Working papers


  1. Role of the Central Bank in supporting economic diversification and productive employment in Cambodia

    29 May 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 175

  2. PRIDE at work: A study on discrimination at work on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in Thailand

    14 May 2015

    GED Working Paper No. 3/2015

  3. Working in Germany pre-departure information for Filipino and Indian migrant health workers bound for Germany

    11 May 2015

    This pre-departure booklet contains basic information about several topics to help Filipino and Indian health workers who are bound to work in Germany. It seeks to empower health workers to make informed decisions and raise awareness of the issues related to health labour migration and ethical recruitment.

  4. Structural change, employment and education in Mozambique

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 174

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

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 173

  6. Financial inclusion policy in Ecuador: Role of the Central Bank towards economic growth and job creation

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 172

  7. The role of Central Banks in supporting economic growth and creation of productive employment: The case of Pakistan

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 171

  8. Escaping stagnation and restoring shared prosperity: A macroeconomic policy framework for job-rich growth

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 170

  9. How tight is the link between wages and productivity? A survey of the literature

    01 April 2015

  10. The motherhood pay gap: A review of the issues, theory and international evidence

    06 March 2015

    Evidence that mothers suffer a wage penalty over and above the penalty for being a woman raises concerns not only for gender equality but also for the capacity of societies to manage a sustainable balance between their economic aims of active female participation in paid work and the social aims of providing a fair distribution of income to support the reproduction and rearing of children. These concerns underpin ILO Conventions designed to combat inequality in women’s position in paid employment, especially associated with motherhood status.