International Labor Organization (organization) The ILO is a UN agency that works to “shape policies and programmes promoting Decent Work for all.” The ILO website includes a variety of reports and other information on numerous topics, from child labor, forced labor, and working conditions, to green jobs, worker safety, and economic development.
The hidden underclass: how Australian underemployment is concealed
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has recently announced a 12-year high in the national unemployment rate. On top of this, casualisation is growing at a blitzkrieg pace. In 2013, casual and fixed-term contracts represented an estimated 35% of the Australian workforce, although some estimates are up around 40% today.
Labour's 'new' economics according to the shameless Liam Byrne
National Institute of Labour Economics Research and Development http://iamrindia.gov.in/
Stephen Smith (2003). Labour Economics. Published by Routledge, London.
Ingram, B. F. and G. R. Neumann (2006), “Returns to skill”, Labour Economics, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 35-59.
Industrial sickness in India & case study
Current European policies are widening the gap between #EU countries. #PRIMOPIANOSCALAc interviewsBrancaccio, a research fellow and lecturer in Political Economy and Labour Economics at Sannio University. He promoted the “Economists’ Warning”, a critique of European austerity policies. http://www.telosaes.it/pdf/primo-piano-scala-c/primopiano_scala_c_april14_n4.pdf