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News tagged with „Re-employment prospects“

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January 2007

09.01.2007 – ZEW (tzw/kvs)

Hartz Evaluation: Integration Subsidies of Limited Effects – Deadweight Effects Prevail

The integration subsidies provided by the Federal Employment Agency enable only few elderly unemployed to find work more rapidly. Even though statistics have proven a positive impact on women in eastern Germany, in all other groups, subsidies created only deadweight effects. These are the findings of a recently published final report on the evaluation of the Hartz Laws I-III conducted by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim. read more

February 2006

02.02.2006 – ZEW (bbo/kvs)

Integration Subsidies Improve Employment Opportunities of Older Unemployed Workers

Integration subsidies granted by the Federal Employment Agency help the older unemployed to find a job. Statistical proof of this effect, however, is available for eastern Germany only. There, particularly women benefit from the subsidies. These are the findings of a recent study conducted by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, within the framework of the evaluation of the Hartz I-III Laws. The study was carried out in cooperation with the Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, and the Institute for Work and Technology, Gelsenkirchen, on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. read more

June 2000

20.06.2000 – ZEW (tha/ggr)

Labour Market Policy: State Spends Billions - yet Little Success

Traditional instruments of active labour market policy such as job creation and further education schemes for the jobless that are promoted by the employment offices in order to reintegrate the participants in an employment relationship in the first labour market, are to a large extent ineffective. read more


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