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Skill Mismatch of Graduates in a Local Labour Market

Enrico Marelli, Dario Sciulli () and Marcello Signorelli ()

Economy of region, 2014, vol. 1, issue 2, 181 - 194

Abstract: In this paper we first review the (potential and actual) role of the Universities for the local economies in which they operate, especially considering the implications deriving from the degree of skill mismatch (over-education) in a local labour market. Then, in the second part of the paper, we realise an empirical investigation based on administrative information of an Italian University matched with the data of the job centres of the local (provincial) labour market in order to reconstruct the characteristics of the university-to-work transitions of graduates. Our results have important policy implications, since for local development it is crucial, among other things, to make the best use of all human resources and especially those with the highest educational level.

Keywords: Local labour market; human capital; skill mismatch; over-education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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