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Evaluating labour market interventions
|Statement||by Donal O"Neill.|
|Series||Economic working papers series (National University of Ireland, Maynooth. Department of Economics) -- N99/03/00.|
|Contributions||National University of Ireland, Maynooth. Department of Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Title Interventions to improve the labour market outcomes of youth: A systematic review of training, entrepreneurship promotion, employment services and subsidized employment interventions Authors 1 Kluve, Jochen Puerto, Susana2 Robalino, David3 Romero, Jose Manuel3 Rother, Friederike3 Stöterau, Jonathan1 Weidenkaff, Felix2 Witte, Marc4 1 Humboldt University Berlin and RWI. Liliane Bonnal & Denis Fougère & Anne Sérandon, "Evaluating the Impact of French Employment Policies on Individual Labour Market Histories," Review of Economic Studies, Oxford University Press, vol. 64(4), pages Anna Christina D'Addio & Michael Rosholm, "undated".
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In this paper I examine Evaluating labour market interventions book procedures currently available for evaluating labour market interventions. The results of recent evaluations of minimum wages laws, reform of the benefit system and Author: Donal O'neill. Evaluating Labour Market Policy Labour market institutions are deemed to have a great influence on the level and structure of employment.
This holds for regulation on employment protection, minimum wages or tax/benefit systems as well as active labour market policies. This is why policy makersFile Size: KB.
Methods This systematic review and discussion paper synthesize empirical evidence on the labour market outcomes of youth employment interventions worldwide.
Interventions comprised skills training, entrepreneurship promotion, employment services, and subsidized employment. Outcomes of interest included employment, earnings and business performance.
In response to these issues, recent governments have proposed a range of policies involving direct intervention in the labour market. Effective implementation of these policies requires careful monitoring and evaluation of their effects.
In this paper I examine the procedures currently available for evaluating labour market interventions. Methods – This systematic review addresses this question by synthesizing empirical evidence on the labour market outcomes of active labour market programmes (ALMPs) targeting youth worldwide.
Eligible interventions comprised skills training such as technical and business skills, entrepreneurship promotion providing access to finance Cited by: 9.
'The book should be of great use and interest to anyone concerned with labour market issues, and particularly so for those concerned with designing effective evaluation schemes. Further, it cannot be disputed that, as the paper version yields a price of roughlyp per page, this book.
Evaluating What Works for Whom in Active Labour Market Policies Article in European Journal of Social Security 17(4) December with 90 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Econometric analysis of labour market interventions is possible, but careful con-sideration needs to be taken in conducting inference.
Labour markets are comprised of many individual actors, so analysis of interventions is best done with individual level data. When data sets contain large numbers of individuals sorted into groups, 3.
Labour Market Programmes and Activation Strategies: Evaluating the Impacts Do active labour market programmes really improve labour market performance.
Activation programmes reduce the number of people on benefits directly through the impact of their services on the programme participants, but also indirectly because.
A systematic literature review of the qualitative and quantitative impacts on the labour market of value chain development interventions. The review aims to distil the results of studies in order to answer the question of what are the outcomes of value chain interventions covering the.
F, Witte M. Interventions to improve the labour market outcomes of youth: a systematic review of training, entrepreneurship promotion, employment services, and subsidized employment interventions Campbell Systematic Reviews DOI: /csr ‘The book should be of great use and interest to anyone concerned with labour market issues, and particularly so for those concerned with designing effective evaluation schemes.
Further, it cannot be disputed that, as the paper version yields a price of roughlyp per page, this book.
An evaluation of labour market interventions in the face of the Greek crisis. Myrto Tourtouri Department of Planning and Regional Development University of Thessaly, Greece Abstract The Greek competitiveness deficit was, among others, one of the main drivers of the economic crisis.
The thermodynamic concept of entropy, referring to the degradation of energy and resultant disorder, has been influential in a number of disciplines including information science, ecological economics and sociology, and has recently been posited as a potentially fruitful approach to the evaluation of labour market interventions.
The Impact of Labour Market Policy on Wages, Employment and Labour Market Mismatch (L. Bellman, R. Jackman) New Public Management of Further Training (G. Schmid) The Importance of Wage-bargaining Institutions for Employment Performance (E.
Applebaum, R. Schettkat) LMP interventions are distinguished from other general employment policy interventions in that they explicitly target groups with difficulties in the labour market.
This includes the unemployed, those employed but at risk of involuntary job loss and people who are currently inactive in the labour market but would like to work. This chapter documents how widespread is the use of administrative data for counterfactual impact evaluation (CIE) of active labour market policies (ALMPs).
The analysis is based on articles and working papers published since that evaluate the impact of ALMPs implemented in Europe. Extending labour market interventions to in-work claimants: summary of responses to call for ideas PDF, KB, 20 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.
Extending labour market interventions to in-work claimants – call for ideas – summary of responses received. Introduction. Universal Credit is the largest programme of welfare reform for a generation and it will transform the environment in which the Department’s employment services.
This major new Handbook is a detailed, up-to-date guide to different national labour markets and policies to combat unemployment and their outcomes. It will become established as a standard reference book - the first of its kind - providing an authoritative account of the rapidly growing field of labour market policy in a coherent and systematic framework.
A group of internationally renowned. The first Key Indicators of the Labour Market (KILM) was released in It has since become a flagship product of the International Labour Office (ILO) and is used on a daily basis by researchers and policy-makers throughout the world.
At the national level, statistical information is generally gathered and anal .Evaluating labour market policies through the use of linked administrative data, jointly organised with the European Commission, 18 NovemberBrussels (presentations included). Profiling tools and their use in active labour market policies,Technical Workshop, June Engaging and improving services for employers.
Seminar jointly.LMP interventions are distinguished from other general employment policy interventions in that they explicitly target groups with difficulties in the labour market; this includes: the unemployed, those employed but at risk of involuntary job loss and people who are currently inactive in the labour market but would like to work.