Publications

2017

  1. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in South Africa

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published in the form of working papers. This research brief presents the coordination framework, employment insurance system, and monitoring and assessment of employment policy implementation in South Africa.

  2. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in the Republic of Korea

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published in the form of working papers. This research brief presents the coordination framework, employment insurance system, and monitoring and assessment of employment policy implementation in the Republic of Korea.

  3. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in Germany and the United Kingdom

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries. Case studies and a synthesis report were published as working papers”.2 Based on those studies, this research brief looks at the mechanisms for coordination, accountability and support to employment policy implementation in Germany and the United Kingdom.

  4. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in the European Union

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance with NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published as working papers. This Research brief presents the mechanisms, accountability and financing systems for employment policy implementation under the European Semester framework in the European Union (EU).

  5. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in China

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published as working papers. This research brief presents the coordination structure, as well as the accountability, financing and employment information systems that support employment policy implementation in China.

  6. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in Burkina Faso

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published as working papers. This research brief presents the coordination structure, as well as the accountability, financing and employment information systems that support employment policy implementation in Burkina Faso.

  7. Employment policy implementation mechanism in Brazil

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published as working papers. This research brief presents the coordination structure, as well as the accountability, financing and employment information systems that support employment policy implementation in Brazil.

  8. Employment policy implementation mechanism in Argentina

    08 December 2017

    The ILO and its constituents have made significant progress in developing national employment policies (NEPs). However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. Case studies2 and a synthesis report were published as working papers. Based on those studies, this research brief looks at the implementation framework, coordination structure, and accountability system for employment policy in Argentina.

  9. Gender dimensions of employment trends and future of work: Where would women work next?

    07 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 222

  10. Employment impact assessments: A review of methodologies

    01 December 2017

    Working Paper No. 3

  11. Review of impacts on roads sector investments on employment

    01 December 2017

    Working Paper No. 2

  12. SCORE Programme Brochure

    30 November 2017

    Introduction to the ILO SCORE Programme: Supporting small and medium-sized enterprises to grow and create better jobs.

  13. Conclusions English

    27 November 2017

    Conclusions adopted by the Tripartite Meeting of Experts to promote Decent Work and Protection of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work for Workers in Export Processing Zones (EPZs) (Geneva, 21-23 November 2017)

  14. Promotion of sustainable enterprises for innovation, growth, more and better jobs

    23 November 2017

    Developing sustainable enterprises: the ILO approach

  15. The enabling environment for sustainable enterprises in Timor-Leste

    22 November 2017

    This ILO report provides an overview of the research findings of the EESE assessment. It identifies the relative strengths and weaknesses of the enabling environment for sustainable enterprises in Timor-Leste.

  16. Global Employment Trends for Youth 2017: Paths to a better working future

    20 November 2017

    This report sets out the youth labour market situation around the world and shows where progress has or has not been made.

  17. Promoting youth employment and empowerment of young women in Jordan: An assessment of active labour market policies

    17 November 2017

    The ILO Taqeem “Impact Report” series disseminates research reports from Taqeem-supported employment assessment and impact evaluations. The goal is to improve the evidence base for “what works” in the effective design and implementation of integrated employment policy responses for youth and women’s employment. Taqeem is a partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) as part of an IFAD-financed project titled “Strengthening gender monitoring and evaluation in rural employment in the Near East and North Africa”.

  18. Information Note: Training for Rural Economic Empowerment (TREE)

    15 November 2017

    Part of the Policy Brief series produced by the Skills and Employability Branch

  19. Building an institution for rural roads management in Timor-Leste

    07 November 2017

    The paper provides information on the Roads for Development (R4D) programme in Timor-Leste.

  20. Decent Jobs for Youth - the global initiative for action

    01 November 2017

    The Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth is the first-ever, comprehensive United Nations system-wide effort for the promotion of youth employment worldwide. It brings together the vast global resources and convening power of the UN and other global key partners to maximize the effectiveness of youth employment investments and assist Member States in delivering on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.