Target Group Monitoring in European Regions
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Target Group Monitoring in European Regions : Empirical Findings and Conceptual Approaches

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Target Group Monitoring is a regional approach to generate data to cover adequately the information needs of labour market actors. Approaches from different European regions are presented in this book, applied onto migrants as a target group of labour market politics. Furthermore, the central elements of these approaches are discussed with respect to their suitability for other target groups, such as older or young employees, low-skilled and skilled workers. Finally, methods and techniques are considered to provide a wide scope of information in combining target group and branch/industry approaches. This book was developed by several members of the European Network of Regional Labour Market Monitoring.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 223 pages
  • 149 x 210 x 19mm | 289g
  • Hampp, Rainer
  • English
  • 31 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen
  • 3866182694
  • 9783866182691

Table of contents

1;Foreword of the Editors;6§2;Contents;9§3;List of Tables;11§4;List of Figures;13§5;Address of the European Representation of the Bundesagentur fuer Arbeit (German Federal Employment Agency) in Brussels;16§6;Introduction;17§7;I. Approaches of Target Group Monitoring related to the Labour Market Integration of Migrants;20§7.1;1.1 Challenge of Integrating Migrants in Regional Labour Markets - Scientific and Political Views;20§7.2;1.2 Monitoring Approaches Evolved in Practice;50§7.3;1.3 Using the Conceptual Avenue of Regional Labour Market Monitoring;85§8;II. Requirements for the Application of Conceptual Elements on other Target Groups;116§8.1;2.1 Target Group Monitoring related to Older and Young Employees and Unemployed;116§8.2;2.2 Target Group Monitoring focussing on Low-Skilled, Semi-Skilled and Skilled Employees and Unemployed;144§9;III. Relationship between Target Group Monitoring and Industry Monitoring;171§10;IV. Outlook;189§11;Bibliographical References;212§12;About the Authors;213§13;Abstract;227show more