Working papers


  1. The (missing) link between wages and productivity in the Philippines: What role for collective bargaining and the new two-tier wage system?

    07 October 2016

  2. Emplois atypiques et résultats sur le marché du travail au Cameroun, en République Démocratique du Congo et au Tchad

    19 September 2016

  3. Protecting people and the environment: Lessons learnt from Brazil’s Bolsa Verde, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, South Africa and 56 other experiences

    31 August 2016

    This working paper provides an overview of international experiences that combine social and environmental objectives within one programme and extract some lessons learned from existing PES schemes that may be useful when designing, implementing and monitoring social protection programmes such as the Bolsa Verde programme.

  4. Coverage of employment protection legislation

    31 August 2016

  5. Initial effects of Constitutional Amendment 72 on domestic work in Brazil

    01 August 2016

  6. Remembering rest periods in law: Another tool to limit excessive working hours

    29 July 2016

  7. The importance of informal finance in promoting decent work among informal operators: A comparative study of Uganda and India

    07 July 2016

    Social Finance Working Paper. 66

  8. Debt and productivity: Evidence from firm level data

    04 July 2016

  9. Technical Report: ILO workshop on labour administration reforms and innovations: efficiency and outreach

    01 July 2016

    This report summarises the main findings and evaluations from the workshop ‘Labour Administration Reforms and Innovations: Efficiency and Outreach’ held in Prague between the 8th and the 10th of December, 2015. The workshop was designed to develop synergies between academia, labour practitioners and ILO specialists in order to enhance the ILO knowledge base. In addition, the workshop sought to explore practical tools that could be used in technical cooperation activities in the field of labour administration.

  10. Firm dynamics and business cycle: What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger?

    23 June 2016