Working Papers

The Working Papers of the Turin School of Development are part of a wider effort by the International Training Centre of the ILO to the development policy dialogue through wide dissemination of the research findings of its staff, postgraduate course participants, partner institutions and external collaborators. Papers are selected for publication on the basis of originality, technical soundness and policy relevance.

WP No. 2, "The Impact of Labour Market Institutions on Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from South America", Agustín Velásquez

WP No. 3, "An Analysis of Labour Market Returns to Education in Vietnam: Evidence from the National Labour Force Survey 2012", Dung Tien Nguyen

WP No. 4, "Italian Top PaidWorkers: Gender Disparities in Careers and Earnings",  Elena Villar

WP No. 5, "Comparative analysis of sources of growth in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya: a growth accounting approach", Mafutah D. Bunini

WP No. 6, "The consent of a state to international investment arbitration: insights on the Venezuelan case", Viviana Figoli Padrón

WP No. 7, "Letters of intent in modern commercial transactions. Looking at the past to improve the future", Elena Tironi


Just published!


Labour Administration and Labour Inspection in Asian Countries - Strategic approaches

Giuseppe Casale and Alagandram Sivananthiran

New publication by the Director of the Turin School of Development, Mr Giuseppe Casale. If interested, please contact:  ilo@turpin-distribution.com


Forthcoming soon:

"What Explains Africa’s Jobless Growth?", Samuel Asfaha and Edlira Narazani

This paper examines sources of economic growth in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya using a growth accounting approach. Based on a Cobb-Douglas production function and using data from 1960 to 2011, the paper analyzes and compares the contribution to growth of total factor productivity (TFP), capital accumulation and labour.  


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