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Disadvantaged Groups in the Labour Market and Employment Policy
Disadvantaged Groups in the Labour Market and Employment Policy
  • Topic Other Publications
  • Author NA Yeongdon
  • Language
  • Publication Date March 11, 2003
  • Length 355 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
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  • SUMMARY
    Based on the above-mentioned perspective, this study aims to evaluate the extent to which
    Korea’s post-crisis employment policy was helpful to the particularly disadvantaged groups
    in the labour market. In other words, the main objective of the study is to evaluate the
    impacts of policies on lessening disadvantages in the labour market.

    For addressing this broad objective, this study focuses on following four main sub-
    objects.

    1) Analysing the dynamics of the Korean labour market as the field of employment policy
    2) Identifying disadvantaged groups in the Korean labour market who should have had
    priority to participate in labour market programmes
    3) Evaluating the distributional effects of employment policies, stressing the different
    characteristics of programme participants and non-participants
    4) Evaluating labour market outcomes for participants, especially for disadvantaged
    persons who participated in training, public works and job placement services

    In order to clarify this purpose, two main issues - disadvantaged groups in the labour
    market and employment policies for the unemployed - need to be addressed first.
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