The well-being of labour in contemporary Indian economy : what’s active labour market policy got to do with it?
04 September 2009
Employment Working Paper No. 39
30 August 2009
Employment Working Paper No. 35
Guide to the new Millennium Development Goals Employment indicators : including the full decent work indicator set
10 July 2009
23 June 2009
Employment Working Paper No. 30
28 May 2009
An update of the annual ILO Global Employment Trends series, available since 2003
30 March 2009
Employment Working Paper No. 27
05 March 2009
ILO's fourth edition of the Global Employment Trends for Women
28 January 2009
The global financial crisis has triggered a serious slowdown in world economic growth including recession in the largest industrialized countries. Enterprises have stopped hiring and many are laying off workers in considerable numbers. This report examines what we know already about the impact of the crisis on jobs and what we could expect from several possible scenarios of the way it might evolve in the year ahead.
01 October 2008
ILO's third edition of the Global Employment Trends for Youth
01 June 2008
Employment Working Paper No. 22
01 May 2008
Economic and Labour Market Paper 2008/4
01 May 2008
This volume offers an in-depth analysis of the state of employment in the world today, providing a detailed and comprehensive picture of the serious challenges faced by today's policy-makers...
Active labour market policies around the world. Coping with the consequences of globalization. (Second edition)
30 April 2008
This revised and updated edition provides an authoritative account of how active labour market policies (ALMPs) can help make globalization work better in the interest of workers around the world.
01 April 2008
Employment Working Paper No. 19
15 March 2008
Employment Working Paper No. 17
Are there optimal global configurations of labour market flexibility and security? : Tackling the "flexicurity" oxymoron
25 February 2008
Employment Working Paper No. 15
21 February 2008
Though labour market regulations have been blamed for the poor economic performance of many developing countries, the evidence on which this argument rests is weak. Rather than constraining economic development, labour market institutions, including the laws that regulate the labour market, are important for both economic growth as well as the well-being of the workforce. Through a survey of different labour market institutions in developing countries, this volume reaffirms the importance of labour market institutions in this era of globalization.
Assessing vulnerable employment : the role of status and sector indicators in Pakistan, Namibia and Brazil
15 February 2008
Employment Working Paper No. 13
Key indicators of the labour market (Fifth edition) with interactive CD-ROM (Trilingual English/French/Spanish)
04 February 2008
KILM provides a valuable, wide-ranging reference tool to meet the ever-increasing demand for timely, accurate and accessible information on the rapidly changing world of work. It includes all the basic statistics used to calculate 20 key labour market indicators allowing researchers to compare and contrast between economies and within regions across time. The fifth edition of the KILM also includes interactive software which makes searching for relevant information quick and simple.
07 January 2008
Employment Working Paper No. 4