Working papers

2018

  1. Reversing privatization and re-nationalizing pensions in Hungary

    30 October 2018

  2. Reversing pension privatization in Kazakhstan

    30 October 2018

  3. Reversing pension privatization: The case of Polish pension reform and re-reforms

    30 October 2018

  4. The Reversal of Pension Privatization in Ecuador

    30 October 2018

  5. Repeal of the privatization of the pension system in Nicaragua

    30 October 2018

  6. The Reversal of Pension Privatization in Venezuela

    30 October 2018

  7. Second-pillar pension re-reforms in Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Macedonia, Romania, and Slovakia. Benefit payouts amidst continuing retrenchment

    30 October 2018

  8. From principles to practice: A method for identifying income sufficiency when applying International Legal Standards

    30 October 2018

    Is access to sufficient level of income required for social protection, and if so at what level? Although ILO Conventions and Recommendations make reference to income standards, much about them has been left unspecified.

  9. Robots worldwide: The impact of automation on employment and trade

    27 October 2018

    In this paper we shed light on the role of robots in emerging economies and analyze the impact of automation on the global organization of production.

  10. Does conservation agriculture change labour requirements? Evidence of sustainable intensification in Sub-Saharan Africa

    26 October 2018

    This paper studies the effects of conservation agriculture on labour input requirements as it is implemented in five Sub-Saharan African countries.