Employment working papers

  1. Publication

    The impact of the economic and financial crisis on youth employment: Measures for labour market recovery in the European Union, Canada and the United States

    Niall O’Higgins

    Employment Working Paper No. 70

  2. Publication

    Towards the right to work: Innovations in Public Employment Programmes (IPEP)

    Maikel Lieuw-Kie-Song, Kate Philip, Mito Tsukamoto, Marc Van Imschoot

    Employment Working Paper No. 69

  3. Publication

    The Role of Openness and Labour Market Institutions for Employment Dynamics during Economic Crises

    Elisa Gamberoni (World Bank), Erik von Uexkull (ILO), Sebastian Weber (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies)

    Employment Working Paper No. 68

  4. Publication

    What role for labour market policies and institutions in development? Enhancing security in developing countries and emerging economies

    Sandrine Cazes and Sher Verick

    Employment Working Paper No. 67

  5. Publication

    Labour Market Policies and Institutions: a Synthesis Report. The cases of Algeria, Jordan, Morocco, Syria and Turkey

    Mariangels Fortuny and Jalal Al Husseini

    Employment Working Paper No. 64

  6. Publication

    Growth, Economic Policies and Employment Linkages in Mediterranean Countries: The cases of Egypt, Israel, Morocco and Turkey

    Gouda Abdel-Khalek

    Employment Working Paper No. 63

  7. Publication

    Rwanda forging ahead: The challenge of getting everybody on board

    Per Ronnås (ILO), Karl Backéus (Sida), Elina Scheja (Sida)

    Employment Working Paper No. 62

  8. Publication

    The Great Recession of 2008-2009: Causes, consequences and policy responses

    Sher Verick, Iyanatul Islam

    Employment Working Paper No. 61

  9. Publication

    The Korean labour market: some historical macroeconomic perspectives

    Anne Zooyob, Korea Labor Institute

    Employment Working Paper No. 59

  10. Publication

    Employment, poverty and economic development in Madagascar: A macroeconomic framework

    Gerald Epstein, James Heintz, Léonce Ndikumana, and Grace Chang

    Employment Working Paper No. 58