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Principales tendencias de los mercados de trabajo desde una perspectiva mundial

Se acaba de publicar (20 de enero de 2020) el informe WESO (World Employment and Social Outlook) de 2020, elaborado por la Organización Internacional del Trabajo. Se trata de uno de los informes de referencia de dicha organización y cada edición anual realiza una puesta al día de las principales tendencias de los mercados de […]

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Combining policies in developing and emerging countries: The ‘quiet revolution’ of social protection floors

  [Extracted from my report: Malo, M.A. (2018) Finding proactive features in labour market policies: A reflection based on the evidence, Research Paper #8, ILO Future of Work Research Paper Series, International Labour Organization, Geneva (Switzerland)]   In developing and emerging countries, the combination of policies has been a distinctive characteristic of the development of […]

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Finding proactive features in labour market policies: A reflection based on the evidence

Very proud of being part of the series of Future of Work Research Papers, launched by the ILO. My paper is a reflection on different features of labour market policies, reviewing a lot of empirical evidence around the world and focusing on the impact evaluations of active labour market policies in developed and developing countries. […]

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Labour market regulation and labour market reforms in developing countries. Some basic issues

1. The challenge of labour market regulation consists of alleviating market failures and providing protection to workers without imposing great costs on firms’ performance or economic efficiency. Although there has been a long and hot academic and political debate about labour market regulation (especially on employment protection legislation, EPL), different reviews suggest that the impacts […]

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