Employment working papers

  1. Demographic ageing and employment in China

    D.U. Yang, Wang Meiyan - Institute of Population and Labour Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

    Employment Working Paper No. 57

  2. The Impact of Crisis-related Changes in Trade Flows on Employment, Incomes, Regional and Sectoral Development in Brazil

    Scott McDonald, Marion Jansen, Erik von Uexkull

    Employment Working Paper No. 55

  3. Trade contraction in the global crisis: Employment and inequality effects in India and South Africa

    David Kucera (ILO), Leanne Roncolato (American University) and Erik von Uexkull (ILO)

    Employment Working Paper No. 54

  4. The crisis of orthodox macroeconomic policy : The case for a renewed commitment to full employment

    Muhammed Muqtada

    Employment Working Paper No. 53

  5. Exploring the linkages between investment and employment in Moldova: A time-series analysis

    Stefania Villa

    Employment Working Paper No. 52

  6. Characterizing the school-to-work transitions of young men and women: Evidence from the ILO School-to-work transition surveys

    Makiko Matsumoto and Sara Elder

    Employment Working Paper No. 51

  7. Guiding structural change: the role of government in development

    Matthew Carson

    Employment Working Paper No. 49

  8. Unravelling the impact of the global financial crisis on the South African labour market

    Sher Verick

    Employment Working Paper No. 48

  9. International framework agreements and global social dialogue: Parameters and prospects

    Dimitris Stevis

    Employment Working Paper No. 47

  10. International framework agreements and global social dialogue : lessons from the Daimler case

    Dimitris Stevis

    Employment Working Paper No. 46