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Johnny Sung
Johnny Sung
Honorary Fellow, The Centre for Skills, Knowledge, and Organisational Performance (SKOPE
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Supporting workplace learning for high performance working
D Ashton, J Sung
International Labour Organization, 2002
3612002
Education and training for development in East Asia: The political economy of skill formation in newly industrialised economies
D Ashton, F Green, D James, J Sung
Routledge, 2005
3422005
Towards a framework for the comparative analysis of national systems of skill formation
J Sung, J Turbin, D Ashton
International Journal of Training and Development 4 (1), 8-25, 2000
1972000
The evolution of education and training strategies in Singapore, Taiwan and S. Korea: A development model of skill formation
D Ashton, F Green, J Sung, D James
Journal of education and work 15 (1), 5-30, 2002
1922002
High Performance Work Practices: linking strategy and skills to performance outcomes
J Sung, D Ashton
Department of Trade and Industry, 2005
1692005
The role of the state in skill formation: evidence from the Republic of Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan
F Green, D Ashton, D James, J Sung
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 15 (1), 82-96, 1999
1271999
Education, skill formation, and economic development: The Singaporean approach
DN Ashton, J Sung
na, 1997
981997
Training and development
D Ashton, A Felstead
Routledge, 1995
951995
The nature of employability skills: empirical evidence from S ingapore
J Sung, MCM Ng, F Loke, C Ramos
International Journal of Training and Development 17 (3), 176-193, 2013
762013
Explaining the economic success of Singapore: The developmental worker as the missing link
J Sung
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006
742006
High Performance Work Practices: Work Intensification or'Win-win'?
E Sparham, J Sung
University of Leicester, 2007
712007
The empirical correlates of action and structure: The transition from school to work
D Layder, D Ashton, J Sung
Sociology 25 (3), 447-464, 1991
671991
How competitive strategy matters? Understanding the drivers of training, learning and performance at the firm level
D Ashton, J Sung
Centre for Skills, Knowledge, and Organisational Performance (SKOPE), 2006
642006
Globalizing femininity in elite schools for girls: Some paradoxical failures of success
J Kenway, D Langmead, D Epstein
World Yearbook of Education 2015, 153-166, 2015
52*2015
The career choices and impact of PhD graduates in the UK: a synthesis review
A Raddon, J Sung
Science in Society Programme, 2009
412009
Challenging the myths about learning and training in small and medium-sized enterprises: implications for public policy.
DN Ashton, J Sung, A Raddon, T Riordan
University of Leicester, 2008
402008
Lifelong learning in Singapore: Where are we?
J Sung, S Freebody
Asia Pacific Journal of Education 37 (4), 615-628, 2017
372017
Skills in business: The role of business strategy, sectoral skills development and skills policy
DN Ashton, J Sung
SAGE Publications Ltd, 2014
372014
Non‐standard work in Canada and the United Kingdom
F Green, H Krahn, J Sung
International journal of manpower 14 (5), 70-86, 1993
341993
Skills Abroad: A Comparative Assessment of International Policy Approaches to Skills Leading to the Development of Policy Recommendations for the UK.
J Sung, A Raddon, DN Ashton
University of Leicester, 2006
332006
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