Sectoral strategies to promote decent and productive employment

Sectoral strategies for decent and productive employment. Creating jobs through structural transformation
Employment Promotion

Sectoral strategies to promote decent and productive employment

16–21 Novembre 2020
The course is available in English

Unemployment, underemployment, and informal employment are just a few of the challenges young people face today. Sustainable employment creation promotes economic diversification and structural change for employment, productivity, and growth. This course supports policy makers, practitioners, and analysts deepen their knowledge of sectoral strategies and macroeconomic frameworks, so they can shape employment outcomes.

Join this course to learn how to leverage the latest findings in sectoral employment policy.

Key features
Learn differently

The Centre’s training methods include dynamic discussions and practical exercises

Learn together

Participants engage in Q&As with experts and work with their peers in small group workshops

Learn individually

Participants examine best practices and country-specific case studies

Who attends this course?
  • Policy makers and advisors
  • Technical officials and experts
  • Researchers and academics
What topics does this course cover?

This course provides an overview of relevant sectoral policies for decent work and inclusive growth.

  • The conceptual framework around structural transformation and employment creation 
  • Sectoral drivers and the productivity gap between sectors
  • Strategies for jobs creation in the digital economy and the future of work
What will I learn?

Participants engage in technical discussions and use economic models to guide specific policies and interventions.

  • How to assess patterns of structural transformation through growth accounting
  • How reallocation efforts within and between sectors enhances decent jobs creation
  • All about different active labour market measures that promote jobs and enterprise development
What will I be able to do?

The goal of this course is to combine theoretical insights, hands-on experiences, and knowledge-sharing opportunities.

  • Use analytical tools to diagnose employment and decent work challenges 
  • Integrate employment issues into economic policies, especially sectoral policies
  • Boost the structural transformation of national economies
Why should I join?

The Turin Centre is known for its unconventional and highly effective learning methodologies.

  • Interactive training sessions, including Q&As with subject matter experts and small group workshops, facilitate individual and collective learning.
  • Participants learn practical skills by experimenting with employment policy analysis tools in the classroom.
  • The course provides an online platform for practitioners and analysts to share and discuss country-specific cases and related employment policy challenges.

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