Suchprofil: Arbeitsvermittlung
Durchsuchter Fertigstellungsmonat: 12/09



   Journal= {Sociological Methods and Research},
   Volume= {38},
   Number= {2},
   Author= {Matissa Hollister},
   Title= {Is Optimal Matching suboptimal?},
   Year= {2009},
   Pages= {235-264},
   ISBN= {ISSN 0049-1241},
   Abstract= {"Optimal matching (OM) is a method for measuring the similarity between pairs of sequences (e.g., work histories). This article discusses two problems with optimal matching. First, the author identifies a flaw in OM ''indel costs'' and proposes a solution to this flaw. Second, the author discusses the need for benchmarks to measure the added value of OM and to test competing versions. To that end, the author conducts an empirical test of traditional OM, the alternative localized OM, and sequence comparison. The test documents the problem with traditional OM and shows that it is solved by localized OM. The test also demonstrates the value of OM and sequence comparison in examining occupational sequences; both methods capture variation beyond traditional human capital and status attainment measures, although the marginal improvements of OM over sequence comparison may not justify its computational complexity. These results point to the need for more systematic approaches to sequence analysis methods." (author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: matching - Erfolgskontrolle; Jugendliche; Berufsverlauf; Berufseinmündung; Arbeitsvermittlung; matching; matching - Methode; Arbeitsmarktforschung; USA; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 1979; E 2007},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 1142},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k091203p01},


   Annote= {Sign.: 91-K.0115;},
   Editor= {David H. Autor},
   Title= {Studies of labor market intermediation},
   Year= {2009},
   Pages= {447},
   Annote= {Art: Sammelwerk},
   Address= {Chicago u.a.},
   Publisher= {University of Chicago Press},
   Series= {National Bureau of Economic Research. Conference report},
   ISBN= {ISBN 978-0-226-03288-7},
   Abstract= {"From the traditional craft hiring hall to the Web site, a multitude of institutions exist to facilitate the matching of workers with firms. The diversity of such Labor Market Intermediaries (LMIs) encompasses criminal records providers, public employment offices, labor unions, temporary help agencies, and centralized medical residency matches. The book analyzes how these third-party actors intercede where workers and firms meet, thereby aiding, impeding, and, in some cases, exploiting the matching process. By building a conceptual foundation for analyzing the roles that these understudied economic actors serve in the labor market, this volume develops both a qualitative and quantitative sense of their significance to market operation and worker welfare. Cross-national in scope, the book is distinctive in coalescing research on a set of market institutions that are typically treated as isolated entities, thus setting a research agenda for analyzing the changing shape of employment in an era of rapid globalization and technological change." (author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
David H. Autor: Studies of labor market intermediatioin - introduction (1-23);
I. Reducing search costs
Alice O. Nakamura, Kathryn L. Shaw, Richard B. Freeman, Emi Nakamura, Amanda Pyman: Jobs Online (27-65);
Betsey Stevenson: The intenet and job search (67-86);
II. Mitigating adverse selection
Keith Finlay: Effect of employer access to criminal history data on the labor market outcomes of ex-offenders and non-offenders (89-125);
Manuel F. Bagues, Mauro Sylos Labini: Do online labor market intermediaries matter? The impact of AlmaLaurea on the University-to-work transition (127-154);
Woon Lee: Privat deception and the rise of public employment offices in the United States, 1890-1930 (155-181);
Morris M. Kleiner, Richard M. Todd: Mortgage broker regulations that matter - analyzing earning, employment, and outcomes for consumers (183-231);
III. Solving collective action problems
Muriel Niederle, Alvin E. Roth: The effects of a centralized clearinghouse on job placement, wages, and hiring practices (235-271);
Richard B. Freeman, M. Marit Rehavi: Helping workers online and offline - innovations in Union and worker organization using the internet (273-306);
IV. Solving information problems - the special case of temporary help agencies
Rene Böheim, Ana Rute Cardoso: Temporary help service employment in Portugal, 1995-2000 (309-334);
Michael Kvasnicka: Does temporary help work provide a stepping stone to regular employment? (335-372);
Fredrik Andersson, Harry J. Holzer, Julia Lane: Temporary help agencies and the advancement prospects of low earners (373-398);
Carolyn J. Heinrich, Peter R. Mueser, Kenneth R. Troske: The role of temporary help emoloyment in low-wage worker advanvement (399-436).},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Arbeitsvermittlung; Arbeitsverwaltung; Arbeitsvermittlungsmonopol; private Arbeitsvermittlung; Arbeitnehmerüberlassung; Niedriglohn; Leiharbeit; Gewerkschaft; Arbeitsvermittlung - historische Entwicklung; 19. Jahrhundert; Jobbörse; Internet; Straffällige; Hochschulabsolventen; Arbeitsmarktchancen; Personalbeschaffung; USA; },
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: 91-K.0115},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k090721f11},

   Institution={INBAS-Sozialforschung GmbH, Frankfurt am Main (Hrsg.)},
   Editor= {Peter Engelhard},
   Title= {Netzwerk SGB II : Status-Check SGB II. Dokumentation der Tagung vom 2. - 3. Juli 2009 in Potsdam, Version 1.0},
   Year= {2009},
   Pages= {208},
   Annote= {Art: Dokumentation; graue Literatur},
   Address= {Frankfurt am Main},
   ISBN= {ISBN 978-3-928199-34-6},
   Annote= {URL:},
   Abstract= {Jann Jacobs: Grußwort (5-8);
Günther Horzetzky: Statusbericht SGB II - Organisations- und Instrumentenreform (9-15);
Martin Dietz: Wirtschaftskrise und Auswirkungen auf den Arbeitsmarkt im Rechtskreis SGB II (17-31);
Hermann Kostrewa: Das SBG II im Status-Check (33-42);
Friedrich Graffe: Das SGB II - Erwartungen, Bewertung, strategische Optionen. Die Sicht der kommunalen Sozialpolitik (43-49);
Jonathan I. Fahlbusch: Das SGB II im Spannungsfeld von Arbeitsmarktpolitik und Fürsorgesystem (51-57);
Heinrich Alt: SGB II im Bewährungstest - Aufstellung des Systems in der Krise von Wirtschaft und Arbeitsmarkt (59-66);
Bernd Buchheit: Reformperspektiven der SGB II-Umsetzung (67-79);
AG 1: Pschychosoziale Hilfen im Kontext des SGB II (81-98);
AG 2: Arbeitsmarktpolitik in der Krise des Arbeitsmarktes (101-112);
AG 3: Integration in Kooperation mit Unternehmen (113-117-);
AG 4: Arbeit und Familie fördern (119-134);
AG 5: Das reformierte Instrumentarium im Netzwerktest (135-169);
AG 6: Schnittstellen zwischen SGB II und SGB III (171-184);
AG 7: SGB II und kommunale Handlungsfelder (185-196);
AG 8: Fallmanagement als Engpaß? (197-198);
AG 9: Arbeitsmarktkrise -- wie machen es die anderen? (199-206).},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Sozialgesetzbuch II; Beschäftigungspolitik; Arbeitsmarktpolitik - Instrumentarium; Beschäftigungseffekte; Wirtschaftskrise - Auswirkungen; ARGE; arbeitsmarktpolitische Maßnahme; Arbeitsmarktpolitik - Erfolgskontrolle; Arbeitsvermittlung; matching; berufliche Integration; Reformpolitik; Hartz-Reform; Arbeitslosenquote; Arbeitsmarktstruktur; regionaler Arbeitsmarkt; Arbeitsmarktentwicklung; strukturschwache Räume; Beschäftigungsförderung; Kommunalpolitik; Kurzarbeit; aktivierende Arbeitsmarktpolitik; aktivierende Sozialpolitik; psychosoziale Versorgung; Arbeitslose; Arbeitsuchende; Beruf und Familie; Netzwerk; Oder-Spree; Potsdam; Brandenburg; Offenbach; Hessen; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 2008; E 2009},
   Annote= {Sprache: de},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k091127307},

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