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Evaluierung und Arbeitsmarktpolitik: Eine analytischer Bezugsrahmen am Beispiel des arbeitsmarktpolitischen Rahmenprogramms in Berlin

  • Schmid, Günther
  • Schömann, Klaus
  • Schütz, Holger
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    Die vorliegende Studie entwickelt einen analytischen Bezugsrahmen für eine idealtypische Evaluierung der Arbeitsmarktpolitik. Zur Illustration dient das Arbeitsmarktpolitische Rahmenprogramm der Berliner Landesregierung. Dabei standen die vom Europäischen Sozialfonds kofinanzierten Qualifizierungsprogramme im Vordergrund. In einem Bezugsrahmen wird noch keine eigentliche Evaluierung vorgenommen. Es werden lediglich die zentralen Fragen entwickelt, die wichtigen Begriffe (wie Mitnahme, Verdrängung, Substitution, tangible und intangible Kosten) definiert, die möglichen Methoden und Verfahren diskutiert sowie die entsprechenden Datenvoraussetzungen für eine umfassende Evaluierung genannt. Da und dort werden jedoch einzelne Schritte beispielhaft ausgeführt, und an manchen Stellen werden Vermutungen geäußert, um die Art der erwarteten Informationen oder Argumente zu verdeutlichen. Theoretische oder praktische Beispiele sowie Literaturhinweise geben Anregungen zur weiteren Vertiefung und Anwendung. Es werden fünf Etappen eines vollständigen Evaluierungsprozesses der Arbeitsmarktpolitik unterschieden und ausgeführt: (1) Kontextanalyse, (2) Problemanalyse, (3) Monitoring, (4) Wirkungsanalyse und (5) Nutzen-Kosten- Analyse.

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    Paper provided by Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) in its series Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Labor Market Policy and Employment with number FS I 97-204.

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