Long-run Effects of Vocational Training in Germany before 1998


Using micro-econometric techniques and extensive administrative micro data sets we study the effects of various nationwide vocational education measures on the success of finding employment in Germany for those who participate in such programmes. These types of measures represent one of the most important components of Active Labour Market Policies in Germany. The aim of the project is to better understand the effectiveness of such labour market measures. This project focuses on the long-run effects of training programmes conducted before 1998 and their changes over time.

Additional Informationsunspecified
Commencement Date1 September 2006
Contributors Lechner, Michael (Project Manager) & Wunsch, Conny (Project Worker)
Datestamp 16 Sep 2022 10:57
Completion Date 31 August 2010
Funders External Financing
Principal Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, Germany
Id 35051
Project Status ongoing
Subjects political science
Project Type applied research project
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