Working paper
Analysing the Employability of Business and Administration Study Programs in Portugal
Aurora Galego (Galego, A.); Margarida Saraiva (Saraiva, M.);
Título Documento
CEFAGE-UE Working Paper 2010/07
Ano
2010
Língua
Inglês
País
Portugal
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Abstract/Resumo
This paper presents an analysis on the higher education graduates' employability in the field of Business and Administration in Portugal. Using econometric techniques, we consider the impact of several variables in the unemployment "propensity" of the pair study program/institution. The results show that there are important differences between public and private institutions, between study programs of great and small size, between the several fields of graduation within Business and Administration as well as regional differences.
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Palavras-chave
Graduates; Business and Administration Science; Employability; Higher Education; Fractional Models