Public or private job matching for immigrant workers: an outline of a Swedish social experiment
Kenneth Carling, Helge Bennmarker, Anders Forslund, Institutet för arbetsmarknadspolitisk utvärdering (Sweden)
IFAU-Office of Labour Market Policy Evaluation, 2001 - Business & Economics - 15 pages
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2001:2 Carling Kenneth active labour market allocated Anders Forslund arbetsmarknads arbetsmarknadspolitik board Event database CATHERWOOD LIBRARY CORNELL UNIVERSITY Edin Per-Anders employment and communications equal opportunities Erfarenheter ethical reasons Eva Johansson five months Forslund Anders give the private Helge Bennmarker hypothesis immi immigrant workers implementation study informed consent job applicants job immediately job seekers job-matching Johansson Testing exogeneity Kristian Persson Labour market board labour market policy labour market programs labour market training Luna Xavier Lundin Martin market board Event Market Policy Evaluation Martinson & Kristian measure mediating jobs Ministry of industry new-registered newly registered Office of Labour outcome participants perform differently periment placement period Policy Evaluation IFAU private company private offices private recruitment company protocol public employment offices public office randomisation centre Sara Martinson section 1.1 services for immigrants Skans Oskar Skedinger staffing study secretariat supervising group svenska Sweden Swedish labour market Swedish social experiment unemployed immigrants unemployment duration