Events and courses

November 2022

  1. Research Seminar

    Trends in the U.S. Labour Market

    This talk will focus on trends in U.S. and global labour markets, the U.S. economy, and their impact on employers.

  2. Report Launch

    Greening Enterprises: Transforming processes and workplaces

    Launch of the major publication on Greening Enterprises - a fundamental component of the Just Transition.

  3. ILO Research Department Training

    Online Tripartite Training on how to Communicate Evidence

    There is a growing consensus among decision and policy makers that communicating high-quality formal research evidence and data into the decision-making process is essential to have effective and efficient policies.

  4. Research Seminar

    Occupational health today: meaning, ethics and fundamental rights

    Occupational health is a complex issue nowadays. Health and work are part of a system that requires a collective and holistic approach to prevention in order to make working conditions safe and respectful of health. This talk will highlight the principles of occupational safety and explore the crucial conditions required to ensure decent work.

  5. Research Seminar

    Economic Complexity and beyond: harnessing the power of data to improve the value chain

    This talk will show how to capture data expressing the economic complexity of countries from Albania to Zimbabwe, offering current economic measures and as well as a guide to achieving prosperity.

October 2022

  1. Seminar

    2022 International Seminar on Future of Work in China

  2. Research Seminar

    Presentation of UNCTAD Trade and Development Report 2022

    The Trade and Development Report 2022 warns that monetary and fiscal policy moves in advanced economies risk pushing the world towards global recession and prolonged stagnation, inflicting worse damage than the financial crisis in 2008 and the COVID-19 shock in 2020.

  3. Workshop

    Proposal for an ILO Policy Observatory on Work in the Digital Economy

    Regulating for artificial intelligence (AI) across societies will not be easy. Variations in policymaking approaches for its development and governance across the world could lead to significant uncertainty for the world of work. Our proposal for the ‘ILO Policy Observatory on Work in the Digital Economy’ is intended to identify the current state of play; to assess the role of various actors including companies, civil society and states; and to analyse the implications of shifts in AI regulation for decent work in the global digital economy.

  4. Research Seminar

    Assessing Fiscal Employment Measures in Middle-Income Countries

    This report documents the economic impact of COVID-19 on middle-income countries to highlight the necessity of employment stimulus policies that limit negative shocks, and help to support labour market recovery. Secondly, its compiles a comprehensive database of the different programmes adopted by both lower- and upper-middle-income countries, according to a basic schema introduced, which includes multiple programs across over 100 economies.

  5. Research Seminar

    Inequality hysteresis and the effectiveness of macroeconomic stabilisation policies

    This talk will highlight a new facet of inequality: its persistence or "hysteresis" after recessions. The authors show that inequality increases faster and more persistently in the aftermath of recessions, highlighting the importance of taking inequality into account when designing and implementing fiscal and monetary policy.