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Summer School on Labour Economics for Development (EN/FR)

— sector: Research, education, administration
— theme: Employment and socio-economic policies, Skills and employability, Sustainable Enterprise/Value chain development
— country: Global
— type: Flyers

This course will review the relevance of labour economics theories for developing countries, and single out what works and what does not, drawing on the latest research findings. This course provides fundamental concepts and a wide range of practices and analytical tools for a better understanding of Labour Market challenges. Research institutions and Development Agencies involved on Labour Market challenges and the role of Labour Market institutions on Development Countries may find the course useful. The training is suitable to Government Officials working or poised to work on National Development, Employment strategies and Labour Market policies.

Publishing Year

URGENT - Application deadline: 29 May 2015
Code: A908138

When: 13 Jul 2015 - 17 Jul 2015
Venue: Turin Centre
Languages: English, French

Training area
Employment Policy and Analysis

Target Group
Researchers from both developed and developing countries, think tanks or research units of ministries and social partners; government officials working on national development and employment strategies.


Total cost: 2100 EUR
Tuition cost: 1500 EUR
Subsistence cost: 600 EUR

For one-week courses, tuition fees amount to 1,500 Euros and the subsistence fees to 600 Euros. Subsistence fees include full board and lodging at the Turin Centre’s Campus. For the two-weeks course, tuition fees amount to 2,150 Euros and the subsistence fees to 1,350 Euros.


Employment Policy and Analysis Programme
Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10
I-10127 Turin (Italy)
Tel. 39.011.6936888
Fax 39.011.6391908


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