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  • 1. For a listing of studies see Alessio J.G. Brown and Johannes Koettl, “Active Labor Market Programs - Employment Gain or Fiscal Drain?” 2015.
  • 2. David Card et al., “Active Labor Market Policy Evaluations: A MetaAnalysis,” 2010.
  • 3. Dan Finn, The Welfare Market, 2009.
  • 4. Gordon Betcherman et al. “Impacts of Active Labor Market Programs,” January 2004.
  • 5. Roberto Flores-Lima, “ Una Evaluation de Impacto del Servieio de Empleo de la Ciudad de Mexico,” 2005.
  • 6. Jochen Kluve, “The Effectiveness of European Active Labor Market Programs,” February 2010.
  • 7. An example can be found in Box 5.1.
  • 8. Gustavo Marquez and Cristobal Tagle-Ruiz, Search Methods and Outcomes in Developing Countries, 2004.
  • 9. The World of Public Employment Services, Inter-American Development Bank, 2015, p. 18.
  • 10. David Card et al., “Active Labor Market Policy Evaluations: A MetaAnalysis,” 2010.
  • 11. When the incentive is given as a tax reduction to the firm, and not a tax incentive for hiring a worker, then the incentive is not considered an active labor market policy instrument.
  • 12. Figures from 2013, “Public expenditures of LMP [Labor Market Policies] by Main Categories, % of GDP,” http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx? DatasetCode=LMPEXP
  • 13. Lars Calmfors, “Active Labour Market Policies and Unemployment: A Framework for Analysis of Crucial Design Features,” 1994.
  • 14. David Card et al., “Active Labor Market Policy Evaluations: A MetaAnalysis,” 2010.
  • 15. Omar Arias and Carolyn Sanchez-Paramo, Back-to-Work: Growing with Jobs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, p. 72.
  • 16. Dan Finn, Design and Effectiveness of Active Labor Market Policies in the OECD, 2011.
 
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