Empirical investigation on the effect of active employment policies, relating to the graduates' unemployment in Greece.

Postgraduate Thesis uoadl:2928825 41 Read counter

Κατεύθυνση Λογιστικής
Βιβλιοθήκη Τμήματος Οικονομικών Επιστημών
Deposit date:
Pagiataki Aspasia
Supervisors info:
Σιάχου Ευαγγελία, Δόκτωρ, Τμήμα Οικονομικών Επιστημών, Εθνικό και Καποδιστριακό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών.
Original Title:
Εμπειρική διερεύνυση της επίδρασης των ενεργητικών πολιτικών απασχόλησης στην ανεργία των πτυχιούχων στην Ελλάδα
Translated title:
Empirical investigation on the effect of active employment policies, relating to the graduates' unemployment in Greece.
Employment policies are considered as active when they aim directly at activating the job
offers and promote measures to enforce employment, create jobs and improving the
employability of the workforce and therefore contributing in reduction of the unemployment.
Manpower Employment Organization (O.A.E.D.) is the public authority of Greece that
managing Active Labor Market Policies.
The activation of the labor market is usually being implemented with subsidized programmes which create new jobs. However, there are other forms of active employment, such as subsidized training programmes, which give the unemployed the opportunity to develop their work-related skills in order to improve his position into the labor market.
The present assignment focuses on the unemployment of graduates in Greece and the interest arises from the fact of the impressively high unemployment rates of graduates in our country compared to those of other countries of the European Union. At the same time, in combination with the growing brain drain phenomenon, the effectiveness of active employment programs aimed at this group of unemployed is questioned.
The main scope of the current assignment is the thorough description of the strategic and operating framework in relation to the active forms of employment in Greece. Additionally, the impact that the implementation of the above policies in the specific factor such as the direct employment, unemployment of graduates and the brain drain avoidance are also at the main core of this research.
The methodology followed is qualitative research. Interviews were conducted through semistructured questionnaires and thematic analysis of the outcome was being followed.
The positive effect of active employment programmes on the immediate employment of the graduates is the main conclusion that comes out of this research. However, the sustainability of the new job positions and the avoidance of the brain drain are not being clarified. Also, it has been occurred relevant disproportions, among the above mentioned programmes in relation to effectiveness.
Main subject category:
Social, Political and Economic sciences
Unemployment, graduates’ unemployment, alternative forms of employment, active employment policies, training and development of employees, professional training, brain drain
Number of index pages:
Contains images:
Number of references:
Number of pages:
Διπλωματική Εργασία_Παγιατάκη Ασπασία.pdf (2 MB) Open in new window