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262: Institutional set-up of active labour market policy provision in OECD and EU countries: Organisational set-up, regulation and capacity Downloads
Anne Lauringson and Marius Lüske
261: A crisis on the horizon: Ensuring affordable, accessible housing for people with disabilities Downloads
Marissa Plouin, Willem Adema, Pauline Fron and Paul-Marie Roth
260: Looking beyond COVID-19: Strengthening family support services across the OECD Downloads
Sophie Riding, Olivier Thévenon, Willem Adema and Gráinne Dirwan
259: Introducing individual savings accounts for severance pay in Spain: An ex-ante assessment of the distributional effects Downloads
Alexander Hijzen and Andrea Salvatori
257: Redistribution from a joint income-wealth perspective: Results from 16 European OECD countries Downloads
Sarah Kuypers, Francesco Figari and Gerlinde Verbist
256: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on the labour market: What do we know so far? Downloads
Marguerita Lane and Anne Saint-Martin
255: What happened to jobs at high risk of automation? Downloads
Alexandre Georgieff and Anna Milanez
254: Job mobility, reallocation and wage growth: A tale of two countries Downloads
Alexander Hijzen, Wouter Zwysen and Mats Erik Lillehagen
253: Can disability benefits promote (re)employment?: Considerations for effective disability benefit design Downloads
Duncan MacDonald, Christopher Prinz and Herwig Immervoll
252: How reliable are social safety nets?: Value and accessibility in situations of acute economic need Downloads
Raphaela Hyee, Herwig Immervoll, Rodrigo Fernandez and Jongmi Lee
251: Promoting social mobility in Austria Downloads
Michael Förster and Sebastian Königs
250: Improving evidence on VET: Comparative data and indicators Downloads
Viktoria Kis
249: Identifying and addressing employment barriers in Belgium, Korea and Norway: Implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy Downloads
Rodrigo Fernandez, Alexander Hijzen, Daniele Pacifico and Stefan Thewissen
248: The 2018-2021 working time reform in Korea: A preliminary assessment Downloads
Alexander Hijzen and Stefan Thewissen
247: The new hazardous jobs and worker reallocation Downloads
Gaetano Basso, Tito Boeri, Alessandro Caiumi and Marco Paccagnella
246: Working during COVID-19: Cross-country evidence from real-time survey data Downloads
Vincenzo Galasso and Martial Foucault
245: L’individualisation des dispositifs d’accès à la formation: l’exemple français du Compte Personnel de Formation Downloads
Coralie Perez and Ann Vourc'h
245: Individualising training access schemes: France – the Compte Personnel de Formation (Personal Training Account – CPF) Downloads
Coralie Perez and Ann Vourc'h
244: The changing labour market for graduates from medium-level vocational education and training Downloads
Marieke Vandeweyer and Annelore Verhagen
243: Delivering evidence based services for all vulnerable families Downloads
Daniel Acquah and Olivier Thévenon
242: Who can log in? The importance of skills for the feasibility of teleworking arrangements across OECD countries Downloads
Ricardo Espinoza and Laura Reznikova
241: Workforce composition, productivity and pay: The role of firms in wage inequality Downloads
Chiara Criscuolo, Alexander Hijzen, Cyrille Schwellnus, Erling Barth, Wen-Hao Chen, Richard Fabling, Priscilla Fialho, Katarzyna Grabska-Romagosa, Ryo Kambayashi, Timo Leidecker, Oskar Skans, Capucine Riom, Duncan Roth, Balazs Stadler, Richard Upward and Wouter Zwysen
240: Treating all children equally?: Why policies should adapt to evolving family living arrangements Downloads
Antonela Miho and Olivier Thévenon
239: A global profile of emigrants to OECD countries: Younger and more skilled migrants from more diverse countries Downloads
Rohen d’Aiglepierre, Anda David, Charlotte Levionnois, Gilles Spielvogel, Michele Tuccio and Erik Vickstrom
238: What are Europeans’ views on migrant integration?: An in-depth analysis of 2017 Special Eurobarometer “Integration of immigrants in the European Union” Downloads
Lenka Drazanova, Thomas Liebig, Silvia Migali, Marco Scipioni and Gilles Spielvogel
237: Designing fair and work-oriented unemployment benefits: The case of Belgium Downloads
Alexander Hijzen and Andrea Salvatori
236: Technology and the future of work in emerging economies: What is different Downloads
Daniel Alonso Soto
235: Child labour: Causes, consequences and policies to tackle it Downloads
Olivier Thévenon and Eric Edmonds
234: Under-employment: A crisis hangover, or something more? Downloads
Duncan MacDonald
233: Improving work-based learning in schools Downloads
Pauline Musset
232: Job polarisation and the middle class: New evidence on the changing relationship between skill levels and household income levels from 18 OECD countries Downloads
Andrea Salvatori and Thomas Manfredi
231: Returns to different forms of job related training: Factoring in informal learning Downloads
Priscilla Fialho, Glenda Quintini and Marieke Vandeweyer
230: What is happening to middle skill workers? Downloads
Andrew Green
229: Measuring and assessing talent attractiveness in OECD countries Downloads
Michele Tuccio
228: Automation and occupational wage trends Downloads
Zachary Parolin
227: Assessing recent reforms and policy directions in France: Implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy Downloads
Stéphane Carcillo, Antoine Goujard, Alexander Hijzen and Stefan Thewissen
226: Faces of joblessness in Australia: An anatomy of employment barriers using household data Downloads
Herwig Immervoll, Daniele Pacifico and Marieke Vandeweyer
225: Do digital skill certificates help new workers enter the market?: Evidence from an online labour platform Downloads
Otto Kässi and Vili Lehdonvirta
224: Statistical profiling in public employment services: An international comparison Downloads
Sam Desiere, Kristine Langenbucher and Ludo Struyven
223: Productivity and wage effects of firm-level collective agreements: Evidence from Belgian linked panel data Downloads
Andrea Garnero, Francois Rycx and Isabelle Terraz
222: How do Europeans differ in their attitudes to immigration?: Findings from the European Social Survey 2002/03 – 2016/17 Downloads
Anthony Heath and Lindsay Richards
221: Job Quality, Health and Productivity: An evidence-based framework for analysis Downloads
Anne Saint-Martin, Hande Inanc and Christopher Prinz
220: Tackling child poverty in Canada Downloads
Olivier Thévenon
219: Tackling child poverty in Korea Downloads
Olivier Thévenon
218: Child poverty in the OECD: Trends, determinants and policies to tackle it Downloads
Olivier Thévenon, Thomas Manfredi, Yajna Govind and Ilya Klauzner
217: Organised Decentralisation of Collective Bargaining: Case studies of Germany, Netherlands and Denmark Downloads
Christian Ibsen and Maarten Keune
216: Triple Disadvantage?: A first overview of the integration of refugee women Downloads
Thomas Liebig and Kristian Rose Tronstad
215: How demanding are activation requirements for jobseekers Downloads
Herwig Immervoll and Carlo Knotz
210: Faces of Joblessness in Portugal: A People-centred perspective on employment barriers and policies Downloads
Nicola Düll, Céline Thévenot, Herwig Immervoll, James Browne, Rodrigo Fernandez, Dirk Neumann and Daniele Pacifico
209: Faces of Joblessness in Ireland: A People-centred perspective on employment barriers and policies Downloads
James Browne, Herwig Immervoll, Rodrigo Fernandez, Dirk Neumann, Daniele Pacifico and Céline Thévenot
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