Improving the Provision of Active Labour Market Policies in Estonia

This report on Estonia is the seventh country study published in a series of reports looking into how policies connect people with jobs. It discusses the set-up and performance of active labour market policies (ALMPs) in Estonia. In particular, the report analyses the institutional and regulatory framework of ALMP provision in Estonia, assesses the need for ALMPs in the Estonian population and evaluates whether ALMPs reach the people they are targeted to. For that purpose, the report relies on the analysis of a rich set of linked administrative data which allow to identify the labour market obstacles faced by people furthest from the labour market, and identify gaps and overlaps in the ALMPs and related support provided to them.

Published on March 02, 2021

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Acronyms and abbreviations
Executive summary
Assessment and recommendations
Recent trends in the Estonian labour market
Institutional and regulatory set-up of active labour market policy provision in Estonia
Outreach activities and targeting of active labour market policies by the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund
Groups in need of active labour market policies and their obstacles to labour market inclusion
Active labour market policy coverage among people with weak labour market attachment
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