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Potential status of the domestic market of lifelong education


Article suggests investigation of the conceptual and legal basis for the organization of lifelong education in Ukraine.

Authors identify components and structure of the relevant domestic market, show estimates of its annual capacity, predict quantitative and qualitative market changes and give recommendations for government policy to stimulate its growth.

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