Labour market policies and the public employment service: Prague conference, July 2000
OECD, Feb 22, 2001 - Business & Economics - 413 pages
Proceedings of the Prague Conference, July 2000 Proponents of an active labour market policy are now claiming part of the credit for large falls in structural ...
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Summary and Conclusions by the Rapporteur
A sea change in PES working methods
Activation through policy interventions and benefit management
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