The Motivation Effect of Active Labor Market Policy on Wages
Study Paper No. 50
Written by: Lars Pico Geerdsen and Torben Tranæs
This study investigates the significance of the motivation effect on employment and wages resulting from activation programmes. It is based on a reform to the Danish unemployment benefit system introduced in 1998 which reduced the length of the period of passive receipt of benefits.
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