Working papers

2012

  1. Migrant workers in the international hotel industry

    01 April 2012

    This Report addresses complex themes relating to migrant work and migrant workers in the international hotel industry, recognizing that the experience of migrant workers (international and internal), their employers and the wider community varies greatly in different countries and cultures.

  2. The political economy of pension reforms in times of global crisis: State unilateralism or social dialogue?

    27 March 2012

    This paper examines the political economy of pension reforms in times of economic crisis and its impact on social dialogue and tripartite institutions in ten countries.

  3. Regional Trade and Employment in ECOWAS

    13 March 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 114

  4. Growth, employment and decent work in Namibia: A situation analysis

    09 March 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 81

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

    09 March 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 55

  6. Social protection and minimum wages responses to the 2008 financial and economic crisis: Findings from the ILO/World Bank Inventory

    08 March 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 113

  7. Addressing the employment challenge: India's MGNREGA

    08 March 2012

    This paper examines, in particular, the effects of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) programme on employment, wages and incomes of the rural poor. It also considers its effect on overall growth of the economy.

  8. The Great Recession of 2008-2009: Causes, consequences and policy responses

    05 March 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 61

  9. Monetary policy and employment in developing Asia

    05 March 2012

    This paper assesses the role and challenges of central banks in the Asian region in using monetary policy to promote productive employment and achieve positive labour market outcomes

  10. Employment Dimension of Trade Liberalization with China: Analysis of the case of Indonesia With Dynamic Social Accounting Matrix

    27 February 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 112