Labour markets, human capital and inequality

Labour markets and the economy

 

 

 

Nearly two years after production began to recover from the worst recession to have hit OECD countries since the 1930s, the labour market situation remains a major preoccupation.

Main paper:

Persistence of high unemploymnent: what risks? what policies?

 

Policy Note:

Economics Department Policy Note No. 5,

 

Technical Papers:

Hysteresis in the Unemployment Exit Rate: A Cross-Country Microeconomic Analysis, OECD Economics Department Working Papers, forthcoming 2011, OECD, Paris by S. Dantan and Fabrice Murtin


Policies to Facilitate the Return to Work, OECD Economics Department Working Papers, forthcoming 2011, OECD, Paris by Alain De Serres, Fabrice Murtin and Christine de la Maisonneuve


Labour Market Institutions and the Flow Decomposition of Unemployment”, OECD Economics Department Working Papers, forthcoming 2011, OECD, Paris by Alain De Serres, A. Hijzen and Fabrice Murtin.

 

Associated release:

Economic Outlook No. 89, to be released on 25 May 2011

 

Excel: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/888932401976

 

Working Papers on Labour markets

Labour markets topic page