Decent work: Concepts, models and indicators

Dhai, Gharam (2002) Decent work: Concepts, models and indicators Discussion Paper. International Institute for Labour Studies, Geneva.

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Abstract

The main purpose of this paper is to consider and evaluate indicators of decent work. It first discusses the concept and components of decent work. After discussing three models of decent work - classical, transition and development - it considers their relevance to countries with different institutional frameworks and at different stages of development. The paper also examines the suitability of a range of indicators on the four major components of decent work - employment, social security, worker's rights and social dialogue - illustrated with country level data.

Document Type:Monograph (Discussion Paper)
Keywords:indicators on the four major components of decent work - decent work, indicators, employment, social security, worker's rights, social dialogue
Topics:Work and human development > Conceptual issues
Work and human development > Methods and tools
Work and human development > Policies
Deposited On:19 Nov 2009 18:35

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