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The Effect of Job Training Programs at a Juvenile Correctional Facility in Japan

Kenji Wada; Akihito Toda; Tomura Kazuki

Title:
The Effect of Job Training Programs at a Juvenile Correctional Facility in Japan
Author(s):
Wada, Kenji
Toda, Akihito
Kazuki, Tomura
Date:
Type:
Reports
Department(s):
Center on Japanese Economy and Business
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Series:
Center on Japanese Economy and Business Working Papers
Part Number:
303
Publisher:
Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia University
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
We consider the effect of characteristics of prison inmates in general and the job training program participation in particular on the recidivism in Japan. By employing individual level dataset from a Kawagoe Juvenile Correctional Facility, we find that some of the inmates characterstics will lower recidivism and the participation in job training is effective in lowering the probability of re-entry into prison.
Subject(s):
Labor economics
Criminology
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Suggested Citation:
Kenji Wada, Akihito Toda, Tomura Kazuki, , The Effect of Job Training Programs at a Juvenile Correctional Facility in Japan, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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