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 broken link: wages & productivity - Productivity is growing worldwide but wages are not keeping pace. That’s one of the conclusions of the Global Wage Report by the International Labour Organization. The report also confirms a continuing trend: employees in developing and emerging economies are earning more than they were before the global economic crisis began while workers in richer, developed countries are seeing their pay stagnate or even decline.
UK Should Consider Brexit If EU Signs TTIP, Suggests Labour Economics Adviser Joseph Stiglitz
UK Should Consider Brexit If EU Signs TTIP, Suggests Labour Economics Adviser Joseph Stiglitz. Britain could be better off outside the European Union if the proposed free trade deal with the United States is signed, a senior Labour economic adviser has suggested. Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel P
Taking care of farm animals: a common task for children who were too young to work in the fields or around a hot stove in the kitchen. It was also a great way to introduce kids to the economics of farm labour.
The 13 women who transformed the world of economics
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