CEET is the only centre for the economics of education and training in Australia. A well established research centre, its structure is unique involving two faculties at Monash University -- Education and Business & Economics -- and the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).

For more information about CEET's activities and publications, visit the CEET website@Monash University

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Submissions from 2009

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Mapping Qualifications Frameworks across APEC Economies, Gerald Burke, Phillip McKenzie, Chandra Shah, Jack Keating, Alison Vickers, Rob Fearnside, and Andrea Bateman

Submissions from 2008

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Key international developments affecting Australian education and training, Phillip McKenzie

Submissions from 2007

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Schooling and youth participation in education and society, John Ainley and Phillip McKenzie

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Economics of quality schooling, Gerald Burke and Phillip McKenzie

Submissions from 2006

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VET experiences: What the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth tell us, John Ainley, David D. Curtis, Sheldon Rothman, and Phillip McKenzie

Submissions from 2005

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International trends and employment in Australia: key findings, Phillip McKenzie and Gerald Burke

Submissions from 2000

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Pathways for youth in Australia, Phillip McKenzie

Submissions from 1998

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Lifelong learning as a policy response, Phillip McKenzie