Cream-skimming, parking and other intended and unintended effects of performance-based contracting in social welfare services
Pierre Koning () and
CPB Discussion Paper from CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
We analyze the incentive effects of performance-based contracts, as well as their impacts on provider job placement rates, using unique data on Dutch cohorts of unemployed and disabled workers that were assigned to private social-welfare providers in 2002-2005.
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Working Paper: Cream-Skimming, Parking and Other Intended and Unintended Effects of Performance-Based Contracting in Social Welfare Services (2010)
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