RegionalLabour and social trends in ASEAN 2010: Sustaining recovery and development through decent work
The fifth issue of the Labour and Social Trends report presents an update of major trends in employment and social conditions in the ASEAN region since the beginning of the recent global economic and jobs crisis, while also reviewing national policy responses and identifying lessons learned for the post-crisis era.
Labour and social trends in ASEAN 2008: Driving competitiveness and prosperity with decent work
The fourth issue of the Labour and Social Trends series once again focuses on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The report presents an update in major trends in employment and social conditions and looks ahead to 2015 with informed projections, likely scenarios and their policy implications.
Labour and social trends in ASEAN 2007: Integration, challenges and opportunities
The third issue of the Labour and Social Trends series focuses on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The report presents major trends in employment and social conditions in this dynamic region, followed by thematic chapters on key employment and social issues and an updated statistical annex.
Labour and social trends in Asia and the Pacific 2006: progress towards decent work
The second issue of the Labour and Social Trends series has the special purpose of providing background data and analysis of key labour market issues for the Fourteenth ILO Asian Regional Meeting, which took place in Busan, Republic of Korea from 29 August to 1 September 2006.
Labour and social trends in Asia and the Pacific 2005
The first issue of the Labour and Social Trends series presents major trends in employment and social conditions in the world’s most populous region, while also drawing attention to key policy challenges in the regions’ labour market
CountryLabour and social trends in Cambodia 2010
This publication is data-driven, with a focus on analyzing the latest demographic, labour market and economic trends and highlighting their policy implications in a clear and approachable manner. A detailed statistical annex is also attached to this report, with the aim of contributing to the development of internationally comparable, gender-sensitive indicators to measure progress in decent work. The report is intended as a practical information source for policy makers, researchers and other individuals and organizations working in the economic and social arena.
Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2012: Working for a sustainable and equitable economy
The fifth issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia analyses progress towards the goal of sustainable growth with equity. A key point here is ensuring that employment is sustainable in the short, medium and long term - which is intricately linked to the use of the environment and the decency of work.
Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2011: Promoting job-rich growth in provinces
The fourth issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia focuses on employment growth in provinces. Indonesia has maintained positive economic growth for over a decade and this trend is forecasted to continue with acceleration in economic expansion. It is obvious that bright opportunities lie ahead of Indonesia.
Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2010: translating economic growth into employment creation
The third issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia focuses on turning robust economic growth into creation of decent work and productive employment. Indonesia weathered the global financial crisis much better than advanced economies and neighbouring countries, maintaining a positive economic growth. Economic forecasts of various sources unanimously suggest faster economic growth for Indonesia at above six per cent per year in the coming years. It is obvious that opportunities lie ahead of Indonesia.
Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2009: Recovery and beyond through decent work
Analyses the impact of the global financial, economic and jobs crisis on Indonesia’s labour.
Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2008: progress and pathways to job-rich development
Presents the socioeconomic and labour market trends in South-East Asia’s largest economy with the aim of drawing attention to key policy challenges posed by these trends during the Decent Work Decade. In particular, the report seeks to inform the formulation and development of the next Medium Term Development Plan (2010-2014) and roadmap for achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Labour and Social Trends in Nepal 2010
This report is the first issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Nepal. The report was produced by Professor B. Pyakuryal with technical inputs from the National Planning Commission (NPC) and ILO. It presents the socioeconomic and labour market trends in Nepal and examines some of the key opportunities and challenges in the labour market situation. It is in line with the ILO Global Jobs Pact's policies. The report contributes to the constructive policy for a sustainable and inclusive development in Nepal.
Labour and social trends in Viet Nam 2009/10
The report was developed by the Institute of Labour Science and Social Affairs with the technical support from the International Labour Organization (ILO). It provides an overview of recent labour market trends in the country.
Labour and social trends in Sri Lanka 2009
Presents an overview of major trends in labour and social conditions in Sri Lanka, while also drawing attention to key policy challenges posed by these trends. The report looks ahead to 2020 with informed projections, likely scenarios and policy implications.