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Hess, M (2006) Employment and labour markets. Other. AusAID, Canberra.

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Abstract

Beyond the emergencies of war, communal strife, natural disasters and pandemics, the issue of how people make their livelihood is fundamental to human well-being. Employment has been a major policy issue in the Pacific islands, Papua New Guinea and East Timor (the region) since these areas were first drawn into contact with international economic activity. Today the region faces employment challenges which, if not addressed, threaten economic development and social stability. This paper identifies issues impacting on employment growth in the region, possible barriers to employment growth and policy options to improve future employment opportunities.

Item Type: Report (Other)
Keywords: Employment; labour markets; economic development; social stability; public policy.
Publisher: AusAID
Additional Information:

This is a background paper for the Pacific 2020 report. Background papers provide the framework and content for the final Pacific 2020 report. They are important in their own right as they present a separate analysis of the nine growth topics covered by Pacific 2020, and practical policy options in each areas.

Date Deposited: 21 Sep 2007
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:22
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