Una reflexión sobre las primeras respuestas de política al impacto del Covid-19 sobre el empleo
A reflection on the first mitigating policies of the impact of Covid-19 on employment
Miguel Malo ()
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In this article, I present a survey of the first policy answers to the pandemica crisis of Covid-19. This survey focuses on the effects on employment and working conditions, because the pandemic shock is just a direct shock on labour supply. As a result, it is a supply and demand shock at the same time. I discuss the recommendations of the International Labour Organization in terms of the design and implementation of labour market policies, in developed, emerging, and developing countries. A section on the employment impacts of the pandemic and the future of work closes the article.
Keywords: Covid-19; labour market policies; short-time work; developing countries; future of work (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I10 J20 J68 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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