The evaluation study concerning the measure “Possible solutions to unemployment in the fields of agriculture and construction industry”

https://doi.org/10.17221/5182-AGRICECONCitation:Stanek V., Husáková M. (2004): The evaluation study concerning the measure “Possible solutions to unemployment in the fields of agriculture and construction industry”. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 50: 145-151.
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Despite the significant decrease of unemployment in Slovak Republic during the year 2003, the problem of high unemployment is still very relevant. In the previous period, various measures of active labour policy have been applied, and their efficiency was approved or disproved only by their realisation. In order to achieve the highest possible efficiency of the spent financial means, it is desirable that every prepared measure is assessed from different aspects by specialists, independent experts as well as by subjects that are to participate in the particular measure. This contribution represents ex ante evaluation analysis. Its objective is to assess the newly proposed measure in the field of active labour policy. The proposal of the measure was elaborated by Dr. Stanislav Buchta, CSc. and was published in the scientific contribution “Possible solutions of unemployment of workers in agriculture and construction industry” in Agricultural Economics 7/2003.The evaluation ex ante analysis was realised as a part of the bilateral project MATRA “System of regular monitoring, analysis and evaluation of employment policy”, which was carried out in 2001–2003 in partnership with the National Labour Office and the Socio-economic Research Institute at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. The analysis has focused on several groups of assessment perspectives such as problems of analysis, the participation of employers and employees in the proposed system of “maintaining wage”, implementation aspects, comparison of proposed measure with the measures already realised, submission of alternative solution and evaluation of strengths and weaknesses of the measure.
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