Year 2020, Volume 28 , Issue 45, Pages 49 - 61 2020-07-30

The Performance of Education System in Different Welfare Regimes in School to Work Transitions: Denmark, France, Spain, Greece, and Turkey
Farklı Refah Devleti Modellerinde Eğitim Sisteminin Okuldan İş Piyasasına Geçişteki Performansı: Danimarka, Fransa, İspanya, Yunanistan ve Türkiye

Çetin ÇELİK [1]


School systems and their links with the labor market play an important role in students’ success or failure and, consequently, facilitate (or not) their later access to the labor market. This article presents a comparison of the effects of different welfare regimes on school to work transitions. By drawing on an intense desk study and secondary analysis, the article examines five countries with different welfare regime types and reveals how they shape schooling and school to work transitions, particularly for disadvantaged groups. These countries are Denmark (universalistic regime), France (employment- centered regime), Spain, Greece, and Turkey (sub-protective regime). The article also addresses potential policy transfers in the findings.

Eğitim sistemleri ve eğitim sistemleri ile iş piyasası arasındaki bağlar öğrencilerin akademik başarısına ve okul sonrası iş piyasasına nasıl entegre olacaklarına hayati şekilde etki etmektedir. Yoğun ve karşılaştırmalı bir literatür çalışmasına ve ikincil kaynakların analizine dayanarak, bu makale farklı refah devleti modellerine sahip beş ülkeye odaklanmakta, bu modellerin okul sistemlerini ve okuldan iş piyasasına geçişi nasıl etkilediğini incelemektedir. Bu ülkeler sırasıyla evrenselci modele sahip Danimarka, istihdam merkezli modele sahip Fransa ve Güney Avrupa 1 modeline sahip İspanya, Yunanistan ve Türkiye’dir. Makale bu ülkelerin içinde bulundukları refah devleti modellerinin okullaşma ve okuldan iş piyasasına geçiş sürecini özellikle dezavantajlı gruplar açısından incelemekte ve muhtemel politika aktarımlarını tartışmaktadır.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-2992-4787
Author: Çetin ÇELİK (Primary Author)
Institution: KOC UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Supporting Institution European Union
Project Number 613256
Dates

Publication Date : July 30, 2020

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APA Çeli̇k, Ç . (2020). The Performance of Education System in Different Welfare Regimes in School to Work Transitions: Denmark, France, Spain, Greece, and Turkey . Sosyoekonomi , 28 (45) , 49-61 . DOI: 10.17233/sosyoekonomi.2020.03.04
MLA Çeli̇k, Ç . "The Performance of Education System in Different Welfare Regimes in School to Work Transitions: Denmark, France, Spain, Greece, and Turkey" . Sosyoekonomi 28 (2020 ): 49-61 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/sosyoekonomi/issue/56258/592143>
Chicago Çeli̇k, Ç . "The Performance of Education System in Different Welfare Regimes in School to Work Transitions: Denmark, France, Spain, Greece, and Turkey". Sosyoekonomi 28 (2020 ): 49-61
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AMA Çeli̇k Ç . The Performance of Education System in Different Welfare Regimes in School to Work Transitions: Denmark, France, Spain, Greece, and Turkey. Sosyoekonomi. 2020; 28(45): 49-61.
Vancouver Çeli̇k Ç . The Performance of Education System in Different Welfare Regimes in School to Work Transitions: Denmark, France, Spain, Greece, and Turkey. Sosyoekonomi. 2020; 28(45): 49-61.