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HAL Fernando Núñez-Regueiro

My research aims at shedding light on the institutional and individual processes that undergird youth inclusion in the education and labor markets. This goal is pursued by combining economic and psychological accounts of school-to-work transitions, especially among low-qualified youths (dropouts, NEETs). My analyses build on the recent advances in the modeling of developmental processes (Dupéré et al., 2015; Christenson, Reschly, Wylie, 2012) and school-to-work transition regimes (Shavit & Müller, 2000; Eichhorst, Rodríguez-Planas, Schmidl, & Zimmermann, 2012), to investigate: 1) the variable effects of school tracking and vocational education on motivational resources (e.g., perceived control, justice beliefs, teacher support) and school outcomes (e.g., absenteeism, engagement in class, grades, graduation), 2) the heterogeneity of vulnerable youths such as dropouts or young NEETs. This research is expected to identify possible "safety net" tracks that may benefit youths at risk as well as educational interventions to prevent or to remedy situations of youth exclusion.

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  • Fernando Núñez-Regueiro. Le décrochage scolaire comme processus de stress : des profils hétérogènessous forme d’ennui et de surmenage. L'Orientation Scolaire et Professionnelle, INETOP, 2017, 46 (1), 〈10.4000/osp.5353〉. 〈hal-01873632〉