Nov 2015
Author(s): Sembler, Jose Ignacio; Linares, Ana María; Schijman, Agustina; Scholl, Lynn; Fevre, Chloe; Britton, Kathryn; Guerrero, Alejandro; Tetreault, Alayna; Ramirez, Santiago; Palomino, Alejandro; Hernández, María José; Beltrán, Víctor
As part of its 2015 annual work plan, the Office of Evaluation and Oversight (OVE) has prepared the Bank's country program evaluation (CPE) with Uruguay for the period 2010-2015. This CPE is the…
Nov 2015
Author(s): Sembler, Jose Ignacio; Linares, Ana María; Schijman, Agustina; Scholl, Lynn; Fevre, Chloe; Britton, Kathryn; Guerrero, Alejandro; Tetreault, Alayna; Ramirez, Santiago; Palomino, Alejandro; Hernández, María José; Beltrán, Víctor
Como parte de su plan anual de trabajo 2015, la Oficina de Evaluación y Supervisión (OVE) preparó la Evaluación del Programa de País (CPE) del Banco con Uruguay durante el periodo 2010-2015. Este CPE…
Aug 2015
Author(s): Chacaltana, Juan; Díaz, Juan José; Rosas-Shady, David
El presente documento plantea que Perú requiere reformar su sistema actual de formación para el trabajo con la finalidad de mantener el crecimiento de su economía y, al mismo tiempo, continuar…
May 2008
Author(s): Cárdenas, Juan Camilo; Chong, Alberto E.; Ñopo, Hugo R.
This paper explores the link between what people say they prefer to do and what they actually do. Using data from an experimental project exploring trust and pro-sociality for representative samples…
Jun 2007
Author(s): Galdo, José; Saavedra-Chanduví, Jaime; Chong, Alberto E.
Peru has one of the highest informality rates in Latin America, with almost 60 percent of the urban labor force working at the margins of labor market legislation or in microenterprises that lack…
Jun 2007
Author(s): León, Gianmarco; Chong, Alberto E.
This paper takes advantage of a recent large firm-level dataset to compare labor indicators of privatized, private, and public firms around the world, particularly wages, benefits, labor composition…
Sep 1998
Author(s): Scarpetta, Stefano
The OECD labor market has undergone major changes over the past two decades. The most evident of these changes is the rise in the number of job-seekers. In 1997, there were more than 35 million…