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    Perspective
    Entrepreneurship 11 February 2022

    Is Entrepreneurship A Viable Alternative To Jobs?

    How practical is it to aspire to be self-employed? Does it pay off for all those who venture? What are the pitfalls?

    Perspective
    Others 8 February 2022

    The country’s quest for scale shouldn’t overlook quality

    With 1.4 billion people, India is well on its way to becoming the world’s most populous country, beating China. Our youth population alone is larger than the total population of the US, or that of any other industrialized country. It is understandable then that a quest to achieve scale is among the top priorities of the government’s development interventions.

    Report
    Technology 31 January 2022

    Technology, Equality and the Future of Work in South and South East Asia

    This paper seeks to take stock of the main dimensions shaping the future of work in the South and South East Asia and present key messages and policy recommendations to create an innovative and inclusive future of work.

    by Sabina Dewan et al.
    Podcast
    Technology 3 July 2021

    Industry 4.0 and the Ramifications on Asian Societies and Economies

    What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution or also known as "Industry 4.0" mean for societies, economies and workers in Asia.

    Report
    Technology 8 May 2021

    The World in 2030: Looking Back Ten Years from Now

    This book provides well-founded insights and guidance to (self-)manage work in a globalized and digitalized knowledge economy with a perspective of the year 2030. International researchers and practitioners draw a picture of how, when, and where we will work most probably in 10 years.

    Perspective

    Labour Regulations need Both Clarity and Uniformity

    Labour regulations in India are as sensitive a subject as they are complex and cumbersome. Workers are often rightly identified as the lifeblood of any organization or industry.

    Brief

    Research in the COVID-19 Context. Adaptive Methods and Ethical Considerations

    The Women, Work, and the Gig Economy research consortium - supported by the International Development Research Centre, Canada (IDRC), coordinated by JustJobs Network - has released a brief on methodological and ethical questions of how to adapt research to the conditions of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    by Mukta Naik
    Report
    Trade and Supply Chains 5 January 2021

    Just Jobs in Global Value Chains: Defining Inclusive Industrialization for ASEAN

    Over the last three decades, the world has seen a shift away from arms-length trade brokered through trade agreements between governments toward a fragmentation of production processes across nations carried out through private transactions between firms. 

    by Sabina Dewan et al.
    Brief
    Trade and Supply Chains 2 January 2021

    The Philippines in the Electronics Global Value Chains

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the Philippines’ economic evolution, particularly in the electronics sector, and offers insights into the challenges and opportunities for future growth and development in the context of globalisation and changing trade dynamics.

    Perspective
    Technology 18 December 2020

    Rebuilding the World of Work: Visionary Voices on the Post-pandemic Economy: Prof. Ian Goldin

    Ian Goldin, Professor of Globalisation and Development at the University of Oxford, in conversation with Sabina Dewan on the likely length and depth of the economic crisis induced by COVID-19, and the steps that are necessary now to ensure that the economic recovery leads to more resilient economies, livelihoods, and communities.

    by Ian Goldin