India needs livelihood- and skills-building programs that will help young people realize both their aspirations and the need for a more skilled workforce.
The World Bank’s new World Development Report doesn’t go far enough in embracing the importance of labor market institutions, such as a minimum wage and collective bargaining, in making jobs the driver of economic growth.
Knut Panknin presents the views of a top industrialist and a union leader on Germany’s economic success, both of whom agree that a well-paid workforce is essential to strong economic growth.
Blocking labor abuses report just the latest gambit by international employers seeking to roll back workers’ rights, says Jordan Bernhardt.
Sabina Dewan and Jordan Bernhardt detail how the upcoming G-20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico could result in meaningful global trade reform.
Sabina Dewan, James Hairston, and Jordan Bernhardt contend that the United States must make Egypt’s economy the focus of its assistance to the country.
A regional trade agreement being hammered out this week in Dallas could lead to improved trade between the United States and Japan once they get over a few hurdles, write Jordan Bernhardt and Sabina Dewan.
The Just Jobs Network highlights job creation ideas from select advanced and developing economies.
Sabina Dewan says that a new trade enforcement office and possible crackdown on China solar panel subsidies don’t address the root of the problem.
Increasing women’s labor participation is not just about fairness, writes James Hairston. It’s good for business.