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An evaluation of the forecast of the indicator of the labour market gap

  • Dupuy Arnaud

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Th is evaluation study has been conducted within the framework of the Education andLabour Market Project (POA). Th e project is funded by the Ministry of Education,Culture and Science (OCW), the Institute for Employee Benefi t Schemes (UWV), theUWV Werkbedrijf (formerly: Centre for Work and Income - CWI), the Ministry ofAgriculture, Nature and Food Quality, the national centres of expertise on vocationaleducation, training and the labour market represented by their association COLO,Randstad Nederland and the Council for Work and Income (RWI). Th e authoracknowledges the members of the accompanying committee of the Education andLabour Market Project for their comments on an earlier version.

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Paper provided by Maastricht University, Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) in its series ROA Technical Report with number 003.

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Date of creation: 2009
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Handle: RePEc:unm:umarot:2009003
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