Publications on informal economy

  1. Publication

    Electronic registration of domestic work in Uruguay

    22 July 2019

  2. Publication

    E-Estonia: The digital society

    22 July 2019

  3. Publication

    Supporting the transition to formality: The case of informal female tanners in Senegal

    22 July 2019

  4. Publication

    The trend towards the use of technologies for transition to formality

    22 July 2019

  5. Publication

    Women and men in the informal economy: a statistical brief

    28 June 2019

    This is a joint publication by WIEGO and the ILO. It is a brief version of the 3rd edition of Women and Men in the Informal Economy: A Statistical Picture (ILO 2018).

  6. Joint OECD / ILO publication

    Tackling Vulnerability in the Informal Economy

    27 June 2019

  7. Publication

    Work Improvement for Safe Home: Action manual for improving safety and health of E-waste workers

    29 May 2019

    An illustrated manual that aims to assist e-waste workers in improving their safety, health and productivity and shows many low-cost ideas that e-waste workers can easily adopt by using locally-available materials.

  8. Report

    Working conditions in a global perspective

    06 May 2019

    This report provides a comparative analysis of job quality covering approximately 1.2 billion of the world’s workers in the EU28, China, the Republic of Korea, Turkey, the United States (US), Spanish-speaking Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama), Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.

  9. Employment Seminar Series

    Informal and Formal Employment in a Liberalizing Economy

    21 February 2019

  10. Publication

    Challenges and opportunities for decent work in the culture and media sectors

    14 January 2019

    The present study examines employment in culture and media in 16 countries, from four regions, and covering the very diverse world of the media and culture. This encompasses: musicians, actors, dancers, journalists, screenwriters, technicians and creators of audio-visual and live performances, and visual artists.