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1. Ahlgren, L., Engel, L. (2009) Lifelong learning through SMEs: Exploring the participation of workers in formal learning in the UK. International Journal of Lifelong Education.

2. Boeren, E. (2008) Een nieuw decreet voor volwassenenonderwijs. In: School & Samenleving 19, 1-16.

3. Boeren, E. (2009) Deelname aan het volwassenenonderwijs: wat zijn belemmerende
factoren? In: Gids voor Sociaal-Cultureel en Educatief Werk 54, 1-16.

4. Boeren, E. (2009) Participation in adult education: the Matthew principle. In: Filosofija, Sociologija 20 (2), 70-77.

5. Boeren, E. (2011) Participation in adult education: a bounded agency approach, PhD dissertation, Leuven: KULeuven, Centre for Research on Professional Learning & Development, Corporate Training and Lifelong Learning, 273p.

6. Boeren, E., Holford, J., Nicaise, I. & Baert, H. (2012) Why do adults learn? Developing a motivational typology across twelve European countries. Globalisation, Societies and Education, Vol 10, 2, 247-269.

7. Boeren, E., Nicaise, I. & Baert, H. (submitted to European Education) Satisfaction of actual participants in formal adult education in 4 European countries. In review.

8. Boeren, E., Nicaise, I. & Baert, H. (2012) Adult learners’ satisfaction and its relation with individual and educational institutional characteristics. Pedagogies: an International Journal, Vol 7, 2, 132-149.

9. Boeren, E., Nicaise, I. (2009) Onderwijs voor volwassenen: wie neemt deel en waarom? In: Vanderleyden L., Callens M., Noppe J. (eds.) De Sociale Staat van Vlaanderen 2009, 315-333.

10. Boeren, E., Nicaise, I., Baert, H. (2010) Theoretical models of participation in adult education: The need for an integrated model. In: International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol 29, 1, 45-61.

11. Boeren, E., Nicaise, I., Baert, H. (submitted to Adult Education Quarterly) Intentions and constraints of non-participants in adult education. In review.

12. Boyadjieva, P. (2005) Strategy for the Development of Higher Education in Bulgaria In: (anti)Education/(anti)Corruption. East-West Publishing House, Sofia, pp. 262-269 (In Bulgarian).

13. Boyadjieva, P. (2006) „Lifelong Learning, or about the “and” of the Second Modernity“. In: M. Grekova and P. Kabakchieva (Eds.) Beyond Disciplinary (self)Limitations, Sofia: Sofia University Publishing House, 84-105.

14. Boyadjieva, P. (2006) „University as an Institution for Lifelong Learning”. Strategies for Policy in Science and Education, N 3-4: 210-228.

15. Boyadjieva, P. (2007) “Lifelong Learning as an Institutional Strategy in Higher Education“. Policies N. 3, Institute “Open Society”, (http://www.politiki.bg)

16. Boyadjieva, P. (2007) The New Challenge: The Social Dimension of Higher Education. Strategies for Policy in Science and Education, 4: 300-321 (In Bulgarian).

17. Boyadjieva, P. (2009) The University as a Cathedral, Science, 1: 10-14 (In Bulgarian).

18. Boyadjieva, P. (2010) Social Equity in Higher Education – Mission (Im)Possible. Sociological Problems, Special Issue, 55-71, ISSN 0324-1572.

19. Boyadjieva, P., Gornev, G., Milenkova, V., Nenkova, D., Petkova, K. (2010) Models of Support and Problems in the Employees’ Formal Education. In: Kozlovskiy, V., Voormann, R., Roosalu, T. Learning in Transition. Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries. Nauka, St. Petersburg, 2010, pp. 269-291.

20. Boyadjieva, P., Milenkova, V. (2009) The two sides of the coin - Adult educator as a teacher and a friend. In: Educating the adult educator: Quality provision and assessment in Europe. Ed. by Papastamatis, Ad., Ef.Valkanos,G.Zarifis.E-bbook,
ISBN 978-9960-243-668-4, http://www.esrea-renadet.web.auth.gr, pp. 159-177.

21. Boyadjieva, P., V. Milenkova, V., G. Gornev, K. Petkova, D. Nenkova (2009) A Long-Distance Hurdle Race: Patterns of and Problems with the Support for Formal Education in Bulgarian Enterprises, Strategies for Policy in Science and Education 2: 105-123 (In Bulgarian).

22. Dæhlen, M., Ure, O.B. (2009) Low-skilled adults in formal continuing education. Does their motivation differ from other learners? International Journal of Lifelong Education 28(5).

23. Downes, P., Maunsell, C., McLoughlin, V. and Taljunaite, M. (2006) „Lifelong learning in Ireland and Lithuania: Some examples of Irish policy and practice for Lithuania to consider?“ Filosofija.Sociologija (ed. Lithuanian Academy of Sciences),
No.4: 29-36.

24. Downes, P. (2011) The neglected shadow: European perspectives on emotional supports for early school leaving prevention, The International Journal of Emotional Education, Vol 3, 2, 3-36.

25. Downes, P. (2011) Community Based Lifelong Learning Centres: Developing a European Strategy Informed by International Evidence and Research. Research Paper for European Commission Network of Experts on the Social aspects of Education and Training (NESET) Cardiff University.

26. Hefler, G., Markowitsch, J. (2009) Formal adult learning and working in Europe. A new typology of participation patterns. Journal of Workplace Learning (accepted) (the paper was awarded by the Emerald sponsored best paper award of the conference at the 6th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning (RWL6) Roskilde University, Denmark, June 28 to July 1, 2009).

27. Kanopienė V., Mikulionienė S., Butvilas T. (2009) Methodology for Evaluating Adults’ Participation in Lifelong Learning Process: Lithuanian Case // Academic papers “Socialinis darbas” (Social Work). Mykolas Romeris University. – No 8(1) – p. 38-46. http://www.mruni.lt/lt/padaliniai/centrai/leidybos_centras/leidiniai/mokslo_darbai/?LID=59

28. Kazjulja, M; Tamm, A (2009). Koolitusel osalemise seotus ametipositsiooniga. Participation in training in connection with occupational position. Põder, K., Jalak, A. and Rohtla, R (Eds.). Täiskasvanute koolitus. Adult Education (89 - 108). Tallinn: Estonian Statistical Office (In Estonian and in English).

29. Kozlovskiy, Vl. (2007) Lifelong learning as factor of social mobility in contemporary Russia. Universitie’s education and civil society / Ed. by V. Marakhov. St. Petersburg.

30. Kozlovskiy, Vl. (2008) Innovative strategy of continuinig education and lifelong learning in Russian society. Management of unbroken education: structure, contents, quality. Yekaterinburg.

31. Kozlovsky, Vl. (2006) “Social potential of Life Long Learning and Education in New Russia” in “The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology”. № 3. (In Russian and abstract in English).

32. Kozlovsky, Vl., Khokhlova A., Nevsky A., Saburova E. (2006) “The development Life Long Learning and Education in modern Russian society: comparative analysis” in “The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology”. № 4. (In Russian and abstract in English).

33. Markowitsch, J. and Hefler, G. (2007) Innovationsverständnis am österreichischen Weiterbildungsmarkt - ausgewählte empirische Befunde, Erwachsenbildung online - Magazin (pp. 20). http://erwachsenenbildung.at/magazin/07-2/meb07-2_04_markowitsch-hefler.pdf

34. Markowitsch, J., Benda-Kahri, S. and Hefler, G. (2008) The underestimated Role of Formal Adult Learning in Austria’s Lifelong Learning. Policy, Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik online (bwp@) Vol. Österreich Spezial (November 2007/Februar 2008), http://www.bwpat.de/ATspezial/markowitsch_etal_atspezial.pdf

35. Maunsell, C., Downes P., McLoughlin, V. (2008) National Report on Lifelong Learning in Ireland. Dublin: Educational Disadvantage Centre.

36. Milenkova, V. (2008) The Progress of Bulgarian School Reform in the Conditions of European Integration. In: European Unification and Educational Challenges in the Balkans, Ed. N.Terziss, 37-47.

37. Milenkova, V. (2009) Bulgarian School in the Focus of Inequalities. Sofia: Academic Publishing House "M. Drinov" (In Bulgarian).

38. Milenkova, V. (2009) Policy measures to include Roma minorities in educational structures: the Bulgarian case. In: Inclusive Education in the Balkan Countries: Policy and Practice. Tessaloniki: Kyriakidis Brothers s.a., pp. 719-727.

39. Milenkova, V., Boyadjieva, P. (2010) Formal Adult Education as a Triangle: Institutions, Teachers, and Learners. In: Kozlovskiy, V., Voormann, R., Roosalu, T. Learning in Transition. Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries. Nauka, St. Petersburg, pp. 33-64.

40. Milenkova, V., Boyadjieva, P. (2010) Lifelong Learning: The Key Role of the Teachers. In: Quality Education For All Through Improving Teacher Training. Sofia: Paradigma, pp. 193-198.

41. Mirčeva, J. (2007) Lifelong Learning in Slovenia: development, limitations and challenges. Obrazovni refleksii, No. 3-4, Bureau for Development of Education, Skopje.

42. Radovan, M. (2008) ˝Udeležba odraslih v sistemu formalnega izobraževanja˝ (Participation of adults in formal education system), Novičke June-August 2008, pp.17-20.

43. Radovan, M. (2009) Motivacijski profili odraslih v formalnem izobraževanju (Motivation Profiles of Adults in Formal Education). Andragoška spoznanja (Andragogical Cognition).

44. Radovan, M. (2010) Adult learners' perceptions of the learning environment and its association with satisfaction, confidence and attitudes towards learning : an international comparison. In Kozlovskiy, V., Vöörmann, R., Roosalu, T. (eds). Learning in transition : policies and practicies of lifelong learning in post-socialist countries. St. Petersburg: Nauka, str. 151-182.

45. Radovan, M. (2010) Creating effective environments for adult learners : age differences. V: Ličen, Nives, Gubalová, Jolana (eds). Intergenerational learning and education in later life. Ljubljana: Faculty of Arts, 2010, str. 53-59.

46. Radovan, M. (2010) Creating effective environments for adult learners : age differences. V: Volk, M, Dawidowski, E (eds). Tandems go! : twinning the elderly and young people as a posibility of e-learning. Ajdovščina: Center for Adult Education, str. 46-51 (In Slovenian).

47. Radovan, M. (submitted) Motivacijski profili odraslih v formalnem izobraževanju – Motivation Profiles of Adults in Formal Education. Andragoška spoznanja (Andragogical Cognition).

48. Rammel, S., Markowitsch, J. (2009) Formale Erwachsenenbildung in Österreich: Stellenwert und Reformpotential. In: Lassnigg, G., Babel, H., Gruber, E. and J. Markowitsch (Ed.): Öffnung von Arbeitsmärkten und Bildungssystemen. Beiträge zur
Berufsbildungsforschung. StudienVerlag: Innsbruck , S. 394-411.

49. Riddell, S., Ahlgren, L., Weedon, E. (2009) Equity and lifelong learning: Lessons
from workplace learning in Scottish SMEs. International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol 28, 6, 777-795.

50. Roosalu, T.; Roosmaa, E.-L. (2010) Back At School: Do They Really Have Nothing Else To Do? Lifelong Learning Ideologies In Adult Learners' Self-Reflections In Estonia. Kozlovskiy, V., Vöörmann, R., Roosalu, T. (Eds). Learning in Transition:
Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries (41 - 65). St. Petersburg: Nauka.

51. Roosalu, T.; Tamm, A. (2010) Human Resource Managers as Agencies of Lifelong Learning: The Case of Estonia. In Kozlovskiy, V., Vöörmann, R., Roosalu, T. (Eds). Learning in Transition: Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries (221 - 233). St. Petersburg: Nauka.

52. Roosmaa, E.-L., Saar, E. (2010) Inequality in Participating in Non-Formal Learning: Different Patterns in Old and New European Union Member States. Journal of Education and Work, Vol 23, 3, 179-206.

53. Saar, E. and Helemäe, J. (2008) Estonia on the backdrop of the European Union states: country-specific institutional context and lifelong learning. Studies for the Learning Society, Vol 1, 1, 7-17.

54. Stensen, O-A, and Ure, O.B. (2010) Social inclusion in adult education is more than implementing mainstream public policy: A Compilation of interviews in Norwegian adult education institutions. Fafo report 2010:16 Available online
http://www.fafo.no/pub/rapp/10112/10112.pdf

55. Tamm, A.; Kazjulja, M. (2010) Who learns What: The Different Experiences of Professional Groups in Further education in Estonia. In Kozlovskiy, V., Vöörmann, R., Roosalu, T. (155 - 170). St. Petersburg: Nauka.

56. Ure, O. B. and Daehlen, M. (2009) ‘Low-skilled adults in formal continuing education. Does their motivation differ from other learners?’. International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol 28, 5, 661–674.

57. Ure, O.B. (2010) Formal education in an informal Norwegian culture of enterprise training. Six cases collected from maritime and offshore environments. Fafo report 2010:21 Available online http://www.fafo.no/pub/rapp/10117/10117.pdf

58. Vermeersch, L., De Rick, K. (2010) ‘Werknemers van KMO’s en het onderwijssysteem: verschillende werelden in eenzelfde baan?’. Gids op Maatschappelijk Gebied, nr 4, april 2010, pp. 28-35.

59. Vöörmann, R.; Roosalu, T.; Kozlovskiy, V. (2010) Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Europe: An Introduction. In Kozlovskiy, V.; Vöörmann, R.; Roosalu T. (Eds.). Learning in Transition: Policies and Practicies of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries (11 - 18). St. Petersburg: Nauka.

60. Weedon, E. and Riddell, S. (2011) Social justice, inclusion and lifelong learning in Scotland: the experiences of adult learners. In: Jackson, S (ed) Lifelong Learning and Social Justice: communities, work and identities. Leicester: NIACE.

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