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Equilibrium policy experiments and the evaluation of social programs

Jeremy Lise

Equilibrium policy experiments and the evaluation of social programs

by Jeremy Lise

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self-Sufficiency Project (Canada),
  • Welfare recipients -- Employment -- Canada,
  • Equilibrium (Economics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeremy Lise, Shannon Seitz, Jeffrey Smith.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 10283, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 10283.
    ContributionsSeitz, Shannon N., Smith, Jeffrey A. 1962-, National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23672949M
    LC Control Number2005616218

    Get this from a library! Equilibrium policy experiments and the evaluation of social programs. [Jeremy Lise; Shannon N Seitz; Jeffrey Smith; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "This paper makes three primary contributions. First, we demonstrate the usefulness of general equilibrium models as tools with which to draw policy implications for policies implemented in practice. The substantial general equilibrium effects reported here are illustrative of the feedback effects that are likely to arise in a broad range of other programs that seek to 'make work pay' through the subsidization of search and m evaluation, policy experiments, Self-Sufficiency Project, welfare, social experiments, equilibrium search Author: Jeremy Lise, Shannon Seitz and Jeffrey Smith.

    A popular and practical exploration of the basics of social policy and program analysis, including how to design new programs or evaluate and improve upon existing ones. The fourth edition Social Policy and Social Programs continues to benefit anyone with a practical interest in the analysis, evaluation and design of social policy and programs/5. 1. Introduction. Randomized experiments have a long tradition of being used in the United States to test social policy interventions in the field, dating back to the social experimentation that began in the s. 1 The use of field experiments to test social policies has accelerated in recent years. For example the US Department of Education in founded the Institute for Education Author: W.J. Congdon, J.R. Kling, J. Ludwig, S. Mullainathan.

    Written in a friendly, how-to manner, Social Experiments provides a basic understanding of how to design and implement social experiments and how to interpret their results. Through illustrative examples, the author provides a grounding in the experimental method and gives advice on: designs that best address alternative policy questions; maximizing the precision of the estimates; implementing Cited by: First, we demonstrate the usefulness of general equilibrium models as tools with which to draw policy implications for policies implemented in practice only as small-scale social experiments. Second, we illustrate the usefulness of social experiments as a tool to evaluate equilibrium models.


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Equilibrium Policy Experiments and the Evaluation of Social Programs∗ This paper makes three contributions to the literature on program evaluation. First, we construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium policy experiments and we illustrate effectiveness of general equilibrium models as tools for the evaluation of social programs.

Equilibrium Policy Experiments and the Evaluation of Social Programs | IZA - Institute of Labor Economics This paper makes three contributions to the literature on program evaluation. First, we construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium. This paper makes three contributions to the literature on program evaluation.

First, we construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium policy experiments and we illustrate e®ectiveness of general equilibrium models as tools for the evaluation of social programs.

Second, we demonstrate the usefulness of social experiments as tools to evaluate models. construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium policy experiments and we illustrate effectiveness of general equilibrium m odels as tools for the evaluation of social programs.

Equilibrium Policy Experiments and the Evaluation of Social Programs Article (PDF Available) in Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) August with 70 Reads. evaluate potential policies through social experiments with the literature that evaluates potential policies through model experiments.

We construct a dynamic, equilibrium model that is well-suited for conducting labor market policy experiments and we use the model as a tool for evaluating social programs. equilibrium model that is well-suited for conducting labor market policy experiments and we use the model as a tool for evaluating \make work pay" social programs that either subsidize employment or search.

Our model is based on the textbook matching model of. This paper makes three contributions to the literature on program evaluation. First, we construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium policy experiments and we illustrate effectiveness of general equilibrium models as tools for the evaluation of social programs.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This Discussion Paper is issued within the framework of IZA’s research area Evaluation of Labor Market Policies and Projects. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and not those of the institute.

Research disseminated by IZA may include views on policy, but the institute itself takes no. Econometric Evaluation of Social Programs, Part I and ex post evaluations of programs.

It also considers distributions of treatment effects. These features are absent from the statistical literature on causal inference. A prototyp-ical model of agent choice. The evidence from our model experiments is particularly compelling as we first test the partial equilibrium implications of our model using experimental data: in particular, we calibrate the model to the control group in a randomized experiment and find the model predicts the program group outcomes and the experimental impact estimates very well.

NBER Program(s):Labor Studies, Public Economics This paper makes three primary contributions. First, we demonstrate the usefulness of general equilibrium models as tools with which to draw policy implications for policies implemented in practice only as small-scale social by: First, we construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium policy experiments and we illustrate effectiveness of general equilibrium models as tools for the evaluation of social programs.

Second, we demonstrate the usefulness of social experiments as tools to evaluate models. "Equilibrium Policy Experiments and the Evaluation of Social Programs," University of Western Ontario, Centre for Human Capital and Productivity (CHCP) Working PapersUniversity of Western Ontario, Centre for Human Capital and Productivity (CHCP).

In its broadest meaning, to evaluate means to ascertain the worth of or to fix a value on some object. In this book, we use evaluation in a more restricted sense, as program evaluation or interchangeably as evaluation research, defined as a social science activity directed at collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating information about theFile Size: KB.

Social experimentation and program evaluation are at the very heart of public policy analysis and hence, evidence-based policy making.

However, no one can “speak truth to powers” with poorly executed, misleading and/or incorrect “evidence.” This Format: Paperback. Abstract: This paper makes three contributions to the literature on program evaluation. First, we construct a model that is well-suited to conduct equilibrium policy experiments and we illustrate effectiveness of general equilibrium models as tools for the evaluation of social by: Abstract.

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By Jeremy Lise, Jeffrey Smith and Shannon Seitz. Abstract. assistance. Financial support from the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation is gratefully In this paper we provide new and convincing evidence on the presence and magnitude of feedback effects Author: Jeremy Lise, Jeffrey Smith and Shannon Seitz.