Indonesia resources

  1. Constitution of 1945, as amended up to Fourth Amendment 2002

    01 January 2002

  2. The future structure of industrial relations in Indonesia: some issues and challenges

    01 January 2002

    To assist with the start-up activities for the ILO/USDOL Project by providing an up to date picture of the Indonesian industrial relations scene.

  3. Guidebook to create the ergonomic workshops for the small footwear industry centers in Cibaduyut, Bandung, Indonesia (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    31 December 2001

    As an integrated program in an effort to eliminate the involvement of child labor in the footwear sector to increase labor productivity and effort needed an ergonomic guide-making workshop and free of child labor.

  4. Population mobility and HIV/AIDS in Indonesia

    15 November 2001

    The aim of this study is to use existing information to provide a comprehensive picture of the levels, patters, composition and trends of the various types of contemporary population mobility occuring within Indonesia, as well as from and to the country. Insofar as it is possible using existing data, the study aims to indicate how population mobility in Indonesia is linked to the existing and likely futue diffusion of HIV/AIDS.

  5. Baseline survey of APINDO - the Association of Indonesian Employers

    01 July 2001

    Intended to provide a little assistance to identify the matters that as a priority must be addressed to improve the capabilities of APINDO.

  6. Catalogue on the worst forms of child labour in Indonesia

    30 April 2001

    Provides an overview of the worst forms of child labour in Indonesia. Briefly details the evils of the worst forms of child labour, describes what interventions have taken place and states what is needed in the future.

  7. Tripartite consultation

    01 January 2001

    This is the second General Survey on the 1976 instruments on tripartite consultation. The focus of this Survey relates specifically to the requirements for consultation with regard to international labour standards or other aspects of the ILO’s activities covered by Recommendation No. 152.

  8. Estimating employment elasticity for the Indonesian economy

    20 October 2000

    One indicator widely used for analysing the operation of the labour market is employment elasticity. The latter measures the percentage changes in employment induced by changes in GDP.

  9. Labour market dynamics in Indonesia: analysis of 18 key indicators of the labour market (KILM) 1986 – 1999

    01 September 2000

    In accordance with ILO’s manual on Key Indicators of the Labour Market (KILM), the analysis in this report focuses on the trends of 18 indicators of labour market in Indonesia. These indicators are organized into seven major dimensions of labour market, including labour force, employment, unemployment and underemployment, educational attainment, wages and compensation costs, labour productivity and labour costs, poverty and income distribution.

  10. Minimum wage and the welfare of Indonesian workers

    01 August 2000

    The third in a series of Occasional Discussion Papers launched by the ILO Jakarta Office in the Spring of 1999 to assist Indonesia with ideas and analysis which could contribute to its uphill task of recovery from the socially devastating financial crisis.