Publications on youth employment

  1. School-to-work-transitions in Mongolia

    20 February 2008

    Employment Working Paper No. 14

  2. School-to-work transition : evidence from Nepal

    05 February 2008

    Employment Working Paper No. 10

  3. Improving skills and productivity of disadvantaged youth

    15 January 2008

    Employment Working Paper No. 7

  4. Yearbook of Labour Statistics - Time series - 2008

    14 January 2008

    Published annually

  5. Trade and employment: Challenges for policy research

    19 February 2007

    This study provides an impartial view of what can be said, on the relationship between trade and employment, an often contentious issue of public debate. Its focus is on the connections between trade policies, and labour and social policies. It is the outcome of collaborative research between the secretariat of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the International Labour Office (ILO), addressing such issues tha concern both organizations.

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

    14 January 2007

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

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

    14 January 2007

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

  8. Global Employment Trends for Youth 2006

    29 October 2006

    The report emphasizes that today's youth face serious vulnerabilities in the world of work and warns that a lack of decent work, if experienced at an early age, may permanently compromise their future employment prospects. The report adds urgency to the UN call for development of strategies aimed at giving young people a chance to maximize their productive potential through decent employment.

  9. Beyond the scoreboard : youth employment opportunities and skills development in the sports sector

    01 August 2006

  10. Offshoring and the Internationalization of Employment. A Challenge for a Fair Globalization?

    14 March 2006

    The book examines the trends in the internationalisation of employment, looks at losers and winners and proposes new policies of compensation.