Year

1998

Abstract

The main aim of the national reemployment project in China is to redeploy workers identified as redundant within urban state owned enterprises (SOEs) to new jobs.1 As part of a larger effort to document the success of the reemployment project in China, a net impact analysis of retraining will be performed using a sample drawn from three cities which span the range of economic conditions in China: Shanghai, Wuhan and Shenyang. 2 This paper presents a practical design for the sampling necessary to undertake the evaluation.

Issue Date

August 1998

Subject Areas

INTERNATIONAL ISSUES; International labor comparisons; WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT; Public training programs

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Citation

O'Leary, Christopher J., and Benu Bidani. 1998. "Design for a Net Impact Evaluation of Retraining in China." Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.