The effects of job training programs on the labor market performance of workers in Korea
International organizations, Governments, The Government of South Korea
JooSeop Kim; Hyung-Jai Choi
Monitoring and evaluation
Research papers, Statistical information
01 Nov 2009
This paper is the result of a joint partnership between the Social Protection Unit of the World Bank and the Korean Ministry of Labor on Skills Development. This partnership was aimed at better understanding the Korean skills development strategy and drawing lessons and best practices for developing countries.
This study aims to evaluate the impact of training offered to the unemployed in Korea. It focuses on analyzing the respective employment and earnings effect. The study also provides policy recommendations to developing countries that would be interested in learning from the Korean experience.
Education and training
Asia and the Pacific
Countries and territories:
Republic of Korea