|Author||Mosley, Hugh ♦ Mayer, Antje|
|Publisher||Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB)|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Social sciences ♦ Economics|
|Subject Keyword||Arbeitsmarktpolitik ♦ Beschäftigungspolitik ♦ Arbeitslosigkeit ♦ Vergleich ♦ Deskriptive Statistik ♦ EU-Staaten ♦ Welt|
|Abstract||The radar chart approach is one of a number of special analytical tools that have been developed in connection with benchmarking in the private and public sectors. Although well established as a management tool, the radar chart approach has to our knowledge never been applied to benchmarking labour market performance. This paper assesses the usefulness of the radar chart approach in this policy area. The radar chart approach makes two important contributions: First, it provides a simplified presentation of multiple performance indicators, which is highly intuitive even to non-experts. Second, the surface area, formed by the four (or more) axes, can also be used as a composite performance indicator. [Der Radar-Chart-Ansatz ist einer von mehreren Analyse-Instrumenten, die speziell für das Benchmarking im privaten und öffentlichen Sektor entwickelt worden sind. Als Management-Instrument sehr gebräuchlich, wurde die Radar- Chart-Methode nach unserer Kenntnis bisher nicht für das Benchmarking der Leistungsfähigkeit von Arbeitsmärkten verwendet. In diesem Beitrag wird die Nützlichkeit der Radar-Chart-Methode für dieses Politikfeld untersucht. Zwei Vorteile des Radar-Chart-Ansatzes stechen ins Auge: Erstens bietet es in einfacher und überschaubarer Form die Möglichkeit, mehrere Leistungsindikatoren gleichzeitig darzustellen, die auch für Nicht-Experten schnell erfaßbar sind. Zweitens kann die aus mehreren Teilflächen bestehende Gesamtfläche als Gesamtleistungs-Indikator interpretiert werden.]|
|Part of series||WZB Discussion Paper xFS I 99-202|
|Learning Resource Type||Article|
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