Valutare per migliorare: evidenze da una politica attiva del lavoro (Formazione per la Mobilità Professionale)

Journal title RIV Rassegna Italiana di Valutazione
Author/s Samuele Poy, Flavia Coda Moscarola, Gianfranco Pomatto, Niccolò Aimo
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2020/78 Language Italian
Pages 28 P. 11-38 File size 331 KB
DOI 10.3280/RIV2020-078002
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Samuele Poy, Flavia Coda Moscarola, Gianfranco Pomatto, Niccolò Aimo, Valutare per migliorare: evidenze da una politica attiva del lavoro (Formazione per la Mobilità Professionale) in "RIV Rassegna Italiana di Valutazione" 78/2020, pp 11-38, DOI: 10.3280/RIV2020-078002