On 1 February, Stefan Wolter chaired the 13th meeting of the OECD Expert Group on Vocational Education and Training in Paris.
On January 24,2018, Stefan Wolter presented the research project "Gender, Willingness to Compete and Career Choices along the Whole Ability Distribution" at the London School of Economics.
The fifth issue of the SCCRE Magazine with 24 new data base entries on research projects and an interview with Dr. Thomas Bolli is online.
In the latest edition of "Die Volkswirtschaft", Stefan Wolter analyses the strong increase in tertiary education in Switzerland over the last twenty years.
First results of a comparative study of national education reports from eight countries
The fourth issue of the SCCRE Magazine with 24 new data base entries on research projects and an interview with Prof. Dr. Elsbeth Stern is online.
On the occasion of the 60th founding anniversary ceremony of the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IAW) at the University of TÃ¼bingen, Stefan Wolter held one of the two keynote lectures.
The third issue of the SCCRE Magazine is online.
In a round table, organised for a delegation headed by the King of the Belgians in Lucerne, Stefan Wolter informed about the Swiss vocational education system.
Stefan Wolter has been invited to present a lecture on the subject Gender, competitiveness and career choices along the whole ability distribution.
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The second issue of the SCCRE Magazine is online.
goes to: Public Attitudes Towards the Role of the State and the Private Provision of Training: Evidence from the Swiss Apprenticeship System
Stefan Wolter has been elected new chairman of the Standing Field Committee of Economics of Education of the Verein fÃ¼r Socialpolitik and thus also member of the Executive Council of the German Economic Association.
Does political orientation affect the choice of a university major?
Analyses of the cohorts entring a Swiss university
On 9 June 2016 the SCCRE hosted a meeting of educational experts from four different countries on the subject of reporting on education and national reports on education. The experts discussed the different approaches, strategies...
A SCCRE study on the effectiveness of additional instructional time shows a causal impact of additional instruction time on student test scores, albeit in a limited extent.