International briefing 31: training and development in Mexico
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This paper examines training policies in Mexico. We present the main characteristics of Mexico's educational and training systems, examining both public and private policies, and analyse how they impact on productivity and development. We highlight Mexican efforts overall in promoting education and training and conclude that greater levels of investment are required to boost skills and productivity. In short, both the level of education of the active population and the percentage of trained employees need to be increased.
CitationBarrera, A.; Llinas-Audet, Xavier; Escardíbul, J. International briefing 31: training and development in Mexico. "International journal of training and development", Desembre 2013, vol. 17, núm. 4, p. 310-320.