Employment working papers

  1. Assessment of public employment services and active labour market policies in Rwanda

    Michael Mwasikakata

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 232

  2. Assessment of public employment services and active labour market policies in Namibia

    Michael Mwasikakata, Pedro Martins

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 231

  3. Good practices in using partnerships for the delivery of employment services in China

    Zulum Avila, Guangzhe Tian

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 229

  4. Dependent self-employment: Trends, challenges and policy responses in the EU

    Colin C Williams, Frédéric Lapeyre

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 228

  5. Mainstreaming green job issues into national employment policies and implementation plans: A review

    Kees van der Ree

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 227

  6. Complementarities between labour market institutions and their causal impact on youth labour market outcomes

    Niall O’Higgins, Giovanni Pica

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 224

  7. Macroeconomic policy, inclusive growth and productive employment in Uganda

    Elisa Van Waeyenberge and Hannah Bargawi

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 244

  8. Decent Work Inter-Regional SAM Modelling with Employment Satellite Extension Including Regional Infrastructure Scenarios: Case Study 2005 IRSAM

    J.V. Alarcon and C. Ernst

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 217

  9. Application of a Green Jobs SAM with Employment and CO2 Satellites for informed Green Policy Support: The case of Indonesia

    J.V. Alarcon and C. Ernst

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 216

  10. Gender and the informal economy: Key challenges and policy response

    Naoko Otobe

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 236