In 1977 the ILO initiated a long-term programme of technical co-operation to help developing countries improve their labour market information (LMI). A decade or so later, considerable progress had been made but much remained to be done, especially given the impact of the profound economic changes on the labour market in most developing countries. This concise, readable study takes stock of these developments. Based on the findings of a joint ILO/DANIDA inter-regional seminar, it reviews progress in LMI over the past few years, focuses on the limitations of different methods and approaches for.
Author: L. Richter
Publisher: International Labour Organisation
Category: Business & Economics
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