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Caribbean labour market challenges and policies
More but not better jobs in Chile? The fundamental importance of open-ended contracts
Chilean governments since 1990 have relied on economic growth to generate employment, higher wages and better conditions of employment. But the results of this policy have been mixed: quantitative improvements in ...
The labour effect of a Disability Act. Longitudinal evidence from Chile
(Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2019)
In February of 2010 a Law on Equal Opportunities and Social Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities, the Law N. 20.422, was enacted in Chile. One of the aims of this reform was to improve the labour inclusion for the ...
Informality and employment quality in Argentina: country case study on labour market segmentation
(International Labour Organization, 2014)
This working paper examines employment quality and labour market segmentation in Argentina. The labour market in the country is marked by heterogeneity; the rate of informal employment is high, though it diminished ...