the ALMP were formulated as a basis for improving the methodological approach of the reporting system of the Annual Review of the Employment Agency and the Annual Report on the Implementation of the National Strategy for Life Long Learning 2014-2020. This creates a prerequisite for improving the links and interaction between the institutions involved in the ALMP and for ensuring the synergy of their efforts and activities.

JEL-codes: J48 J21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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