Apprenticeship training and productivity growth: a case study of the Australian construction industry
W Chancellor and
Malcolm Abbott ()
Australian Bulletin of Labour, 2015, vol. 41, issue 1, 1-15
This article explores the effect of apprenticeship training on productivity in the Australian construction industry. Using state-level data, the correlation between the level of training and productivity is analysed. The results are then used to build on anecdotal evidence to suggest a firm, pre-existing, positive relationship between training and productivity. In addition, the level of apprenticeship training in Australia is related to the composition and general characteristics of the Australian construction industry.
Keywords: Labour studies; Education and training; Construction industry (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Note: Chancellor, W. and Abbott, M., 2015. Apprenticeship training and productivity growth: a case study of the Australian construction industry. Australian Bulletin of Labour, Vol.41 No. 1, pp.1-15
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