The Effects of Job Training Programs on Employability among College Graduates (in Korean)
Chung Choe (),
Namju Kim () and
Koangsung Choi ()
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Namju Kim: Economic Research Institute, The Bank of Korea
Koangsung Choi: Department of Applied Economics, Hanyang University
Economic Analysis (Quarterly), 2018, vol. 24, issue 2, 1-27
This paper examines the effects of various training programs on employment rate of college graduates. Training programs for youth in Korea are conducted by several types of providers, and are thus likely to generate heterogeneous effects. Using the Graduate Occupational Mobility Survey (2009-2013), we estimate the effects of job training on employability by applying a Generalized Propensity Score Matching method. The results confirm heterogeneous treatment effects among training types – while no effects are found with respect to training by private providers, there exist statistically significant effects of training by both public and college providers.
Keywords: Job training; Youth employment rate; Generalized Propensity Score Matching method (GPS); Multiple treatment effects (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C31 C34 J13 J64 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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