03 December 1990
This study develops and applies new approaches to the analysis of labour market structure and segmentation which stress differences in labour status and in patterns of job access in a small survey of a south Indian city, showing how they help to analyse labour market inequality, labour supply, mobility and poverty.
21 September 1990
Offers a basic guide to international legal texts of relevance to the teaching profession, and is primarily intended for teachers and their organizations, policy-makers, planners and administrators in education, and private educational employers. Designed as a reference work to help in the formulation of policy and the implementation of standards.
19 July 1990
Technical memorandum on brick manufacturing at small scale industry level in developing countries - presents a comparison of bricks and other building materials used for the construction of low- cost housing; describes types of raw material, quarrying techniques, clay preparation, shaping, drying and firing; covers technical aspects and means of production; includes a glossary, and a directory of equipment suppliers and relevant information sources.
24 November 1989
This collection of papers explores flexibility issues within the institutional framework of North American labour markets. It brings together views from academic, trade union, employers and government and contrasts the experiences in Canada and the United States, and in North America and Europe.
07 April 1989
This is a collection of essays by Hungarian scholars which examines recent developments in the Hungarian labour market including trends in labour market and employment policy and their consequences, and more detailed analyses of job search and labour mobility. It will interest those concerned with economic reform and its effects on labour and employment.
03 March 1989
Monograph on methodology used in the economic evaluation of unpaid work in the household in developed countries - discusses measurement problems, input-based and out-based methods for the assessment of tasks carried out by homemakers and other members of the household, etc., and includes a critical literature survey of similar evaluations.
13 September 1988
The research confronts a number of widely held assumptions with the available facts and figures, and points to the possible evolution of export processing zones (EPZs) in the economies of newly industrializing countries. It envisages the emergence of the export processing country and a more open and competitive approach to industrial development.
20 July 1988
Provides an overview of major policy developments, cites the substantive provisions of international labour standards adopted by the ILO and policy resolutions and statements made by other intergovernmental bodies, and describes 90 programmes carried out by international, national and community-based organisations in 20 countries. Includes a directory of institutions carrying out research, information dissemination, advocacy, and action on child workers.