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    Income and Wages 16 November 2017

    Urban Revival for Inclusive Cities: The Cases of Detroit and Bilbao 

    Legacy cities of the Transatlantic region experienced prosperity and growth during the industrial era in North America and Europe. Globalization and technological advancement have compelled these urban areas once built on heavy manufacturing industries to reform and revitalize their economies. What will the 21st century bring for workers and economies in Transatlantic legacy cities?

    Education and Skills 19 July 2017

    How Can Advanced Economies Benefit From Germany’s Skills Training Model?

    Germany's model of dual vocational training is a key contributor to its strong economy, low youth unemployment and high competitiveness. How can other advanced economies develop and implement a similar system?

    by Knut Panknin
    Gender 22 March 2017

    Solving India’s Female Labor Force Challenge: JJN Writes for the Huffington Post

    JustJobs Network Associate Ruchika Joshi and Executive Director Sabina Dewan write for for the Huffington Post on how to resolve India's unique female labor force challenge.

    by Sabina Dewan, Ruchika Joshi
    Migration 2 March 2017

    Looking Beyond Economics to Explain Labor Migration

    To what extent do culture and politics influence people's decision to migrate? Greg Randolph shares insights from his recent field visit to Nepal.

    Technology 29 January 2017

    Transformations in Work- Looking Back, Looking Forward

    As JJN's Transformations in Work research campaign gains traction in policy circles across the globe, here are some of the highlights from the 2016 summit in Berlin.

    Technology 13 October 2016

    Online Labor Platforms: Technology for Everyone?

    Emerging and developing economies in particular are struggling to cope with the global jobs crisis, as vulnerable employment and underemployment continue to plague their labor markets.

    by Ruchika Joshi
    Technology 8 February 2016

    The Future of Employment Relationships in the On-Demand Economy

    There is an urgent need to reconsider the definition of "employment" without adversely affecting the growth of jobs in this dynamic sector or risking the dilution of workers' rights across industries.

    by Tanvir Malik
    Technology 4 February 2016

    Can ‘On-Demand Economy’ Improve the Conditions of Mexican Domestic Workers?

    Two distinct institutions have emerged in Mexico: SINACTTRAHO, a domestic workers' union, and Aliada, an on-demand housekeeping service. Which of the two will have a greater impact on the welfare of domestic workers?

    by Dhruv Jain

    How Are Farmers in Coastal Bangladesh Coping With Climate Change?

    Timothy Russell, International Rice Research Institute, speaks to JustJobs Network about ways in which rice farmers are coping with the problem of soil salinity.


    How Are Livelihoods Becoming Resilient to Climate Change in Bangladesh?

    Livelihood patterns are changing in interesting ways, as some farmers shift to high value crops like shrimp. Kevin T. Kamp, Climate Resilient Ecosystems and Livelihoods (CREL) project, Winrock International, shares the details.

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