In the framework of the Youth Employment PartnerSHIP project, the partner Collegio Carlo Alberto has organized a policy-oriented session (in Italian) to collect and discuss the experiences of researchers and practitioners in the use of models and data for the design, monitoring, and evaluation of employment policies at a local level.
In recent decades, policies that aim to improve the conditions of specific groups of subjects – individuals, families, firms – by offering a service, providing an incentive, or some combination thereof have assumed increasing importance. At the same time, there is an increasing need of providing clear and detailed answers to the questions: “Was the intervention effective? Has the target it was designed for been reached?”. The growing availability and knowledge in the use of administrative data for statistical purposes are helping answer these questions more and more precisely. The workshop aims to compare initiatives implemented in different regions and local contexts, present the results, and discuss which opportunities are already available and which are the most interesting prospects.
Invited speakers: Valentina Battiloro (ASVAPP), Silvia Duranti (IRPET), Elisa Floredan (Agenzia Piemonte Lavoro), Fabio Rapiti (National Statistical Office), Riccardo Salomone (Università di Trento e Agenzia del Lavoro di Trento), Maria Savona (SPRU Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex UK e Università Luiss), Massimo Tamiatti (Agenzia Piemonte Lavoro) e Giorgio Vernoni (IRES).
The session is part of the II Biannual Workshop “Technological Change, Health, Inequality and Data for Policy Evaluation” organized by LABORatorio Revelli – Center for Employment Studies and Fondazione Collegio Carlo Alberto, within the Youth Employment PartnerSHIP project, and stems from the LABORatorio’s twenty-year experience in the study of labor market dynamics and aims to promote the exchange of research ideas among the scientific community.