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Integrating Productive Employment into the Post-2015 Development Agenda

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This paper draws on the special comments delivered by Dr Rizwanul Islam, former Special Adviser, Growth, Employment and Poverty Reduction Sector, ILO, Geneva at a session of the Dhaka Expert Group Meeting on a very pertinent issue. The paper underscores the importance of productive and decent employment in achieving inclusive economic growth, one of the major pillars of post-2015 development agenda. Highlighting how employment can act as a mechanism for transformative change, Dr Islam delineates some measurable indicators and policy considerations for achieving this particular goal.

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  • Dr Rizwanul Islam, 2013. "Integrating Productive Employment into the Post-2015 Development Agenda," Southern Voice Occasional Paper 3, Southern Voice.
  • Handle: RePEc:svo:opaper:3
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    1. Avenyo, Elvis Korku & Konte, Maty & Mohnen, Pierre, 2019. "The employment impact of product innovations in sub-Saharan Africa: Firm-level evidence," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 48(9), pages 1-1.

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