Publications on Wages

January 2008

  1. Publication

    Yearbook of Labour Statistics - Country profiles - 2008

    14 January 2008

    Published annually

  2. Publication

    Yearbook of Labour Statistics - Time series - 2008

    14 January 2008

    Published annually

January 2007

  1. Publication

    Flexicurity: A relevant approach in Central and Eastern Europe

    25 January 2007

    This book argues, with case studies contributed by outstanding national experts, that the flexicurity approach is the most relevant for Central and Eastern European countries and suggests appropriate reforms of economic policy, institutional framework of the labour market, labour market policy and education and social policies in this region.

  2. Publication

    Yearbook of Labour Statistics, CD-ROM Multi-user - 2007

    14 January 2007

    Sources and Methods: Labour Statistics, Volumes 1-10 - Published annually

  3. Publication

    Yearbook of Labour Statistics, CD-ROM Single-user - 2007

    14 January 2007

    Sources and Methods: Labour Statistics, Volumes 1-10 - Published annually

  4. Publication

    Occupational Wages and Hours of Work and Retail Food Prices, CD-ROM Multi-user - 2007

    14 January 2007

    Statistics from the ILO October Inquiry - Published annually

  5. Publication

    Occupational Wages and Hours of Work and Retail Food Prices, CD-ROM Single-user - 2007

    14 January 2007

    Statistics from the ILO October Inquiry - Published annually

  6. Publication

    Occupational Wages and Hours of Work and Retail Food Prices - 2007

    14 January 2007

    Statistics from the ILO October Inquiry - Published annually

October 2006

  1. Working paper

    A Comparative Analysis of Promoting Pay Equity: Models and Impacts

    01 October 2006

    The variety of causes leading to gender inequalities in pay makes it apparent that no single policy measure is sufficient to reduce them. A set of interventions that simultaneously address each cause of the gender pay gap is necessary. Job evaluation methods help tackle discrimination in remuneration by comparing and establishing, on the basis of objective criteria, the relative value of two different jobs. Job evaluation helps to determine when two jobs that differ in content are of “equal value” and, thus, entitled to equal remuneration.

January 2006

  1. Publication

    Yearbook of Labour Statistics, CD-ROM Multi-user - 2006

    14 January 2006

    Sources and Methods: Labour Statistics, Volumes 1-10 - Published annually