This paper analyses and compares the transnational learning processes in the employment field in the European Union and among the Nordic countries. Based theoretically on a social constructivist model of learning and methodologically on a questionnaire distributed to the relevant participants, a number of hypotheses concerning transnational learning processes are tested. The paper closes with a number of suggestions regarding an optimal institutional setting for facilitating transnational learning processes.Key words: Transnational learning, Open Method of Coordination, Learning, Employment, European Employment Strategy, European Union, Nordic countries.
|Udgiver||Department of Business and Politics. Copenhagen Business School|
|Status||Udgivet - 2005|
- Nordisk Råd
- Organisatorisk læring