Experimental Evidence on the Effects of Early Meetings and Activation
We analyse three Danish experiments with combinations of early and intensive active labour market policy. We find that frequent individual meetings between newly unemployed workers and their caseworkers have substantial (and significant) effects on employment rates in both the medium and long run. G...
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HOBOKEN WILEY 01.07.2017
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|published in:||The Scandinavian journal of economics Vol. 119; no. 3; pp. 541 - 570|
|Data of publication:||July 2017|
We are grateful to the Danish Labour Market Board for making data available and for the CAFE grant enabling part of this research, to Rune Vejlin and seminar participants at IAB, University of Bergen and SOFI at Stockholm University for valuable comments. Finally, we thank two anonymous referees for very valuable comments and suggestions.
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