The study is coordinated and funded by Cedefop and realized by a Consortium composed, as well as from Inapp, by other three partners:

Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (FGB) is a private and not-for-profit foundation with a mission to improve the operation of public services and to create social impact by conducting research and applying this to the development of evidence-based policy. Skills policies are among FGB’s core programme areas. FGB’s research focuses on understanding the institutional and behavioural factors which affect these policies and the impact of technological change.

Céreq is a public establishment under the dual supervision of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Professional Integration.

As a public centre of expertise in the field of the training-employment relationship, Céreq’s mission is to improve knowledge and understanding of the links between training, work and employment, to inform those involved in training and work by drawing lessons from studies and research, and to support and equip professionals in setting up evaluation or observation systems.

Created in 1971 by a team of economists from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Dijon, IREDU is a centre of excellence in the field of economics. In the Burgundy region, the Institut de Recherche sur l’Education: Sociologie et Economie de l’Education (IREDU) was recognised as an associated unit of the CNRS in 1974. In 1975, it also became an associated centre of the Céreq (pluriannual association agreements). Since then, research has focused on inequalities in training pathways and on training-employment links, based particularly on research conducted in educational economics of education, sociology of education and educational studies.

For Inapp the project coordinator is Roberto Angotti.

The working group is composed of:

Manuela Amendola

Bruno Baglioni

Giovanna Di Castro

Michela Volpi

Claudio Vitali