New deal for young people: national survey of participants: stage 1

Bryson, A., Knight, G. and White, M. 2000. New deal for young people: national survey of participants: stage 1. Sheffield, UK Employment Service.

TitleNew deal for young people: national survey of participants: stage 1
AuthorsBryson, A., Knight, G. and White, M.
TypeProject report
Abstract

This report covers the early experiences of participants‚ of New Deal for Young People aged 18-24 years, based on the first wave of a two wave nationally representative survey of entrants to the programme. It looks at participants experiences approximately 6 months after programme entry and covers mainly the gateway and early Options stage

FileBryson_Knight_White_2000.pdf
Year2000
PublisherEmployment Service
Place of publicationSheffield, UK
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SeriesResearch & development report
Journal citationESR44

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Bryson, A., Cappellari, L. and Lucifora, C. 2004. Job satisfaction and employer behaviour. in: Bazen, S., Lucifora, C. and Salverda, W. (ed.) Job Quality and Employer Behaviour London, UK Policy Studies Institute. pp. 67-86

What effect do unions have on wages now and would freeman and medoff be surprised?
Blanchflower, D.G. and Bryson, A. 2004. What effect do unions have on wages now and would freeman and medoff be surprised? Journal of Labor Research. 25 (3), pp. 383-414. doi:10.1007/s12122-004-1022-9

Ways in and out of low income in rural England: a report to the Countryside Agency
Kempson, E. and White, M. 2003. Ways in and out of low income in rural England: a report to the Countryside Agency. London Countryside Agency.

Why do voice regimes differ?
Willman, P., Bryson, A. and Gomez, R. 2003. Why do voice regimes differ? London Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.

2003 Evaluation of Adult Basic Skills Pathfinder Activities: An Overview
White, M. 2003. 2003 Evaluation of Adult Basic Skills Pathfinder Activities: An Overview. Leeds, UK Corporate Document Services.

Permanent revolution: the case of Britain's welfare-to-work regime
Bryson, A. 2003. Permanent revolution: the case of Britain's welfare-to-work regime. Benefits: Journal of Poverty and Social Justice. 11 (1), pp. 11-17.

Future of Unions in Modern Britain: Mid-Term Report on Leverhulme Trust-funded Research Programme 2000-2002
Bryson, A. 2003. Future of Unions in Modern Britain: Mid-Term Report on Leverhulme Trust-funded Research Programme 2000-2002. in: Future of Unions in Modern Britain: Mid-Term Report on Leverhulme Trust-funded Research Programme 2000-2002 London Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.

Segmentation, Switching Costs and the Demand for Unionization in Britain: Frustrated Demand for Union Membership and Representation in Britain
Bryson, A. and Gomez, G. 2003. Segmentation, Switching Costs and the Demand for Unionization in Britain: Frustrated Demand for Union Membership and Representation in Britain. London Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.

Buying Into Union Membership
Bryson, A. and Gomez, G. 2003. Buying Into Union Membership. in: Gospel, H. and Wood, S. (ed.) Representing Workers: Union Recognition and membership in Britain pp. 72-91

From Welfare to Workfare
Bryson, A. 2003. From Welfare to Workfare. in: Millar, J. (ed.) Understanding Social Security: issues for policy and practice Bristol Policy Press.

Evaluation of adult basic skills Pathfinder Extension activities: stage 1 surveys of learners and teachers
White, M., Killeen, J. and Taylor, R.F. 2003. Evaluation of adult basic skills Pathfinder Extension activities: stage 1 surveys of learners and teachers. Leeds, UK Corporate Document Services.

Evaluation of lone parent adviser meetings: interim findings from administrative data analysis
Knight, G. and White, M. 2003. Evaluation of lone parent adviser meetings: interim findings from administrative data analysis. Department for Work and Pensions. doi:DWPresearchreportW159

Labour market policy and macro-economic job search impacts
Knight, G. 2003. Labour market policy and macro-economic job search impacts. London, UK Policy Studies Institute.

Working Families' Tax Credit and Disabled Person's Tax Credit: a survey of employers
Coleman, N., Peters, M., Bryson, A. and Bewley, H. 2003. Working Families' Tax Credit and Disabled Person's Tax Credit: a survey of employers. London, UK Inland Revenue.

Profiling benefit claimants in Britain: a feasibility study
Bryson, A. and Kasparova, D. 2003. Profiling benefit claimants in Britain: a feasibility study. Leeds, UK Corporate Document Services.

Working with dinosaurs?: Union effectiveness in delivering for employees
Bryson, A. 2003. Working with dinosaurs?: Union effectiveness in delivering for employees. London, UK Policy Studies Institute.

Employee Desire for Unionisation in Britain and its Implications for Union Organising
Bryson, A. 2003. Employee Desire for Unionisation in Britain and its Implications for Union Organising. London, UK Policy Studies Institute.

'High-performance' management practices, working hours and work-life balance
White, M., Hill, S., McGovern, P., Mills, C. and Smeaton, D. 2003. 'High-performance' management practices, working hours and work-life balance. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 41 (2), pp. 175-191. doi:10.1111/1467-8543.00268

Findings from the macro evaluation of the New Deal for Young People
White, M. 2002. Findings from the macro evaluation of the New Deal for Young People. Leeds Corporate Document Services.

The Size of the Union Membership Wage Premium in Britain's Private Sector
Bryson, A. 2002. The Size of the Union Membership Wage Premium in Britain's Private Sector. London Policy Studies Institute.

The Union Wage Premium: An Analysis Using Propensity Score Matching
Bryson, A. 2002. The Union Wage Premium: An Analysis Using Propensity Score Matching. London, UK London School of Economics.

Marching on together? Recent trends in union membership
Bryson, A. and Gomez, R. 2002. Marching on together? Recent trends in union membership. in: Park, A., Curtice, J., Thomson, K., Jarvis, L. and Bromley, C. (ed.) British Social Attitudes: the 19th Report London Sage.

Changes over time in union relative wage effects in the UK and the US Revisited
Blanchflower, D.G. and Bryson, A. 2002. Changes over time in union relative wage effects in the UK and the US Revisited. Cambridge, Mass. National Bureau of Economic Research.

Findings from the macro evaluation of the new deal for young people
White, M. and Wiley, R. 2002. Findings from the macro evaluation of the new deal for young people. Leeds, UK Corporate Document Services.

Benchmarking the effectiveness of New Deal for Young People
Knight, G. and White, M. 2002. Benchmarking the effectiveness of New Deal for Young People. London, UK Report commissioned by National Audit Office for submission report HC 639 "New Deal for Young People" Session 2001-2002, 28 February 2002.

The use of propensity score matching in the evaluation of active labour market policies
Bryson, A., Dorsett, R. and Purdon, S. 2002. The use of propensity score matching in the evaluation of active labour market policies. London, UK Department for Work and Pensions.

They get knocked down: do they get up again? Displaced workers in Britain and Australia
Borland, J., Gregg, P., Knight, G. and Wadsworth, J. 2002. They get knocked down: do they get up again? Displaced workers in Britain and Australia. in: Kuhn, P.J. (ed.) Losing work, moving on: international perspectives on worker displacement Kalamazoo, USA W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. pp. 301-374

Evaluation of New Deal for Young People in Scotland: phase 2
Bonjour, D., Knight, G. and Lissenburgh, S. 2002. Evaluation of New Deal for Young People in Scotland: phase 2. Edinburgh Scottish Executive Central Research Unit.

Enterprise and Lifelong Learning research findings no. 4: evaluation of New Deal for Young People in Scotland: phase 2
Bonjour, D., Knight, G. and Lissenburgh, S. 2002. Enterprise and Lifelong Learning research findings no. 4: evaluation of New Deal for Young People in Scotland: phase 2. Edinburgh Scottish Executive Central Research Unit.

Joint claims for JSA: quantitative evaluation of labour market effects
Bonjour, D., Dorsett, R., Knight, G. and Lissenburgh, S. 2002. Joint claims for JSA: quantitative evaluation of labour market effects. Sheffield, UK Department for Work and Pensions. doi:Workingageevaluationreport117

The effect of careers guidance for employed adults on continuing education: assessing the importance of attitudinal information
White, M. and Killeen, J. 2002. The effect of careers guidance for employed adults on continuing education: assessing the importance of attitudinal information. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A. 165 (10), pp. 83-95. doi:10.1111/1467-985X.0asp9

Benchmarking the effectiveness of NDYP: a review of European and US literature on the microeconomic effects of labour market programmes for young people
White, M. and Knight, G. 2002. Benchmarking the effectiveness of NDYP: a review of European and US literature on the microeconomic effects of labour market programmes for young people. London, UK Policy Studies Institute.

Employee Voice, Workplace Closure and Employment Growth: a Panel Analysis
Bryson, A. 2001. Employee Voice, Workplace Closure and Employment Growth: a Panel Analysis. London Policy Studies Institute.

Union Effects on Workplace Governance 1983–1998
Bryson, A. 2001. Union Effects on Workplace Governance 1983–1998. London Policy Studies Institute.

Youth Unemployment, Labour Market Programmes and Health: A Review of the Literature
Lakey, J., Mukherjee, A. and White, M. 2001. Youth Unemployment, Labour Market Programmes and Health: A Review of the Literature. Policy Studies Institute.

Macro-economic evaluation of new deal for young people: job search impacts using LFS data
Knight, G. and White, M. 2001. Macro-economic evaluation of new deal for young people: job search impacts using LFS data. Policy Studies Institute.

The foundation of 'partnership'? Union effects on employee trust in management
Bryson, A. 2001. The foundation of 'partnership'? Union effects on employee trust in management. National Institute Economic Review. 176, pp. 91-104. doi:10.1177/002795010117600108

Union Effects On Managerial and Employee Perceptions of Employee Relations in Britain
Bryson, A. 2001. Union Effects On Managerial and Employee Perceptions of Employee Relations in Britain. London Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.

Youth-Adult Differences in the Demand for Unionization: Are American, British and Canadian Workers All That Different?
Bryson, A., Gomez, R., Gunderson, M. and Meltz, N. 2001. Youth-Adult Differences in the Demand for Unionization: Are American, British and Canadian Workers All That Different? London Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.

The Responsiveness of House Prices to Macroeconomic Forces: a Cross-Country Comparison
Kasparova, D. and White, M. 2001. The Responsiveness of House Prices to Macroeconomic Forces: a Cross-Country Comparison. European Journal of Housing Policy. 1 (3), pp. 385-416. doi:10.1080/14616710110091561

Evaluation of New Deal for Young People in Scotland: phase 1
Lakey, J. and Knight, G. 2001. Evaluation of New Deal for Young People in Scotland: phase 1. Edinburgh, Scotland Scottish Executive Central Research Unit.

Self-employment in rural England: a report to the Countryside Agency
Kempson, E. and White, M. 2001. Self-employment in rural England: a report to the Countryside Agency. Countryside Agency.

New Deal for Young People in Scotland - phase 1
Lakey, J. and Knight, G. 2001. New Deal for Young People in Scotland - phase 1. Edinburgh Scottish Executive Central Research Unit.

Enterprise and Lifelong Learning research findings no.1: New Deal for Young People in Scotland - phase 1
Lakey, J. and Knight, G. 2001. Enterprise and Lifelong Learning research findings no.1: New Deal for Young People in Scotland - phase 1. Edinburgh Scottish Executive Central Research Unit.

Macro-economic evaluation of new deal for young people: job search impacts using LFS data
Knight, G. 2001. Macro-economic evaluation of new deal for young people: job search impacts using LFS data. Policy Studies Institute.

Collective bargaining and workplace performance: an investigation using the workplace employee relations survey 1998
Bryson, A. and Wilkinson, D. 2001. Collective bargaining and workplace performance: an investigation using the workplace employee relations survey 1998. London, UK Department of Trade and Industry. doi:EmplomentRelationsResearchSeriesNo.12

New deal for young people: national survey of participants: stage 2
Bonjour, D., Dorsett, R., Knight, G., Lissenburgh, S., Mukherjee, A., Payne, J., Range, M., Urwin, P.J. and White, M. 2001. New deal for young people: national survey of participants: stage 2. Sheffield, UK Employment Service. doi:EmploymentServiceResearchandDevelopmentReportESR67

Joint claims for JSA: quantitative survey stage 1: potential claimants
Bonjour, D., Dorsett, R. and Knight, G. 2001. Joint claims for JSA: quantitative survey stage 1: potential claimants. Sheffield, UK Employment Service.

Have British Workers Lost Their Voice or Have They Gained a New One?
Bryson, A. 2000. Have British Workers Lost Their Voice or Have They Gained a New One? London Policy Studies Institute.

The Impact of Careers Guidance for Employed Adults in Continuing Education: assessing the importiance of attitudinal information
White, M. and Killeen, J. 2000. The Impact of Careers Guidance for Employed Adults in Continuing Education: assessing the importiance of attitudinal information. London Policy Studies Institute.

The Medium-term Effects of the Voluntary Stage of ONE
Marsh, A., Green, H., Connolly, H. and Bryson, A. 2000. The Medium-term Effects of the Voluntary Stage of ONE. Leeds Corporate Document Services.

The First Effects of Earnings Top-up
Finlayson, L., Ford, R., Marsh, A., White, M. and Smith, A. 2000. The First Effects of Earnings Top-up. Leeds Corporate Document Services.

Longitudinal Data for Policy Analysis
White, M., Payne, J. and Lakey, J. 2000. Longitudinal Data for Policy Analysis. Office for National Statistics.

Lone Mothers' Poverty and Employment
Pedersen, L., Weise, H., Jacobs, S. and White, M. 2000. Lone Mothers' Poverty and Employment. in: Gallie, D. and Paugam, S. (ed.) Welfare Regimes and the Experience of Unemployment in Europe Oxford Oxford University Press.

Impact of Careers Guidance on Employed Adult People
Killeen, J. and White, M. 2000. Impact of Careers Guidance on Employed Adult People. London Department for Education and Employment.

The Employment of Lone Mothers in Denmark and Great Britain
White, M. 2000. The Employment of Lone Mothers in Denmark and Great Britain. Department of Social Security.

New Deal for Young People: Towards an Ethical Employment Policy?
White, M. 2000. New Deal for Young People: Towards an Ethical Employment Policy? Policy Studies. 21 (4), pp. 285-299. doi:10.1080/713691375

Lifetime experiences of self-employment
Knight, G. and McKay, S. 2000. Lifetime experiences of self-employment. Leeds, UK Corporate Document Services.

Heaven knows I'm miserable now: job insecurity in the British labour market
Gregg, P., Knight, G. and Wadsworth, J. 2000. Heaven knows I'm miserable now: job insecurity in the British labour market. in: Heery, E. and Salmon, J. (ed.) The insecure workforce London Routledge. pp. 39-56

Worker Displacement in Australia and Britain
Borland, J., Gregg, P., Knight, G. and Wadsworth, J. 1999. Worker Displacement in Australia and Britain. Canada CILN-Upjohn Institute.

A Review of US and European Literature on the Microeconomic Effects of Labour Market Programmes for Young People
Auspos, P., Riccio, J.A. and White, M. 1999. A Review of US and European Literature on the Microeconomic Effects of Labour Market Programmes for Young People. Sheffield Employment Service.

Low Paid Work in Britain: baseline surveys from the Earnings Top-Up pilot evaluation
Marsh, A., Callender, C., Finlayson, L., Green, A. and White, M. 1999. Low Paid Work in Britain: baseline surveys from the Earnings Top-Up pilot evaluation. Leeds Corporate Document Services.

Performance, Equality and Staff Development
White, M. 1999. Performance, Equality and Staff Development. Human Resource Management Journal. 9 (1), pp. 47-54. doi:10.1111/j.1748-8583.1999.tb00188.x

The impact of employee involvement on small firms' financial performance
Bryson, A. 1999. The impact of employee involvement on small firms' financial performance. National Institute Economic Review. 169 (1), pp. 78-95. doi:10.1177/002795019916900109

Are unions good for industrial relations?
Bryson, A. 1999. Are unions good for industrial relations? in: Jowell, R., Curtice, J., Park, A. and Thomson, K. (ed.) British Social Attitudes: the 16th Report Ashgate.

The cost of job loss
Gregg, P., Knight, G. and Wadsworth, J. 1999. The cost of job loss. in: Gregg, P. and Wadsworth, J. (ed.) The state of working Britain Manchester Manchester University Press. pp. 249-258

What it costs to lose your job
Gregg, P., Knight, G. and Wadsworth, J. 1998. What it costs to lose your job. CentrePiece. 3 (3).

Tradables: developing output and price measures for Australia's tradable and non-tradable sectors
Knight, G. and Johnson, L. 1997. Tradables: developing output and price measures for Australia's tradable and non-tradable sectors. Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Information and Advice about Benefits
Kempson, E. and Bryson, A. 1994. Information and Advice about Benefits. London Policy Studies Institute.

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