Competing in the graduate labour market: Student perspectives on (not) participating in extra-curricular activities

Paul Greenbank, Edge Hill University

In order to be able to compete in an increasingly competitive graduate labour market students need to develop their 'personal capital'. Participation in a range of relevant extra-curricular activities...

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Why are you here? Needs analysis of an interprofessional health-education graduate degree program

Christian Cable; Mary Knab; Kum Ying Tham; Deborah D Navedo; Elizabeth Armstrong, TAMHSC College of Medicine; Massachusetts General Hospital; Nanyang Technological University; MGH Institute of Health Professions; Harvard Medical School

Little is known about the nature of faculty development that is needed to meet calls for a focus on quality and safety with particular attention to the power of interprofessional collaborative practic...

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Globalization and the Quality of Asian and Non-Asian Jobs

Robert J. Flanagan; Niny Khor, Stanford Graduate School of Business

This paper assesses the impact of international trade and investment flows on the evolution of working conditions and labor rights in Asian and non-Asian countries in the late 20th and early 21st cent...

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