University of Lausanne - Department of Economics (DEEP)
benefit sanctions, earnings effects, unemployment duration, competing-risk duration models
field experiment, labor market policy, older workers, reservation wages, job search behavior, non-cognitive skills, biased beliefs, dynamic treatment effects, unemployment insurance
job search behavior, unemployment insurance, incentive effects
active labor market programs, policy regime, treatment effect, employment, earnings, unemployment, caseworkers
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active labor market programs, caseworkers, earnings, employment, policy regime, treatment effect, unemployment
unemployment insurance, job search, natural experiment, enforcement
survey data, scientific use file, labor market policies, evaluation, migration, ethnicity, attitudes, behavior, skills
Benefit sanctions, competing-risk duration models, earnings effects, unemployment duration
effort targets, job search behavior, unemployment insurance, incentives
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