Employment working papers

  1. New technologies and the transition to formality: The trend towards e–formality

    Juan Chacaltana, Vicky Leung and Miso Lee

  2. "Negotiating the algorithm”: Automation, artificial intelligence and labour protection

    Valerio De Stefano

  3. Impact of macroeconomic reform on labour markets and income in Zambia: Assessing ZAMMOD

    Alemayehu Geda, John Weeks, Herryman Moono

    This paper, authored by Alemayehu Geda, John Weeks and Herryman Moono, reviews an econometric model (ZAMMOD) currently being used by the Zambia Ministry of Finance for forecasting, policy analysis and budget preparation; identifies some limitations to the labour market block of ZAMMOD, and makes specific recommendations on how the block could be enhanced. The authors then introduce these recommendation into the model and run simulations examining the labour market impacts of the of austerity measures.

  4. GirlForce: Skills, Education and Training for Girls Now

    ILO-UNICEF

    ILO-UNICEF policy brief

  5. Interns and outcomes: Just how effective are internships as a bridge to stable employment?

    Niall O'Higgins and Luis Pinedo

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 241

  6. Does work-based learning facilitate transitions to decent work?

    Paul Comyn and Laura Brewer

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 242

  7. The regulation of internships: A comparative study

    Andrew Stewart, Rosemary Owens, Anne Hewitt, Irene Nikoloudakis

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 240

  8. Employment and growth in Indonesia (1990–2015)

    Majid Nomaan, Sarma Nayantara

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 239

  9. Rethinking macroeconomic policies for full employment and inclusive growth: Some elements

    Aurelio Parisotto, Nikhil Ray

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 238

  10. Good practices in using partnerships for effective and efficient delivery of employment services in India

    Vinoj Abraham, S.K. Sasikumar

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 233