Working papers

2000

  1. Publication

    The Economics of Safety, Health, and Well-Being at Work: An Overview

    01 May 2000

    Occupational injury and illness are matters of health, but they are also matters of economics, since they stem from work, and work is an economic activity. The purpose of this paper will be to indicate the most important contributions economic analysis has made to our understanding and management of OSH, and to suggest directions for future work in this area.

  2. Publication

    Social Finance Working Paper #22: Informal micro-finance schemes

    01 March 2000

    The case of funeral insurance in South Africa

  3. Publication

    Poverty and Structural Adjustment: some remarks on tradeoffs between Equity and Growth

    01 January 2000

    The paper tackles the 1980s adjustment and the liberalization process in the 90s and their impact on inequality. It reviews the literature on the effects of stabilization and adjustment policies on poverty.

1999

  1. Publication

    International definitions and prospects of Underemployment Statistics

    01 November 1999

  2. Publication

    Improvement of working conditions and environment in the informal sector through safety and health measures

    01 July 1999

  3. International Migration Papers No. 31

    Foreign labour in Lithuania: Immigration, employment and illegal work

    29 April 1999

  4. International Migration Papers No. 30

    Illegal labour migration and employment in Hungary

    15 April 1999

  5. International Migration Papers No. 29

    The documentation and evaluation of anti-discrimination training in the United States

    29 March 1999

  6. Publication

    Social Finance Working Paper #21: Migrant worker remittances, micro-finance and the informal economy

    01 March 1999

    Prospects and issues

  7. Publication

    Incorporating gender issues in labour statistics

    01 February 1999

    Gender issues relate to the differences and similarities that exist between men and women in relation to their contributions, their conditions of work and life, and their needs, constraints and opportunities. In labour statistics, these aspects need to be reflected in definitions, measurement methods and presentation of results in order to improve the description of the labour market and provide a solid basis for promoting equality between men and women in the world of work.