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Author Dorsett, Richard.

Title The New Deal for Young People : relative effectiveness of the options in reducing male unemployment / Richard Dorsett.

Published London : Policy Studies Institute, c2001.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  331.137941 DORS {Bund3 20110303}    AVAILABLE
Physical description 39 p. ; 21 cm.
Series PSI research discussion paper ; 7
PSI report ; no. 882
Research report (Policy Studies Institute) ; no. 882.
Notes "The New Deal for Young People was introduced throughout Great Britain in April 1998 as a key element of the government's welfare-to-work strategy. Participants enter a period of intensive job search known as the "Gateway" and then enter one of four options. In this paper, the relative effectiveness of the NDYP options in reducing male unemployment is considered. The evaluation uses a non-parametric matching approach and finds that the employment option dominates the other NDYP options. Remaining in the Gateway appears more effective than entering the remaining options. The relative strength of these effects changes over time"-Abstract
Other author Policy Studies Institute.
Subject Youth -- Employment -- Government policy -- Great Britain.
Unemployment -- Great Britain -- Case studies.
Welfare recipients -- Employment -- Government policy -- Great Britain.
Labor market -- Great Britain.
ISBN 0853747938