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Forecasting performance of workforce reskilling programmes

  title={Forecasting performance of workforce reskilling programmes},
  author={Evan Hurwitz and George Cevora},
Estimating success rates for programmes aiming to reintegrate theunemployed into the workforce is essential for good stewardship of publicfinances. At the current moment, the methods used for this task arebased on the historical performance of comparable programmes. In lightof Brexit and Covid-19 simultaneously causing a shock to the labourmarket in the UK we developed an estimation method that is basedon fundamental factors involved - workforce demand and supply - asopposed to the historical… 

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