28 January 2015
Against a backdrop of sluggish economic conditions and continued weak job creation, the Investment Plan proposed by the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker would provide a rapid economic stimulus that would foster Europe’s competitiveness at the same time as boosting much-needed employment creation. The main finding of this ILO report is that, if careful consideration is given to the design of the programme and its allocation, over 2.1 million net new jobs would be created by mid-2018.
20 January 2015
The World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2015 includes a forecast of worsening global unemployment levels and explains the factors behind it, such as continuing inequality and falling wage shares. The report looks at the drivers of the rising middle class in the developing world as well as the risk of social unrest, especially in areas of elevated youth unemployment. It also addresses structural factors shaping the world of work, including an aging population and shifts in the skills sought by employers.
14 January 2015
“Good governance, social stabilization and economic justice are not luxuries that weigh down and impede the process of development. They are the essence of development itself. This book provides the documentation required to carry the point.” From the Foreword by James K. Galbraith
31 January 2015
This book assesses the current situations in 10 EU Member States on the basis of detailed empirical evidence and concrete case studies of the social policies that have been dismantled, distinguishing between recent developments caused by the economic crisis and long-term trends.
This annual report presents an in-depth analysis of current employment and social issues globally.
World Social Protection Report 2014-15: Building economic recovery, inclusive development and social justice
This report presents social security trends and information on social protection systems, coverage, benefits and expenditure globally.
This biennial report focuses on wage developments, offering a review of global and regional wage trends.
Published annually, this report offers global and regional data and projections for key indicators of the labour market.
This valuable wide-ranging reference tool meets the ever-increasing demand for timely, accurate and accessible information on the rapidly changing world of work.
First in the series Advances in Labour Studies, this book is an international and interdisciplinary response to the neoliberal ideologies that have shaped labour market regulation in recent decades.