The evaluation of labour market programs: some issues for Aboriginal policy formulation from experience in the United States
This paper considers some of the major issues involved in evaluating labour market programs for Aboriginal people in the light of the extensive United States (US) literature on the topic. The paper focuses on the US experience under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), with some reference to the Training for Aboriginals Program (TAP) in Australia. It first considers the need for clearly stated objectives in the formulation of labour market programs. It then outlines some of the...[Show more]
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