29 September 2017
Closing the gender gap in participation by 25 per cent by 2025 could increase global GDP by US$5.3 trillion
26 September 2017
This paper presents a systematic collection and assessment of impact evaluations of active labour market programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean
31 August 2017
This article examines empirical evidence on the effectiveness of past youth guarantee experiences, as well as the few existing evaluations of the European Youth Guarantee, to identify the factors that are key to their success.
30 August 2017
Since the adoption of Convention No. 189, over 70 ILO member States have acted to ensure decent working conditions for domestic workers.
Psychology and the International Labor Organization: The Role of Psychology in the Decent Work Agenda
28 June 2017
The ILO has a century-long tradition of working on the psychology of work and is now faced with new and growing challenges as the world work is undergoing far-reaching changes. This short note discusses how ILO can benefit from recent psychosocial studies.
20 June 2017
This paper investigates empirically the (composition) effects of tax-based consolidations on income inequality, output and labour market conditions.
01 June 2017
This paper studies the relation between firms’ export and import status, and the quantity and types of employment they offer, using firm-level data from 47 African countries in 2006-14.
16 May 2017
As a number of emerging countries grapple with revenue constraints and weak growth, it is important to learn lessons from recent experience in this area, and to bear in mind that fiscal and employment goals can be achieved together.
09 May 2017
This paper estimates the impact of inequality on growth, focusing on non-linearity and using top income share data that provides us with yearly observations over a long time period.
09 March 2017
The use of temporary employment allows enterprises to adjust their workforces to changing circumstances. However, an over-reliance on the use of temporary workers can lead to productivity challenges, both for individual firms and for the overall economy. Legislation governing the use of temporary contracts plays an important role in influencing firms’ decisions on how intensively to rely on temporary labour.