Labour markets, human capital and inequality

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  • Economic Survey of Indonesia 2015

    Labour market informality is high and needs to be tackled by reducing rigidities in the formal sector, and by enhancing the effectiveness of the tax-transfer system for poverty alleviation and channelling other social benefits. More effort is required to improve education access and outcomes, including teacher assessments and professional development.

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  • Economic Survey of China 2015

    Future growth will increasingly rely on the quality of human capital, raising the importance of an effective education and training system.

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  • Economic Outlook and Interim Global Economic Assessment

    Low oil prices and monetary easing boost growth in the world’s major economies, but projected near-term growth remains modest and abnormally low inflation and interest rates point to risks of financial instability.

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