active labour market programme
Active labour market policies and job tenure
Unemployment Vulnerability and Active Labor Market Policies
Active Labour Market Policies in a Comparative Perspective
Active labour market policy and social investment: a changing relationship
Active Labour Market Policies: Between ‘Right to Work’ and ‘Workfare’
Active labour market policy in a changing economic context.1
The dynamics of regional labor markets and active labor market policy: Swedish evidence
Are They Working? Market Orientation and the Effectiveness of Active Labour‐Market Programmes in Ireland
Integration into work through active labour market policies in different welfare state regimes
Quantitative Evidence: The Determinants of Public Spending on Active Labour Market Policy and Childcare
Active labour-market policies: a case of evidence-based policy-making?
Did Active Labor Market Policies Help Sweden Rebound from the Depression of the Early 1990s?
Active Labor Market Policies and the British New Deal for the Young Unemployed in Context
“First-Wave” Bias When Conducting Active Safety Monitoring of Newly Marketed Medications with Outcome-Indexed Self-Controlled Designs
Active Labour Market Policies and Social Integration in Germany: Do ‘One-Euro-Jobs’ Improve Individuals’ Sense of Social Integration?
An Application of the Estimated Dependent Variable Approach: Trade Union Members' Support for Active Labor Market Policies and Insider-Outsider Politics
Social learning in active labor market policy in Denmark: the possibility of policy experimentalism and political development
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