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Quantitative Wirkungsanalysen zur Berliner Joboffensive

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Abstract

"The pilot project 'Berliner Joboffensive' (BJO) aimed at increasing the number of labor market integrations of individuals receiving meanstested unemployment benefits II (also known as Hartz IV) by intensified counseling and assistance. To this end, the caseload of 650 caseworkers in twelve Jobcenters in Berlin was reduced to 100 jobseekers per caseworker. Furthermore, these jobseekers were considered to be relatively close to the labor market and should have received intensive and individualized help to find an appropriate job on the (first) labor market quickly. The Federal Employment Office commissioned the ISG-Institute to identify the causal effects of the BJO. To this end, a conditional difference-in-difference approach was established to assess effectiveness and efficiency of the BJO. The report at hand summarizes the results." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))

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  • Fertig, Michael

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Fertig, Michael (2015): Quantitative Wirkungsanalysen zur Berliner Joboffensive * Endbericht zum 5. Mai 2015. Vorgelegt von ISG Institut für Sozialforschung und Gesellschaftspolitik GmbH, Köln. (IAB-Forschungsbericht, 06/2015), Nürnberg, 78 p.
 

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