Evaluating Local Economic and Employment Development

How to Assess What Works among Programmes and Policies

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Evaluating Local Economic and Employment Development is one of the few books to examine best practices in evaluating programmes for local and regional economic and employment development.  Appropriate for a non-technical readership, this book contains policy proposals for central and local governments aimed at improving the practice of evaluation, enlarging the evidence base for policy and developing a culture of evaluation.

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A Commentary on the Frederik and George Treyz's Paper and the Workshop “Analysis Policies for Local Development Using Forecasting Models”

The workshop began with a brief introduction to what REMI can do, in terms of the issues it can be used to address and how this is accomplished. Dr Treyz provided a description of the key elements of the model: - an input output structure; - general equilibrium elements, with long-term responses to prices and wages; - an econometric component based on time series modelling to incorporate...


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