Katarina Richardson

IFAU - Office of Labour Market Policy Evaluation

Box 513

751 20 Uppsala

Sweden

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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The Effect of Vocational Employment Training on the Individual Transition Rate from Unemployment to Work

IFAU - Institute for Labour Market Policy Evaluation, Working Paper No. 2002:8
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 26 Sep 2002
Katarina Richardson and Gerard J. van den Berg
IFAU - Office of Labour Market Policy Evaluation and VU University Amsterdam - Department of Economics
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Vocational training, program evaluation, duration analysis, Swedish labor market, selectivity bias, treatment effect

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Swedish Labor Market Training and the Duration of Unemployment

IZA Discussion Paper No. 2314
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 03 Oct 2006
Katarina Richardson and Gerard J. van den Berg
IFAU - Office of Labour Market Policy Evaluation and VU University Amsterdam - Department of Economics
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vocational training, program evaluation, duration analysis, selectivity bias

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Swimming with the Tide: Solidary Wage Policy and the Gender Earnings Gap

Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. 104, No. 1, pp. 49-67, 2002
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 02 Dec 2002
Per-Anders Edin and Katarina Richardson
Uppsala University - Department of Economics and IFAU - Office of Labour Market Policy Evaluation
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Swedish Labour Market Training and the Duration of Unemployment

CEPR Discussion Paper No. 5895
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 28 Dec 2006
Katarina Richardson and Gerard J. van den Berg
IFAU - Office of Labour Market Policy Evaluation and VU University Amsterdam - Department of Economics
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Vocational training, program evaluation, duration analysis, selectivity bias, treatment effect, duration dependence, identification, hazard rate, transition to work