and the labour market
Economic analyses of social and employment initiatives provide the basis for decisions on the development of policies, service levels and services.
The public sector constantly seeks to secure the greatest possible return on the investment of its resources in social initiatives and measures in the labour market.
The problems are often complex – and there are many different considerations to take into account.
We help provide a balanced basis for decision-making that supports the difficult decisions, and we assist our clients in exploiting data and facts at every level of the work.
Why choose Incentive?
This enables us to help organisations including: the National Board of Social Services, the Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment, NGOs, Copenhagen Municipality, the Danish Business Authority, the Danish Regions, the Capital Region of Denmark, Region Zealand, Frederiksberg Municipality, interest groups, etc.
Some of the things we help our clients with
The effects of social initiatives
We assist municipalities and other stakeholders with calculating the economic effects of social initiatives in the short and long term. For example, we calculate the effects on social transfers and treatment costs in the healthcare sector, broken down into municipalities, regions and the state. Our tools include the Socio-economic Investment Model (SØM), which we have developed in collaboration with VIVE for the National Board of Social Services.
We help our clients use data, evidence and economic analyses in their decision-making. We have a solid understanding of statistics, key figures and best practice in the field of social services and employment.
We assist public authorities in evaluating initiatives, programmes, processes, etc. based on evidence, leading evaluation methods and our unique insight into the sector.
Analyses of register data in Denmark
We document the effects of social initiatives and labour policies using register data and economic models. We also document the relationship between sickness and labour market participation.
We help our clients design and use social investment funds.
WE AVOID CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
We work for public authorities, private companies and interest groups. Some of these are competitors or have other types of conflicting interests.
For this reason, we only work for one client at a time within a specific field. We consider a project completed when the client has received and approved the final reporting and we have sent the last invoice. As soon as a project is completed, we can work for another authority/company/organisation in that field.
In certain subject areas, we have entered into a framework contract with an exclusive agreement. This means that in these fields, we do not work for anyone else.
In certain cases, when there is no risk of conflicting interests, we can – in full transparency – work for several clients simultaneously within the same field.
Examples of our work
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