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The Empirical Evaluation of Labour Market Programmes

Keynote speakers and speakers of the international conference in Nuremberg

Keynote speakers

  • Moving the Goalposts: Addressing Limited Overlap in Estimation of Average Treatment Effects by Changing the Estimand
    Joseph Hotz (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
    Paper
  • Program Evaluation in Dynamic Economies
    Costas Meghir (UCL, London, UK)
  • History of Matching
    Donald B.Rubin (Harvard University, Cambridge, USA)
  • Ex Ante Evaluation of Social Programs
    Petra E. Todd (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)

Speakers

  • Employment Effects of the Provision of Specific Professional Skills and Techniques in Germany
    Bernd Fitzenberger (Uni Frankfurt)
    Paper
    Co-author: Stefan Speckesser 
  • Estimating Conditional Average Structural Functions in Non additive Models with Binary Endogenous Variables
    Tobias J. Klein (ZEW, Mannheim)
    Paper
  • Do temporary jobs help the unemployed?
    Laura Larsson (IFAU - Institute for Labour Market Policy Evaluation, Uppsala)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Linus Lindqvist, Oskar Nordström Skans
  • Long run effects of public sector sponsored training in West Germany
    Ruth Miquel (SIAW, St. Gallen)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Michael Lechner, Conny Wunsch
  • The Effects of Welfare-to-Work Program Activities on Labor Market Outcomes
    Peter R. Mueser (Department of EconomicsUniversity of Missouri-Columbia)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Andrew Dyke, Carolyn J. Heinrich, Kenneth R. Troske 
  • Duration of Temporary Layoffs, Impact of Tenure and Enterprise Characteristics: Evidence from Sweden
    Anton Nivorozhkin (Department of EconomicsGöteborg University)
    Paper
    Co-author: Eugene Nivorozhkin
  • Evaluating the impact on wages and unemployment duration of a mandatory job search program
    Álvaro A. Novo (Banco de Portugal and ISEGI)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Mário Centeno, Luis Centeno
  • The Impact of the Italian “Mobility Lists” on Employment Chances: New Evidence from Linked Administrative Archives
    Enrico Rettore (Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche, Università di Padova, Italy)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Adriano Paggiaro, Ugo Trivellato 
  • Evaluation of Further Training Programmes in Saxony from 1989 to 2001
    Birgit Schultz (IWH, Halle)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Eva Reinowski, Jürgen Wiemers
  • Misreported Schooling and Returns to Education: Evidence from the UK
    Erich Battistin (Institute for Fiscal Studies)
    Paper
    Co-author: Barbara Sianesi
  • The Costs of Motherhood: An Analysis Using Matching Estimators
    Marianne Simonson (Department of Economics,University of Aarhus)
    Paper
    Co-author: Lars Skipper
  • A Dynamic Stochastic Model of Programme Participation
    Lars Skipper (Department of Economics, University of Aarhus) 
    Paper 
  • Effects of activity test arrangements on exit from payments: Mutual Obligation
    Yi-Ping Tseng (Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne)
    Co-author: Jeff Borland 
  • Causal Inference with General Treatment Regimes: Generalizing the Propensity Score
    David van Dyk (University of California, Irvine) 
    Paper
  • Evaluating the Italian training on the job contract (CFL)
    M. Valentini (Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Università Cà Foscari di Venezia)
    Paper
    Co-author: G. Tattara
  • Reform of Unemployment Compensation in Germany: A Nonparametric Bounds Analysis using Register Data
    Ralf Wilke (ZEW, Mannheim)
    Paper
    Co-author: Sokbae Lee 
  • Are there lasting Effects from Training the Unemployed in a Transistion Process? - Empirical Evidence from East Germany
    Conny Wunsch (SIAW, St. Gallen)
    Paper
    Co-authors: Michael Lechner, Ruth Miquel
 

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