Employment working papers

  1. Promoting training and employment opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities: International experience

    Trevor R. Parmenter

    Employment Working Paper No. 103

  2. Social dialogue during the financial and economic crisis. Results from the ILO/World Bank Inventory using a Boolean analysis on 44 countries

    Lucio Baccaro and Stefan Heeb

    Employment Working Paper No. 102

  3. Rights at work in times of crisis: Trends at the country level in terms of compliance with international labour standards

    David Tajgman, Catherine Saget, Natan Elkin and Eric Gravel

    Seeks to identify trends in rights at work during the global financial and economic crisis that began in 2008, in terms of international labour standards.

  4. The impact of the financial and economic crisis on ten African economies and labour markets in 2008-2010: Findings from the ILO/World Bank policy inventory

    Catherine Saget and Jean-François Yao

    Employment Working Paper No. 100

  5. Employment trends in Indonesia over 1996-2009: Casualization of the labour market during an era of crises, reforms and recovery

    Makiko Matsumoto and Sher Verick

    Employment Working Paper No. 99

  6. Employment diagnostic analysis: Maluku, Indonesia

    Per Ronnås and Leyla Shamchiyeva

    Employment Working Paper No. 98

  7. What has really happened to poverty and inequality during the growth process in developing countries?

    Nomaan Majid

    Employment Working Paper No. 96

  8. Employment diagnostic analysis: Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia

    Miranda Kwong, Per Ronnås

    Employment Working Paper No. 95

  9. Challenges for achieving job-rich and inclusive growth in Mongolia

    Per Ronnås

    Employment Working Paper No. 94

  10. Macroeconomic policy for employment creation: The case of Malawi

    Sonali Deraniyagala, Ben Kaluwa

    Employment Working Paper No. 93