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McQuaid, R. W. (2011). Inter-agency co-operation, partnerships and employability services: a review of evidence from 15 countries
McQuaid, R. W. (2009). Employability of Older People
[A Scottish demographic study concerning employability of older people in an aging population.]
McQuaid, R. W., & Bergmann, A. (2008). Social well-being, cohesion and human-health
McQuaid, R. W. (2008). Evaluating the social impacts of change in a sustainable future
McQuaid, R. W. (2008). Flexibility in the labour market - some gender issues
McQuaid, R. W., & Bergmann, A. (2008). Employer recruitment preferences: a stated preference experiment
McQuaid, R. W., & Scherrer, W. (2008). Public private partnerships in the European Union - the cases of the UK, Germany and Austria
Across the European Union the use of different forms of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) have been growing, but in different ways and for different reasons across Member Sta...
McQuaid, R. W., & Bond, S. (2007). Gender stereotyping in schools - young people and career choices
McQuaid, R. W. (2007). Linking transport to employment creation and poverty reduction
McQuaid, R. W., & Scherrer, W. (2006). Public private partnership - a sustainable solution for the Information Society
McQuaid, R. W. (2006). Ageing of the labour force and regions under globalization
The rapid aging of the population structure across most developed countries is one of the main challenges facing their economies and governments (CEC 2004a).1 These changes wi...
McQuaid, R. W. (2006). Skills and employability
McQuaid, R. W., & Scherrer, W. (2006). Public private partnership - experiences of ICT in the UK, Germany and Austria
The political context of governments differs between the UK, Germany and Austria, but each government currently has a positive view of PPP. There are many similarities to the ...
McQuaid, R. W. (2005). The entrepreuner in economic theory - some issues
McQuaid, R. W. (2005). Accessing employment