Publications on Least developed countries

  1. Challenges for achieving job-rich and inclusive growth in Mongolia

    22 August 2011

    Employment Working Paper No. 94

  2. On the income dimension of employment in developing countries

    04 February 2011

    Employment Working Paper No. 72

  3. Economic growth, employment and poverty reduction: A comparative analysis of Chile and Mexico

    21 January 2011

    Employment Working Paper No. 78

  4. Rwanda forging ahead: The challenge of getting everybody on board

    20 July 2010

    Employment Working Paper No. 62

  5. Growth, employment and poverty reduction in Indonesia

    22 September 2009

    This timely study examines the impact of policies on growth, employment and poverty reduction in Indonesia, reviewing the periods both before and after the 1997 financial crisis and drawing important implications for today's policy-makers.

  6. Poverty,Development and the Elimination of Slavery, Anti Slavery International

    01 October 2007

    This paper highlights the existing links between poverty, social exclusion and the different contemporary forms of slavery and the potential for development projects to reduce both slavery and poverty internationally. We argue that development assistance which is targeted at those in slavery or at risk of becoming slaves may be particularly effective in helping to achieve the millennium development goals as well contributing towards the reduction of slavery from the world.

  7. Economic security for a better world

    26 February 2007

    In all regions of the world, the seven forms of labour-related security (defined in the book) have been affected by globalisation and the policies steering it.