Evaluating Croatia’s Active Labor Market Policies

Event Status : Past Event

Evaluating Croatia’s Active Labor Market Policies 2010-2013

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

2:00pm - 4:00 p.m. CEST / 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. EST

Chairs:

Stefanie Brodmann, Senior Economist, Global Protection and Jobs GP

Josefina Posadas, Senior Economist, Global Protection and Jobs GP

Presenters:

Michal Kotnarowski, Ph.D., Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Darko Oracic, Head of Analysis and Research, Croatian Employment Service

 

The Jobs Gateway in South Eastern Europe CoP is honored to host Michal Kotnarowski from the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Darko Oracic from the Croatian Employment Service to present on the evaluation of the active labor market policies (ALMPs) in Croatia. The Croatian Employment Service implements ALMPs to facilitate the transition from unemployment to employment and to help lower unemployment rates.

Mr. Kotnarowski will present on the evaluation methodology and results found in the Summary Evaluation Report: “External Evaluation of Active Labour-Market Policy Measures 2010-2013” whereas Mr. Oracic will discuss why it was needed to conduct this type of evaluation, how the results were used to adjust the programs and how the results have affected the implementation of ALMPs.

 The presentation will then be followed by a discussion in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia.

The video conference connections will be available at the following World Bank offices: Belgrade (6-615), Podgorica (2), Prishtina (2-07), Sarajevo (17-06), Skopje (0-03), Tirana (2-103), Vienna (19-6), Warsaw (9-100), Washington, D.C. (MC 10-300), and Zagreb (9-50). Simultaneous interpretation will be available in English and Serbo-Croatian.

For more information, contact Fatbardha Ajeti at fajeti@worldbank.org

 

 

Event Date: 
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 08:00
Location: 
The video conference connections will be available at the following World Bank offices: Belgrade (6-615), Podgorica (2), Prishtina (2-07), Sarajevo (17-06), Skopje (0-03), Tirana (2-103), Vienna (19-6), Warsaw (9-100), Washington, D.C. (MC 10-300), and Zagreb (9-50).
Contact Name: 
Fatbardha Ajeti
Contact Email: 
fajeti@worldbank.org
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