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Workshop on Labour and Development

Jeudi 16 novembre 2017, de 11h à 19h

The International Development Economics (IDE) network brings together European researchers and institutions with partial funding from the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).

The workshop is organized by the team “Economics of Sustainable Development” of the Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (UMR CNRS 8174).

Creating decent jobs is a key element for poverty reduction in developing countries. Emerging economies are still suffering from deteriorating labour market conditions, following the 2008 crisis. In developing countries, chronic poor-quality employment remains pervasive. Informality and underemployment are important challenges for these countries.

This workshop aims at analysing the functioning of labour markets in developing countries. We welcome papers that focus on the effects of employment policies and labour regulations, the determinants of wages, the productive capacity and access to market of micro and small enterprises, the local effects of multinational firms, the specificities of worker-firm matching, the interactions between human capital and labour markets, the interplay between household decision making and labour outcomes, the role of working conditions, social protection and job opportunities in shaping labour outcomes and human capital investments, etc.

Submissions from young researchers, including Ph-D students are particularly welcome.
Submissions have to be sent to labourdevelopment@univ-paris1.fr before September, 30th.

Organizers: Rémi Bazillier and Laurine Martinoty
Location: Maison des Sciences Economiques – 106-112 Boulevard de l’Hôpital – Paris (13e) – France. 6th room floor.