Publications

2014

  1. Is there a trade-off between employment and productivity?

    18 December 2014

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 167

  2. Labour demand and social dialogue: Two binding constraints for decent work for youth in the Arab Region

    18 December 2014

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 164

  3. Train-the-trainer programme: Monitoring performance and assessing impact of the Portuguese youth guarantee

    12 December 2014

    ILO workshop, Lisbon, 17 – 21 November 2014

  4. Preliminary list of included studies

    12 December 2014

    Interventions to Improve Labour Market Outcomes of Youth: A Systematic Review

  5. The role of central banks in meeting the development and employment challenges: The case of Mozambique

    04 December 2014

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 165

  6. Promoting youth employment through activation strategies

    24 November 2014

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 163

  7. Mutual Learning Workshop - What works on employment services for youth and why?

    06 November 2014

    Area of critical importance Jobs and skills for youth

  8. UN System-wide Action Plan on Youth Report 2014

    23 October 2014

    United Nations Youth-SWAP

  9. Jobs and skills for youth: review of policies for youth employment of Cyprus

    20 August 2014

  10. How much do central banks care about growth and employment?

    04 July 2014

    EMPLOYMENT Policy Brief

  11. Pro-employment budgeting in China: Linking employment to national and local budgets

    15 April 2014

    Employment Policy Brief

  12. Can Better Working Conditions Improve the Performance of SMEs? An international literature review

    16 January 2014

    This research has been commissioned by the International Labour Office (ILO) as a contribution to the Global Product 154 and the Area of Critical Importance, Productivity and working conditions in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).

  13. Guide on employment policy and international labour standards

    10 January 2014

    The aim of the present Guide is to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of placing the promotion of full, productive and freely chosen employment at the heart of socio-economic and development policies through a rights-based approach and a broad basis of agreement achieved through social dialogue, in line with the Employment Policy Convention, 1964 (No. 122).

2013

  1. Employment growth and segmentation in Peru, 2001–2011: Country case study on labour market segmentation

    12 December 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 151

  2. Dual dimensions of non-regular work and SMEs in the Republic of Korea: Country case study on labour market segmentation

    12 December 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 148

  3. Role of labour regulation and reforms in India: Country case study on labour market segmentationsegmentation

    12 December 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 147

  4. The formal and informal sectors in Colombia: Country case study on labour market segmentation

    12 December 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 146

  5. Youth Employment and Migration in Peru

    20 November 2013

    With more than 8 million young people between 15-29 years of age, Peru has a large and heterogeneous young generation which represents 27.5 per cent of the total population.

  6. Youth Employment and Migration in Ecuador

    20 November 2013

    Ecuador’s population is young and rapidly growing. It has almost doubled since 1980, reaching almost 15 million in 2010. An approximate 60 per cent of Ecuadorians are under 29 years old and almost one out of three is between the ages of 15 and 29. More than half of the young people aged 15-29 are poor: around 30 per cent live in conditions of poverty and another 24 per cent in extreme poverty.

  7. Youth Employment and Migration in Turkey

    20 November 2013

    Turkey is undergoing a demographic transition. Its population comprises 74 million people and is expected to keep growing until 2050 and begin ageing in 2025. The share of children and youth under 25 years old reaches 45 per cent, and the 15-29 age group represents around 25 per cent of the total population – about 18 million people.