Publications

2003

  1. Business Centres for Small Enterprise Development: Experiences and Lessons from Eastern Europe

    01 December 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 57

  2. Uganda : multinational enterprises in the plantation sector : labour relations, employment, working conditions and welfare facilities

    01 December 2003

    Multinational Enterprises Programme Working Paper No. 93

  3. ILO/SIYB Global Outreach Study 2003

    01 November 2003

    A study of the outreach and impact of the Start and Improve Your Business Programme worldwide. Commissioned by: SIYB Global Coordinator, International Labour Organisation, Geneva, 2003.

  4. Promoting the culture sector through job creation and small enterprise development in SADC countries : the film and television industry

    01 November 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 53 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  5. Promoting female entrepreneurship in Mauritius : strategies in training and development

    01 November 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 58 - Series on women’s entrepreneurship development and gender in enterprises (WEDGE)

  6. Demand for business-related programmes on radio and TV among micro and small entrepreneurs in Lao PDR

    18 October 2003

  7. Promoting the culture sector through job creation and small enterprise development in SADC countries : The Performing Arts and Dance

    01 October 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 52 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  8. The role of small business associations in BDS provision in Ghana

    01 September 2003

    Background paper for BDS conference presentation, September 2003.

  9. Seminar Reader - Developing Commercial Markets for Business Development Services - BDS Update

    01 September 2003

    Fourth Annual BDS Seminar - Turin, Italy, September 2003

  10. Seminar Reader - Developing Commercial Markets for Business Development Services 2003

    01 September 2003

    BDS PRIMER, Annual BDS Seminar Turin, Italy, September 2003

  11. Promoting the culture sector through job creation and small enterprise development in SADC countries : crafts and visual arts

    01 September 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 51 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  12. Local implementation of quality, labour and environmental standards : opportunities for upgrading in the footwear industry

    01 August 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 45 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  13. Promoting the culture sector through job creation and small enterprise development in SADC countries : the ethno-tourism industry

    01 August 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 50 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  14. A glance at BDS Markets and Pioneering Providers in Central America

    01 July 2003

    July 2003, Costa Rica

  15. Participation in global value chains as a vehicle for SME upgrading : a literature review

    01 July 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 44 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  16. Promoting the culture sector through job creation and small enterprise development in SADC countries : the music industry

    01 July 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 49 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  17. Survey of Handicrafts Exporters in Northern Vietnam

    05 May 2003

  18. Opportunities for SMEs in developing countries to upgrade in a global economy

    01 May 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 43 - Series on upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global value chains

  19. Time for equality at work. Global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Report of the Director-General, 2003

    03 April 2003

    The ILO’s most comprehensive study to date on discrimination, this timely report argues that the benefits of eliminating discrimination in the workplace transcend the individual and extend to the economy and to society as a whole. While the most blatant forms of discrimination at work have faded, the report reveals that many remain a persistent and daily part of the workplace or are taking on new, more subtle forms that are cause for growing concern

  20. Flexibilizing employment : an overview

    01 April 2003

    SEED Working Paper No. 41