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Fitting Optimal Labour Market Institutions on Countries’ Plateau

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) considers Labour Market Institutions (LMIs) as a system of laws, norms or conventions resulting from a collective choice and providing constraints and incentives that influence individual choices over labour and remuneration. It is referred to … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en 2015, Sorpresa | Etiquetado , , , | 1 Comentario

Corruption & Prosperity Ranking 2013

As part of ILO activities deployed prior the face to face phase at ITC-ILO not only have I been working with classic Indicators such as Unemployment or Growth rate but also I have been involved with other International Indicators that … Seguir leyendo

Publicado en 2014, Sorpresa | Etiquetado , , , | Deja un comentario