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Dr Phillip McKenzie

1999

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Longitudinal Surveys Of Young People: What Can They Provide, And How Do Australia's Data Compare With Other International Studies?, Phil Mckenzie Nov 1999

Longitudinal Surveys Of Young People: What Can They Provide, And How Do Australia's Data Compare With Other International Studies?, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

This paper discusses the distinctive nature of longitudinal data and the types of policy and research questions they can address. The paper provides an overview of the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) program, and how it compares with longitudinal surveys in other OECD countries. The LSAY program, which is operated by ACER with support from DETYA and all school authorities in Australia, has now accumulated 20 years of data on cohorts of young Australians as they move through education and training and into the labour market. The LSAY surveys probably collect more extensive information on young Australians' educational and ...


Measuring And Reporting Intellectual Capital, Looking Ahead: An Enterprise Information And Self-Evaluation Kit, Frances Ferrier, Phil Mckenzie May 1999

Measuring And Reporting Intellectual Capital, Looking Ahead: An Enterprise Information And Self-Evaluation Kit, Frances Ferrier, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.


How To Stimulate Investment By Individuals And Enterprises In Lifelong Learning, Phil Mckenzie Apr 1999

How To Stimulate Investment By Individuals And Enterprises In Lifelong Learning, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

The issue of 'lifelong' learning has become an important issue in educational policy in state and national levels. At the international level, lifelong learning has been adopted as a key issue of the European Union and the OECD and UNESCO. This paper focuses on one key of the policy agenda: how to pay for lifelong learning. The paper opens with a discussion of the concept of lifelong learning, the costs associated with lifelong learning and how individuals and organisations can be stimulated by government initiatives to invest in lifelong learning.


What Differences Does A Research Centre Make?, Phil Mckenzie Jan 1999

What Differences Does A Research Centre Make?, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

Have key research centres brought about a significant change in the quality, quantity and impact of vocational education and training research in their particular fields? This article offers a personal response to this question through the authors experience with the Monash University-ACER Centre for the Economics of Education and Training (CEET). It reflects on the ways in which the organisation's structure as a research centre enables a different way of doing vocational education and training research than individual researchers loosely linked together and on the processes of concentration and focus which lead to research of higher quality and greater ...


Research On The Economics Of Vet: The Ceet Research Programs, Phil Mckenzie Jan 1999

Research On The Economics Of Vet: The Ceet Research Programs, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

The paper outlines the broad framework and key themes of the 1999 research program of the Australian National Training Authority funded Monash University-ACER Centre for the Economics of Education and Training. Key research and policy issues concerning the economics of vocational education and training are identified and their implications discussed.


Country Note: Japan: Report To The Japanese Government And The Oecd Arising From The Transition Review Visit, October 1998, Phil Mckenzie, David Raffe, Arvo Jappinen, Chon Sun Ihm Dec 1998

Country Note: Japan: Report To The Japanese Government And The Oecd Arising From The Transition Review Visit, October 1998, Phil Mckenzie, David Raffe, Arvo Jappinen, Chon Sun Ihm

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.


The Influence Of School Factors, John Ainley, Phil Mckenzie Dec 1998

The Influence Of School Factors, John Ainley, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.