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Research Department Working Paper n°50
17 October 2019
The article explores the determinants of participation in the unemployment benefit system in Mauritius, focusing on the role played by eligibility criteria and take-up
Research Department Working Paper n°49
14 October 2019
This article conducts a comparative analysis of unemployment insurance schemes in advanced and emerging economies, with the aim of identifying differences in policy approaches across countries and pointing at possible consequences in terms of policy outcomes.
Research Department Working Paper n°48
09 October 2019
Recent years have seen a remarkable reversal in trade liberalization with the significant raises in tariffs on imports among major G20 economies. This working paper discusses the rationale for these policy shifts, provides an overview of recent measures, especially those implemented by the US administration and presents an overview of the estimated effects on employment as currently presented in the literature. The paper also provides an overview of the specific challenges represented by trade in digital services.
Research Department Working Paper n°47
08 October 2019
This article provides an inventory of the research carried out by the ILO on decent work in GSCs between 2014 and 2019 and helps to identify the challenges and remaining gaps in terms of research.
Research Department Working Paper n°46
17 September 2019
This article proposes a strategy to identify Syrian refugees in Turkey’s Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) using propensity score matching. This methodology is then used to find the actual geographical distribution of Syrian refugees in Turkey.
Research Department Working Paper n°45
10 September 2019
Research Department Working Paper n°44
The role of multinational company strategies in structuring global supply chains in the automotive industry
09 September 2019
Research Department Working Paper n°43
28 February 2019
Research Department Working Paper n°42
31 January 2019
Recognizing the possible beneficial effects for workers and enterprises, many MNEs have undertaken or are currently planning to undertake programs to offer social protection to their employees, going beyond legal obligations. This is a voluntary effort by enterprises that falls under the CSR framework. In this regard, this paper analyses improvement in coverage due to the implementation of such a program, L’Oréal’s Share & Care, and explores the possible effects of the change in a large number of benefits on performance-related indicators. It is also the first attempt to examine the impact of a social program by a company participating in the Global Business Network.
Research Department Working Paper n°41
16 January 2019
This paper analyses the effects of the activation and income-support interventions of the comprehensive social assistance intervention PANES, launched in Uruguay in May 2005 as an emergency plan to respond to a sharp deterioration of economic and social conditions in the country since 1999. It exploits the particular setup of the programme to assess the effects of the income support Ingreso Ciudadano (IC), which covered the entire pool of PANES participants, and the active component Trabajo por Uruguay (TxU), a public works programme implemented to increase the employability and social inclusion of beneficiaries.