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eBook Evaluating Active Labour Market Policies: Empirical Evidence for Poland During Transition (ZEW Economic Studies) ePub

by Patrick A. Puhani

  • ISBN: 379081234X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Patrick A. Puhani
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Physica; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999 edition (December 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 239
  • ePub book: 1839 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1163 kb
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This book investigates which active labour market programmes in Poland are value for money an. The Polish Labour Market in Transition. ZEW Economic Studies.

This book investigates which active labour market programmes in Poland are value for money an.

Evaluating active labour market policies: empirical evidence for Poland during transition. Active labour market policies during transition. PA Puhani, V Steiner. ZEW Discussion Papers, 1996. Springer Science & Business Media, 2012. The long-term effects of school quality on labor market outcomes and educational attainment. C Dustmann, PA Puhani, U Schönberg. Draft, UCL department of economics, January, 2012.

This book investigates which active labour market programmes in Poland are value for money and which are no.

This book investigates which active labour market programmes in Poland are value for money and which are not. To this end, modern statistical methods are applied to both macro- and microeconomic data. By surveying previous studies in the field and outlining the major statistical approaches that are employed in the evaluation literature, the book can be of help to any student interested in programme evaluation irrespective of the paticular programme or country concerned. Puhani, Patrick : Evaluating Active Labour Market Policies, Empirical Evidence for Poland during Transition. It is shown that training programmes increase, whereas job subsidies and public works decrease the re-employment opportunities of the unemployed. Heidelberg : Physica-Verlag, 1999, - ISBN 3-7908-1234-X.

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Active labour market policies during transition, ZEW Discussion Papers, No. 96-01 . Patrick A. Puhani Zentrum fur Europiiische (ZEW). Our study will focus on works and training programmes

Active labour market policies during transition, ZEW Discussion Papers, No. 96-01, Zentrum für Europäische (ZEW), Mannheim. Our study will focus on works and training programmes. During the participation in a training programme, which is supposed to take about 3 to 6 months, the unem-ployed receive an allowance equal to 115% of the unemployment benefit.

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Puhani Evaluating Active Labour Market Policies Empirical Evidence for Poland During Transition XVI, 239 pp. ISBN X Vol. 6: B. Fitzenberger Wages and Employment Across Skill Groups An Analysis for West Germany 1999, XII, 251 pp. ISBN

Puhani Evaluating Active Labour Market Policies Empirical Evidence for Poland During Transition XVI, 239 pp. ISBN. 3 K. Rennings O. Hohmeyer .

Most governments in today's market economies spend significant sums of money on labour market programmes. The declared aims of these programmes are to increase the re-employment chances of the unemployed. This book investigates which active labour market programmes in Poland are value for money and which are not. To this end, modern statistical methods are applied to both macro- and microeconomic data. It is shown that training programmes increase, whereas job subsidies and public works decrease the re-employment opportunities of the unemployed. In general, all active labour market policy effects are larger in absolute size for men than for women. By surveying previous studies in the field and outlining the major statistical approaches that are employed in the evaluation literature, the book can be of help to any student interested in programme evaluation irrespective of the paticular programme or country concerned.