Annex A: Overview of Literature on Defence-Related Skills

Annex to Report: Vision on Defence-Related Skills for Europe Today and Tomorrow

Published in: European Commission (2019)

Posted on RAND.org on October 30, 2019

by Julia Muravska, Alice Lynch, Jacopo Bellasio, Anna Knack, Katerina Galai, Marta Kepe, Antonia Ward, Arya Sofia Meranto, Davide Maistro, Martin Hansen

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This Annex forms a part of the first Work Package of the Defence-related skills project. Gathering data and taking into consideration all relevant defence sub-sectors, this Annex provides an in-depth analysis of the skills state of play in the following 10 EU countries: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden and the UK. This Annex forms part of the interim report entitled "Vision on defence-related skills for Europe today and tomorrow."

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