Employment working papers

  1. Economic implications of labour and labour-related laws on MSEs: A quick review of the Latin American experience

    Juan Chacaltana

    Employment Working Paper No. 31

  2. Rising food prices and their implications for employment, decent work and poverty reduction

    Rizwanul Islam, Graeme Buckley

    Employment Working Paper No. 30

  3. Investing in the workforce: Social investors and international labour standards

    Elizabeth Umlas

    Employment Working Paper No. 29

  4. Global reach - local relationships : corporate social responsibility, workers’ rights and local development

    Emily Sims and Anne Posthuma

    Employment Working Paper No. 28

  5. Labour market information and analysis for skills development

    Theo Sparreboom and Marcus Powell

    Employment Working Paper No. 27

  6. The promotion of respect for workers’ rights in the banking sector : current practice and future prospects

    Emily Sims

    Employment Working Paper No. 26

  7. The impact of codes and standards on investment flows to developing countries

    Dirk Willelm te Velde

    Employment Working Paper No. 25

  8. Voluntary social initiatives in fresh fruit and vegetable value chains

    Sarah Best and Ivanka Mamic

    Employment Working Paper No. 23

  9. The employment effects of North-South trade and technological change

    Nomaan Majid

    Employment Working Paper No. 22

  10. Trade agreements and employment: Chile 1996-2003

    Job Creation and Enterprise Development Department

    Employment Working Paper No. 21