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Judul Hiring subsidies for people with a disability: evidence from a small-scale social field experiment
Nomor Panggil 331 ILR 156:2 (2017)
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Penerbitan Blackwell Publishing, 2017
Kata Kunci Employment subsidy · worker with disabilities, employment service, employment interview ·
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ISSN00207780
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VolumeVol. 156, No. 2, Juni 2017: hal. 269 - 286
Akses Elektronik
Institusi Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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The effectiveness of hiring subsidies for people with disabilities remains unclear due to potential free-rider, subtitution and signalling effects. The authors propose a novel evaluation approach wherein it is randomly decided wheter or not job applications disclose the subsidy to potential employers. Based on call-back rates for interview, the subsidy is found to be ineffective or even counterproductive in a group of adolescents having completed their vocational training programme. However the negative signalling effect seems to be much weaker in a group of clients of job coaching services who acquired their disability during their working life.
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520The effectiveness of hiring subsidies for people with disabilities remains unclear due to potential free-rider, subtitution and signalling effects. The authors propose a novel evaluation approach wherein it is randomly decided wheter or not job applications disclose the subsidy to potential employers. Based on call-back rates for interview, the subsidy is found to be ineffective or even counterproductive in a group of adolescents having completed their vocational training programme. However the negative signalling effect seems to be much weaker in a group of clients of job coaching services who acquired their disability during their working life.
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