Publications

2022

  1. Quick guide to understanding the impact of the new statistical standards on ILOSTAT databases

    02 September 2022

2021

  1. Draft Resolution concerning Statistics on the Informal Economy (ver. October 2021)

    02 November 2021

  2. Conceptual framework draft with ver. 27_08_2021

    02 November 2021

  3. Conceptual framework draft with ver. 27_08_2021

    02 November 2021

  4. Draft Resolution concerning Statistics on the Informal Economy (ver. October 2021)

    02 November 2021

  5. Global review of impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on labour force surveys and dissemination of labour market statistics

    30 September 2021

    In March 2021 the ILO undertook a global survey of national data producers to understand the impacts of the pandemic on their statistical operations particularly in the domain of labour statistics. The findings show that impacts were very wide spread and significant. This created a massive challenge for data producers which they responded to by making many changes and generally maintaining or even increasing the range of data published.

  6. LFS modular time use measurement project

    29 September 2021

    Closing the gender data gap on unpaid domestic and care work

  7. Measuring Women and Men’s Work: Main Findings from a Joint ILO and World Bank Study in Sri Lanka

    01 September 2021

    This report presents a range of findings from the joint ILO and World Bank Study completed in partnership with the Department of Census and Statistics of Sri Lanka. The report shows the key areas of inconsistency discovered between the labour force survey and multi-topic living standards survey, how those inconsistencies were addressed across a range of topics including the measurement of employment, labour underutilization and own-use production work. In addition the report highlights the range of valuable data that can be generated when the 19th ICLS standards are applied through household surveys.

  8. Measuring Women and Men’s Work: Summary of Main Findings and Recommendations from a Joint ILO and World Bank Study in Sri Lanka

    01 September 2021

    This report highlights the key findings from the Joint ILO and World Bank Study completed in partnership with the Department of Census and Statistics of Sri Lanka. In addition it highlights the key lessons learned and recommendations for household surveys seeking to measure in line with the latest international statistical standards, in particular those adopted at the 19th ICLS.

  9. Volunteer work measurement guide

    06 May 2021