Labour market policies and decision processes need to rely on knowledge systems able to represent modern labour market complex dynamics. This contribute is oriented to discuss the role that ESCO standard labour language may play in this perspective. Network analysis is used to explore ESCO network of occupations..

ESCO- the European Labour Language: a conceptual and operational asset in support of labour governance in complex environments / Cristina Martelli, Laura Grassini, Adham Kahlawi, Maria Flora Salvatori, Lucia Buzzigoli. - ELETTRONICO. - (2019), pp. 959-964. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Smart statistics for smart applications - Convegno della Società Italiana di Statistica tenutosi a Milano nel 19-21 giugno 2019.

ESCO- the European Labour Language: a conceptual and operational asset in support of labour governance in complex environments

Cristina Martelli;Laura Grassini
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Adham Kahlawi;SALVATORI, MARIA FLORA;Lucia Buzzigoli
2019

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Labour market policies and decision processes need to rely on knowledge systems able to represent modern labour market complex dynamics. This contribute is oriented to discuss the role that ESCO standard labour language may play in this perspective. Network analysis is used to explore ESCO network of occupations..
2019
Smart statistics for smart applications - Book of short papers
Smart statistics for smart applications - Convegno della Società Italiana di Statistica
Milano
19-21 giugno 2019
Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth
Cristina Martelli, Laura Grassini, Adham Kahlawi, Maria Flora Salvatori, Lucia Buzzigoli
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