Large scale social experimentation in Britain: what can and cannot be learnt from the Employment Retention and Advancement demonstration

Greenberg, D. and Morris, S. 2003. Large scale social experimentation in Britain: what can and cannot be learnt from the Employment Retention and Advancement demonstration. London Cabinet Office.

TitleLarge scale social experimentation in Britain: what can and cannot be learnt from the Employment Retention and Advancement demonstration
AuthorsGreenberg, D. and Morris, S.
Year2003
PublisherCabinet Office
Publication dates
Published2003
Place of publicationLondon
SeriesGovernment Chief Social Researcher’s Office, Occasional Paper Series
ISBN0711504504
Web address (URL)http://www.qec-eran.org/projects/SEFAA/documents/lsse.pdf
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