Long-run effects of training programs for the unemployed in East Germany

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  • Unemployed -- Training of -- Germany (East),
  • Germany -- Economic conditions -- 1990-

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Statementby Bernd Fitzenberger, Robert Völter.
SeriesDiscussion paper -- no. 2630, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) -- no. 2630
ContributionsVölter, Robert.
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LC ClassificationsHD5701
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FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL16289126M
LC Control Number2007618194

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Based on new administrative data, we estimate the differential effects of three different programs for East Germany during the transition process. Long–Run Effects of Training Programs for the Unemployed in East Germany Article in Labour Economics 14(4) · August with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

"Long-run effects of training programs for the unemployed in East Germany," Labour Economics, Elsevier, vol. 14(4), pagesAugust. Fitzenberger, Bernd & Völter, Robert, " Long-Run Effects of Training Programs for the Unemployed in East Germany," IZA Discussion PapersInstitute of Labor Economics (IZA).

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We propose and apply an extension of the widely used. Long-Run Effects of Public Sector Sponsored Training in West Germany∗ Between and West Germany spent on average about bn Euro per year on public sector sponsored training programmes for the unemployed.

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Card et al. () estimate program effects using a sample of youth that applied to the program in Follow-up data were collected inapproximately months after trainees had finished the program. No impacts on employment but a modest positive impact Cited by: Abstract. Public sector sponsored training was implemented at a large scale during the transition process in East Germany.

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Based on new administrative data, we estimate the differential effects of three different programs for East Germany during the transition process. We apply a dynamic multiple treatment approach using matching based on inflows into unemployment.

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End-of-Year Spending and the Long-Run Employment E ects of Training Programs for the Unemployed Bernd Fitzenberger, Marina Furdas, Christoph Sajons December Abstract: This study re-estimates the employment e ects of training programs for the unemployed using exogenous variation in participation caused by budget rules in Germany.

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For the. get training or wait. long-run employment effects of training programs for the unemployed in west germany 1 Introduction Public sector sponsored training has traditionally been a main part of active labor market policy (ALMP) in many countries like Germany.

During the last decade. | The dynamics of training programs for the unemployed. Rather, it raises the job-finding rates of participants instantly.

The effect peaks at about 65 days following the start of the program, when the exit rate “with” short-term training exceeds that “without” by 18%.Cited by: 1. likely to lessen its price relative to a situation in which only a modest fraction of the unemployed receives such training (Lechner and Smith, ).

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Using the potential outcome approach to causality as general framework, different matching procedures are suggested for the estimation. Jun 01,  · In this paper, we analyse the effects of the participation in vocational training programmes on the duration of unemployment in Eastern Germany.

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To participate in. Do Government Sponsored Vocational Training Programs Help the Unemployed Find Jobs. Evidence from Russia This study estimates the employment effect of vocational training programs for the unemployed in urban Russia. The results of propensity score matching indicate that The long-run effect for the white-collar training is even negative.

Long-run effects of public sector sponsored training in West Germany. M Lechner, R Miquel, C Wunsch An evaluation of public-sector-sponsored continuous vocational training programs in East Germany.

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