National Job Corps study: the benefits and costs of Job Corps
Sheena M. McConnell, Steven Glazerman, United States. Employment and Training Administration. Office of Policy and Research, Mathematica Policy Research, inc
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 2001 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
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H OVERVIEW OF METHODOLOGY
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Aggravated Assault Appendix assumed average cost benchmark estimate benefit to society benefit-cost analysis benefits and costs benefits from reduced benefits of Job capacity utilization capital punishment child care costs CJS costs control group members cost of fringe costs per slot crime against participants criminal different from zero discount rate earnings and fringe earnings impacts education and training enrolled in Job estimated impact expenditures fringe benefits impact estimates impact on earnings impacts of Job increased output Job Corps participants Job Corps Study Mathematica Policy Research motor vehicle theft murder nonresidential slots nonresidential students observation period percent of earnings program costs program group members program operating costs public assistance random assignment reduced crime reduction in crime research sample residential and nonresidential residential slots residential students rest of society sample members Schochet Significantly different standard error Statistics student pay subgroups Table taxes training programs two-tailed test U.S. Department victim costs youth