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[Conference] International Seminar on Activation Policies and the Performance of Employment Services

Type Conference
Venue Lexington Hotel Grand Station (15F), Seoul, Korea Date 2009-11-04
Host Ministry of Labor, OECD Organizer Korea Labor Institute
URL http://www.kli.re.kr/kli_ehome/notice/vew.ehome-400000?pageNo=3&condition=&keyword=&rowNum=&year=&seq=310
 Objectives: The Seminar aims to discuss the significance of the activation policies that are recently being adopted around the world. For this purpose, activation policies of the 3 major European countries and Korea will be reviewed. The Seminar is opportune for identifying conditions where activation policies can be effectively implemented in Korea.
Program
09:30~10:00  Registration
10:00~10:10  Opening address
- Chong Soo Chung(Vice Minister of Labor)
10:10~10:20  Congratulatory address
- Ki Seong Park
(President, Korea Labor Institute)
10:20~12:20     Session I
 - Kil-Sang Yoo(Korea University of Technology and Education)
 
  Presentation 1: “Activation”, Benefits and labour market outcomes
 - David Grubb(OECD)
 - Discussion: Eui Sung Jang(Director General for Employment Services Bureau)
 
  Presentation 2: Activation policies in Germany
 - Regina Konle-Seidl(Institut fur Arbeitsmarkt und Beruftsforschung)
 - Discussion: Dong-Heon Kim(Dongguk Univ.)
12:20~13:40  Lunch
13:40~15:40   Session II
 - Jaewoo Ryoo(Kookmin University, National Assembly Research Service)

   Presentation 3: Activation policy in Denmark
 - Per Kongshøj Madsen(Aalborg University, Denmark)
 - Discussion: Byung-Hee Lee(Korea Labor Institute)
 
  Presentation 4
: ‘Employment First’: Activation Policies in Great Britain
 - Dan Finn(University of Portsmouth, UK)
 - Discussion: Sangeun Lee (Soongsil Univ.)
15:40~16:00  Break
16:00~18:00   Session III
 - Woo Hyun Cho(Soongsil University)

  Presentation 5:
Evaluation of Korea's activation policy and direction for development
 - Deok Soon Hwang(Korea Labor Institute)
 
  Panel discussion
All presenters and discussants