The capability approach, education and the labour market
|Title||The capability approach, education and the labour market|
|Publication Type||Book Chapter|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Kjeldsen, CC, Bonvin, J-M|
|Editor||Otto, H-U, Atzmüller, R, Berthet, T, Bifulco, L, Bonvin, J-M, Chiappero-Martinetti, E, Egdell, V, Halleröd, B, Kjeldsen, CC, Kwiek, M, Schröer, R, Vero, J, Zieleńska, M|
|Book Title||Facing trajectories from school to work. Towards a capability-friendly youth policy in Europe|
This mainly theoretical article addresses the core idea and concepts within the capability approach and serves as an introduction to our conception of the approach for the readings of the other articles in this volume. The concepts will be presented briefly, and their interdependent relations will be explained with a strong emphasis on the capability for education and work. Due to some differences between the conceptual understanding of capabilities between Martha Nussbaum and Amartya Sen (Robeyns, J Hum Dev 6:93–114, 2005), we will also present our suggestion for an accessible model which combines the strengths of each conceptual perspective.