Addressing long-term unemployment in the aftermath of the Great Recession.¬†Lawrence Katz, December 3, 2014, Paper. “In the aftermath of the Great Recession, there remains a large number of long-term unemployed across countries. This column argues that policies targeting the long-term unemployed, if effective, may have substantial benefits for the aggregate labour markets. However, evidence of the effectiveness of active labour market policies varies across policies and populations…”¬†Link