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The journal Formation Emploi considers the range of relationships between training and production systems. It targets anyone interested in the relationship between training, work, and employment: researchers, decision makers, teachers, stakeholders. It is open to approaches from multiple disciplines: sociology, economics, management, psychology, etc. An independent reading committee selects the papers. The journal is the initiative of the Centre d’études et de recherches sur les qualifications (Céreq) which provides its editorial framework.

Editorial Board

Publication Director: Florence Lefresne

Editor in Chief: Jean-Frédéric Vergnies

Editorial Secretary: Mireille Zangani

Editorial Committee

Jean-François Giret, président, sciences de l’éducation et économie de l’éducation, IREDU, univ. de Bourgogne
Thierry Berthet, politologue, LEST-CNRS, Aix-Marseille Université
Hélène Buisson-Fenet, sociologue, ENS Lyon
Pascal Caillaud, juriste, MSH Ange Guépin, Nantes
Jean-Lin Chaix, sciences de gestion, univ.du Littoral
Patricia Champy-Remoussenard, sciences de l’éducation, univ. Lille III
Arnaud Dupray, économiste, CEREQ
Marc-Antoine Estrade, statisticien-économiste, France Compétences
Solveig Fernagu, socio-pédagogue, sciences de l’éducation, LINEACT CESI
Céline Gasquet, économiste, CEREQ
Claire Lemêtre, sociologue, CIRCEFT, univ. Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis
Philippe Lemistre, socio-économiste, CERTOP, univ. de Toulouse
Alexandre Léné, économiste, IMT Lille Douai, univ. Lille 1, CLERSE
Gilles Moreau, sociologue, GRESCO, univ. de Poitiers
Sophie Orange, sociologue, univ. de Nantes
Jean-Luc Primon, sociologue, URMIS, univ. de Nice, associé à l’INED
Emmanuel Quenson, sociologue, Univ. Evry Val-d’Essonne
Mareva Sabatier, économiste, univ. de Savoie
Josiane Vero, économiste, CEREQ

Instructions to Authors

Formation Emploi invites works based on original data, oriented toward action if possible. Proposals are submitted to double-blind review by three referees. The editorial committee meets four times a year to review submission reports. A decision is then sent to the authors. Particular attention is given to the readability and accessibility of texts for readers from different disciplines and environments.

Texts should contain a maximum of 15 pages or 45,000 characters, bibliography, notes, and spaces included.


Code of ethics

The Code of Ethics applicable to drafting committees and editorial boards of academic journals offered on, including Formation emploi, is available on this page.

Other information

Print ISSN : 0759-6340
Online ISSN : 2107-0946
Publisher : Céreq

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