Working papers


  1. Employment policy implementation mechanisms in Argentina

    18 November 2013

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 153

  2. Gender dimensions of national employment policies: A 24 country study

    18 November 2013

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 152

  3. Cross-border labour migration in Cambodia: Considerations for the national employment policy

    31 October 2013

    This background analyses examines the on-going policy efforts to ensure informed, safe, and protected cross-border migration for Cambodian workers and suggests areas that the national employment policy can consider for further actions in Cambodia.

  4. Cambodia: Designing macroeconomic policies for an employment - friendly growth strategy

    31 October 2013

    This paper authored by Muhammed Muqtada and Luyna Ung represents one of the background analyses. It argues for a proactive stance on macroeconomic policymaking, if Cambodia wishes to grow in a sustained and diversified manner toward full and productive employment for all. It notes that the current policy space is restricted, partly due to the additional conditionality that the defacto dollarization of the economy imposes. The paper suggests a possible nexus of mutually reinforcing macroeconomic and structural reforms, through examples of policy actions that could be taken in the spheres of monetary, fiscal, and exchange-rate policies.

  5. Rural development and employment opportunities in Cambodia: How can a national employment policy contribute towards realization of decent work in rural areas?

    31 October 2013

    This paper examines the on-going policy efforts to enhance productivity, employment opportunities, and incomes from work in the rural areas. At the same time, it argues that development of more productive sectors in manufacturing and services would be constrained, without addressing the seasonal shortage of labour in agriculture. The paper also argues that rural households consider subsistence farming as a safety net and a lifeline in the event of economic downturns.

  6. Towards acceptable wages for public employment programmes: A guide for conducting studies for wage setting and estimating labour supply response

    10 October 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 150

  7. The Community Work Programme: Building a Society that Works

    10 October 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 149

  8. The visible face of women's invisible labour, Domestic workers in Turkey

    03 October 2013

  9. Promoting integration for migrant domestic workers in Europe: A synthesis of Belgium, France, Italy and Spain

    20 September 2013

    This report is based on the findings of research conducted in Belgium, France, Italy and Spain, as part of project on “integration of migrant domestic workers in Europe”, implemented by the ILO and its partners with the financial support of the European Union.

  10. Promoting integration for migrant domestic workers in France (in French)

    19 September 2013

    The French country report of the European research project “Promoting the integration of migrant domestic workers” analyses the trajectories of migrants working in the domestic services sector in France. Although the sector has been significantly transformed, against a background of major socio-demographic changes, this research relates in particular to three groups of paid activities carried out in people’s homes: care for incapacitated adults (dependent elderly and people with disabilities), childcare, and household services used by private individuals (single persons or families) (In French)