The microeconometric estimation of treatment effects : an overview

@inproceedings{Caliendo2005TheME,
  title={The microeconometric estimation of treatment effects : an overview},
  author={Marco Caliendo and Reinhard Hujer},
  year={2005}
}
The Microeconometric Estimation of Treatment Effects An Overview The need to evaluate the performance of active labour market policies is not questioned any longer. Even though OECD countries spend significant shares of national resources on these measures, unemployment rates remain high or even increase. We focus on microeconometric evaluation which has to solve the fundamental evaluation problem and overcome the possible occurrence of selection bias. When using non-experimental data… CONTINUE READING

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