Events and courses

May 2017

  1. Evidence on ALMPs in Latin America: meta analysis and a long-term experiment

    Presenter: Jochen Kluve, Humboldt University of Berlin; Chair: Frédéric Lapeyre DEVINVEST

  2. The future of work in the automotive sector: The challenges of de-globalization

    Presenter: Tommaso Pardi (Director of GIS Gerpisa and Research Fellow at CNRS, IDHES)

  3. Well-being inequality and preference heterogeneity

    Presenter: Koen Decancq, University of Antwerp Chair: Matthieu Charpe DEVINVEST

  4. Taxes and gender gap in employment wages

    LSE Professor Rachel Ngai will present her recent paper on gender gaps, taxes, subsidies and working hours

April 2017

  1. The Effects of Spatially Targeted Enterprise Initiatives: Evidence from UK LEGI

    Presenter: Henry Overman, London School of Economics

March 2017

  1. Transcending Capitalism through Cooperative Practices

    Professor Catherine P. Mulder will be launching and discussing her new book, "Transcending Capitalism Through Cooperative Practices"

October 2016

  1. Transformation and diversity of enterprises: What are the consequences for work and employment in the world

    The conference will discuss the future of work, issues of enterprises in its diversity, recent and future developments and implications for the world of work.

June 2016

  1. Launch and presentation of the ILO Report: “What Works: Active Labour Market Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean”

    The ILO Research Department and the ILO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean launched the Synthesis Report and research project “What Works: Active Labour Market Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean” on 21 June 2016 in Lima (Peru). On the occasion of the launch, a seminar was also organized to present the findings of the report to policy makers, leading academics and international experts in the region. The forum offered an opportunity to discuss the role of active labour market programmes in addressing the current employment and social challenges in the region.