Working Paper Series
IFAU - Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy
No. 2002:23: The value of a third year in upper secondary vocational education - Evidence from a piloting scheme
No. 2002:22: A cross-country comparison of labor market frictions
No. 2002:21: Optimal unemployment insurance with monitoring and sanctions
No. 2002:20: Dynamically assigned treatments: duration models, binary treatment models, and panel data models
No. 2002:19: An econometric analysis of the mental-health effects of major events in the life of older individuals
No. 2002:18: Minimum wages and employment in Swedish hotels and restaurants
No. 2002:17: Imperfect information, wage formation, and the employability of the unemployed
No. 2002:16: Do university enrollment constraints affect education and earnings?
No. 2002:15: Income effects from labor market training programs in Sweden during the 80's and 90's
No. 2002:14: Economic incentives and gender differences in work absence behavior
No. 2002:13: Assessing the effect of public policy on worker absenteeism
No. 2002:12: Wage policy and endogenous wage rigidity: a representative view from the inside
No. 2002:11: Age effects in Swedish local labour markets
No. 2002:10: Does early intervention help the unemployed youth?
No. 2002:9: Labor market programs, the discouraged-worker effect, and labor force participation
No. 2002:8: The effect of vocational employment training on the individual transition rate from unemployment to work
No. 2002:7: An evaluation of the Swedish trainee replacement schemes
No. 2002:6: Sick of being unemployed? Interactions between unemployment and sickness insurance in Sweden
No. 2002:5: Differential effects of Swedish active labour market programmes for unemployed adults during the 1990s
No. 2002:4: Does active labour market policy work? Lessons from the Swedish experiences
No. 2002:3: Do labor market programs affect labor force participation?
No. 2002:2: Removing the veil of ignorance in assessing the distributional impacts of social policies
No. 2002:1: Active labour market policy vs employment tax credits: lessons from recent UK reforms
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