Working papers

  1. ILO Working paper 55

    Costs and benefits of investing in transformative care policy packages: A macrosimulation study in 82 countries

    09 March 2022

  2. ILO Working paper 54

    Opportunities for a Just Transition to environmental sustainability and COVID-19 recovery in the textile and garment sector in Asia

    01 March 2022

  3. ILO Working paper 53

    Taking climate action - Measuring carbon emissions in the garment sector in Asia

    01 March 2022

  4. ILO Working paper 52

    Greening the sector - Environmental initiatives and tools in the garment sector in Asia

    01 March 2022

  5. ILO Working paper 51

    Assessing the impact - Environmental impact assessment in the textile and garment sector in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia and Viet Nam

    01 March 2022

  6. ILO Working paper 50

    Crowdwork for young people: Risks and opportunities

    21 February 2022

  7. ILO Working paper 49

    How to strengthen informal apprenticeship systems for a better future of work?: Lessons learned from comparative analysis of country cases

    22 February 2022

  8. ILO Working paper 48

    Technological solutions to guaranteed wage payments of construction workers in China

    15 February 2022

  9. ILO Working paper 44

    Investing more in universal social protection. Filling the financing gap through domestic resource mobilization and international support and coordination

    14 January 2022

    Large and persistent gaps in social protection coverage, comprehensiveness and adequacy are linked to many barriers, including high levels of informality, institutional fragmentation of the social protection system and significant financing gaps for social protection in a context of limited fiscal space.

  10. ILO Working paper 43

    Investing better in universal social protection. Applying international social security standards in social protection policy and financing

    13 January 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed significant gaps in the coverage, comprehensiveness and adequacy of social protection systems worldwide. These gaps have jeopardized the health, incomes and jobs of billions of people. Closing these protection gaps, facilitating faster and inclusive socio-economic recovery and enhancing resilience against future shocks requires more investment in social protection.