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We use a new and exceptionally rich administrative data set for Germany to evaluate the employment effects of several short and medium term further training programs in the early 2000s. Building on the work of Sianesi (2003, 2004), we apply propensity score matching methods in a dynamic, multiple treatment framework in order to address program heterogeneity(More)
Health providers may not be aware of their patients' needs or preferences, and patients reluctant to raise their concerns. Consequently, the first step in ensuring quality of care is to ask the patient about the care that they would like. A cross-sectional sample of 244 medical oncology outpatients were surveyed about provider-asking behaviours across six(More)
We use a new and exceptionally rich administrative data set for Germany to evaluate the employment effects of a variety of public sponsored training programs in the early 2000s. Building on the work of Sianesi (2003, 2004), we employ propensity score matching methods in a dynamic, multiple treatment framework in order to address program heterogeneity and(More)
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