Understanding Active Labour Market Policies : an institutional perspective on intended and unintended consequences
Het begrijpen van activerend arbeidsmarktbeleid : een institutioneel perspectief op bedoelde en onbedoelde consequenties
This dissertation studies active labour market policies from an institutional perspective to add to the current theoretical insights that stem primarily from rational choice theories. The first section of the dissertation focuses on how employment protection and unemployment benefits might be complementary with active labour market policies and how these complementarities might vary based on the economic growth level. The second part of the dissertation studies how active labour market policies are related to the unemployment risk and active learning attitude of people with various educational backgrounds.
|Keywords||active labour market policies, institutional theory, unemployment, labour market research|
|Promotor||R.J. van der Veen (Romke) , F. Koster (Ferry)|
|Publisher||Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Note||For copyright reasons there is a partial embargo for this dissertation|
Benda, L. (2019, May 3). Understanding Active Labour Market Policies : an institutional perspective on intended and unintended consequences. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/116392