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Employment policy implementation mechanisms : a synthesis based on country studies

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  • Islam, Rizwanul.

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In the light of these concerns, the ILO, with support from technical cooperation funds secured under the ILO-Korean Government Partnership Programme launched a cross-country project entitled “Comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms across countries” in the fist quarter of 2013. The following countries and region are covered by the project: Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Brazil, China, Republic of Korea, South Africa and the European Union (EU) including two of its member states, the United Kingdom and Germany.

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  • Islam, Rizwanul., 2014. "Employment policy implementation mechanisms : a synthesis based on country studies," ILO Working Papers 994856453402676, International Labour Organization.
  • Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:994856453402676
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