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This study investigates the impact of selected macroeconomic, demographic, institutional and educational determinants on youth unemployment rates in Europe, with special attention to effects of Active Labour Market Policies on unemployment dynamics. Dynamic panel data estimates have been done with the Generalised Method of Moments on data from 27 E.U. Members States plus Norway (2005-2014). The results indicate significant impact of the main macroeconomic variables on youth unemployment rates,doi:10.1080/1331677x.2018.1480970 fatcat:4kxhig2r2jebnowvvdwimrvtya