Labour markets, human capital and inequality

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  • Economic Survey of New Zealand 2015

    Income inequality, reflecting in part unequal employment prospects, is above the OECD average. Recent welfare reforms facilitate the transition of beneficiaries into employment, but a greater focus is needed on improving the long-term outcomes of the most disadvantaged.

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  • Economic Outlook and Interim Global Economic Assessment

    The failure to achieve a stronger cyclical upswing has had very real costs in terms of foregone employment, stagnant living standards in advanced economies, less vigorous development in some emerging economies, and rising inequality nearly everywhere.

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  • Economic Survey of Slovenia 2015

    The failure to achieve a stronger cyclical upswing has had very real costs in terms of foregone employment, stagnant living standards in advanced economies, less vigorous development in some emerging economies, and rising inequality nearly everywhere.

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