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The Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies

The Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies

Measures, Public Private Partnerships and Benchmarking

Edited by Jaap de Koning

This book argues that active labour market policies are necessary to improve the position of the unemployed but have so far performed relatively poorly. The contributing authors seek ways to improve active labour market policy and consider three means of doing so: improving the quality by better targeting and by better-designed measures, more efficient implementation and delivery, and better performance by benchmarking the various implementation agencies involved.

Contributors

Edited by Jaap de Koning

Subjects: economics and finance, labour economics, politics and public policy, public policy, social policy and sociology, economics of social policy, labour policy

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