CHANGING EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. TIME AND SPACE ASPECTS IN SLOVAKIA AFTER 1989
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The study presents an empirical view on changes in educational pathways in the Slovak Republic, in relation to the changes in the economic activity of the population. The study is based on data from the three most recent population censuses carried out in 1991, 2001 and 2011. They represent a suitable data base for exploring the development of educational pathways. The study also provides a spatial view of regional differentiation at the level of administrative units LAU-I, districts. From the viewpoint of theory, the study is based on certain demographic and sociological theories, including the second demographic transition. The study tries to explain the changes in the phases of economic activity in relation to the changing educational pathways, which are primarily determined by altered reproduction pathways, i.e. by the timing of demographic processes. It originally combines labour market participation of various categories of economically active and inactive population, both in terms of age and at the level of the last three censuses.
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