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The main objective of this study is to inform decision makers on the need to act on the broad misalignment between youth employment preferences and the reality of labour market.
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The main objective of this study is to contribute to the ongoing debate on the role of youth entrepreneurship in generating employment in developing countries. It prompts a series of questions that are crucial to helping policy makers leverage the youth entrepreneurship potential for decent job creation.
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he Call to Action refers to earlier member State commitments to develop nationally owned social protection systems for all, including floors, as articulated in the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015.
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This study identifies possible futures and explores new paths for action in six countries in East Africa – Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. It highlights seven grand challenges that confront social protection policy makers in the region and discusses which policy directions are most appropriate for tackling today’s social protection needs and preparing for those of tomorrow.
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This Social Protection System Review explores ways by which social protection in Kyrgystan can be enhanced through a systemic approach.
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Cette étude estime l’impact redistributif des revenus fiscaux (les impôts) et des dépenses fiscales à travers les transferts monétaires, non monétaires, et les subventions, sur les revenus des ménages et les inégalités. Deux conclusions ressortent de cette analyse : la politique fiscale réduit les inégalités au Togo, mais appauvrit les ménages les plus pauvres.
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This study provides a comprehensive mapping of social protection spending across the five focus areas of the national social protection policy and analyses the fiscal space available for different spending scenarios up to 2025/26
Over the past 15 years, many African countries have achieved impressive economic growth. Africa’s gross domestic product grew by 4.7% per year on average between 2000 and 2017, making it the world’s second fastest-growing region. Nevertheless, the number of people living in extreme poverty is on the rise in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Unlocking the potential of regions, fostering multi-level governance and better management of water security are the three strategic priorities for Thailand to achieve faster and more inclusive economic growth, according to the OECD Multi-dimensional Review (MDCR) of the country. This second report builds on the results of an initial assessment that identified the main constraints to Thailand’s development.