Macroeconomic policy for full and productive employment and decent work for all: An analysis of the Argentine experience

Employment Working Paper No. 109

The Argentine experience in the last two decades offers rich evidence about the linkages between macroeconomic policies and the generation of employment and wages.
Thus, its analysis may contribute to a better understanding of some central issues involved in the current debates regarding macroeconomic policy design and targets. Specifically, it is an illustrative case to assess to what extent macro policies may either help or hinder the goal of attaining full and productive employment in an emerging market economy.