Active Labor Market Policies in Europe: Performance and Perspectives
Measures of Active Labor Market Policy - such as training, wage subsidies, public employment measures, and job search assistance - are widely used in European countries to combat unemployment. This study provides novel insight on this important policy issue by discussing the role of the European Commission's Employment Strategy, reviewing the experiences made in European states, and giving the first ever quantitative assessment of the existing cross-country evidence.
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- Jochen Kluve (Author), David Card (Contributor), Michael Fertig (Contributor), Marek Góra (Contributor), Lena Jacobi (Contributor), Peter Jensen (Contributor), Reelika Leetmaa (Contributor), Leonhard Nima (Contributor), Eleonora Patacchini (Contributor), Sandra Schaffner (Contributor) 7 more
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Softcover reprint of Pdf 1st ed. 2007 edition (9 Dec. 2009)
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