Publications and information resources
Multilateral approaches to Global Supply Chains
This comparative desk study examines how other key multilateral organizations approach the topic of Global Supply Chains (GSC) in order to:
- help define the comparative advantage/added value of the ILO
- provide an input to the report for the general discussion of decent work in global supply chains at the 105th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) in 2016
- explore potential partnerships and follow-up actions after the ILC discussion..
21 January 2011 - ILO Training Centre, Turin, Italy
Inter-agency Technical Meeting 'Building employment and decent work into sustainable recovery and development – The UN contribution'
Global Social Policy Digest 1 (September to December 2008)
01 January 2009
Global Social Policy Digest is compiled once a quarter by a team at Sheffield University in the UK and provides an overview of the contributions of a range of national and international actors, both governmental and nongovernmental, to global social policy. The Digest summarizes recent developments and provides links to statements and reports on specific themes under the banner of social policy.
Global Social Policy Digest 2 (January to April 2009)
01 May 2009
Qualitative Indicators of Labour Standards - Comparative Methods and Applications
12 June 2007
Working Paper No. 81 - Globalization, Industrial Revolutions in India and China and Labour Markets in Advanced Countries: Implications for National and International Economic Policy
01 March 2007 - Geneva??
This paper examines the impact on labour markets in advanced countries of the "current globalization" of China and India with the liberalized economy. This globalization takes place in the form of free trade, free capital movements and domestic labour market flexibility.