The project partners aim to cooperate in the evaluation of two different forms of employment initiatives targeting youth in Spain, Hungary, Italy and Poland, support other researchers in doing such evaluation studies, and promote the use of such studies to policy-makers. As a result, youth employment policies can become more effective.

Target groups:

  • Researchers evaluating public policy with administrative data
  • NGOs working with youth
  • Policy-makers implementing youth policies
  • Young people who would benefit from improved youth policies

9 Project Partners:

CountryProject partner statusInstitutionType of institutionCity
PolandLead partnerIBS- Institute for Structural ResearchNGOWarsaw
HungaryBeneficiary partnerBudapest Institute for Policy AnalysisPrivateBudapest
ItalyBeneficiary partnerCollegio Carlo AlbertoNGOTurin
ItalyBeneficiary partnerThe National Institute for the Analysis of Public Policies – INAPPPublicRome
SpainBeneficiary partnerFoundation for Applied Economics Studies – FEDEANGOMadrid
SpainBeneficiary partnerThe University of the Basque CountryPublicLeioa
FranceExpertise partnerParis School of EconomicsPublicParis
NorwayExpertise partnerNHH Norwegian School of EconomicsPublicOslo
International OrganisationExpertise partnerWorld BankInternational OrganisationWashington DC

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