<![CDATA[Korea Labor Institute - Labor Market & Employment Policies]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-08) Use of Local Currencies: Effects on Local Economy and Policy Implications ]]> I. Major Analysis Results
II. Policy Implications
III. Academic Considerations for Future Studies]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-07) Hours Actually Worked and Hours Paid for : The Current State and Measures to Reduce the Gap ]]> I. Research Background and Focus
II. Concept of Working Time, and Its Relationship to Other Economic Indicators
III. Current Status of Hours Actually Worked and Hours Paid for
IV. Implications]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-06) Exploring Impact Investing Models in the Social Economy ]]>
I. Introduction
II. Research Questions and Methods
III. Korea’s Policy Framework for Social Ventures
IV. Korea’s Impact Investing Ecosystem
V. Policy Suggestions: Introduction of the Social Impact Assessment and Customized Policies for Impact Investing]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-05) A Cross-national Comparative Study of Employment Support Policies for the Older Workers ]]>
I. Introduction
II. Employment Support Policies for Older Workers in Germany
III. Employment Support Policies for Older Workers in Finland
IV. Employment Support Policies for Older Workers in the Netherlands
V. Employment Support Policies for Older Workers in the UK
VI. Employment Support Policies for Older Workers in Japan
VII. Conclusion]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-04) The Climate Crisis and the World of Work (II) ]]>
I. The Impact of Carbon Neutrality on the Labor Market
II. Challenges for a Just Transition of the Coal-Fired Power Industry
III. Policy Tasks for a Just Transition of the Auto Industry
IV. Global Trade, Division of Labor and the Climate Crisis
V. Implications]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-03) The Climate Crisis and the World of Work (I) ]]>
I. Causes of the Climate Crisis and Response Strategies: From the Perspective of Climate Justice and a Just Transition
II. The Climate Crisis and Labor Law
III. The Climate Crisis and The Response of Labor]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-02) 2022 H1 Labor Market Review and H2 Outlook ]]>
I. Labor Market Overview: H1 2022
II. Labor Market Sectoral Review: H1 2022
III. H2 2022 Employment Outlook]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2022-01) 2021 Labor Market Review and 2022 Outlook ]]>
I. Labor Market Overview: 2021
II. 2021 Labor Market Sectoral Review
III. 2022 Employment Outlook]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2021-04) 2021 H1 Labor Market Review and H2 Outlook ]]>
I. Labor Market Overview: H1 2021
II. Labor Market Sectoral Review: H1 2021
III. Employment Outlook: H2 2021 and beyond]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2021-03) Platform Workers: Their Numbers and Characteristics ]]>
I. Introduction
II. Platform Workers: Numbers and Characteristics
III. Platform Labor: Autonomy and Dependency
IV. General Characteristics Including Income
V. Demographic Characteristics
VI. Summary and Conclusion]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2021-02) 2020 Labor Market Assessment and 2021 Outlook ]]>
I. Introduction
II. Evaluation of the 2020 Labor Market by Sector
III. Employment Outlook for 2021]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2021-01) Dependent Self-Employed Contractors: Evaluating Working Conditions and Employment Insurance Coverage Based on Workers’ Compensation Insurance Data ]]> I. Analyzing the Current Status of Dependent Self-Employed Contractors Based on Workers’ Compensation Insurance DB
II. Dependent Self-Employed Contractor: Hires, Separations and Seniority
III. Expanding Coverage of Employment Insurance
IV. Implications

* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on December 15, 2020 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2020-09).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-09) The Lessons and Implications of Employment Policies and Grand Tripartite Agreements to Overcome Past Economic Crises ]]>
I.  Introduction
II. The Development Process of Past Economic Crises and Employment Situations
III. Restructuring and Labor-Management Conflicts Due to Economic Crises
IV. Efforts to Overcome Economic Crises through Grand Tripartite Agreement
V. The Government’s Financial Support for Overcoming Employment Crisis
VI. What should we do to overcome the COVID-19 Economic Crisis?

* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on June 30, 2020 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2020-08).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-08) COVID-19: Scale of Those Excluded from Social Protection and Alternative Policy Directions ]]> I. Government’s COVID-19 Scale of Support and Employment Measures
II. Excluded from Social Protection: Status and Scale
III. The Need for Support Programs Specific to Vulnerable Workers

* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on April 22nd, 2020 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2020-04).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-07) Directions and Challenges of Vocational Education and Training Policies in Response to COVID-19 ]]> I. Introduction
II. Impact of COVID-19 and Current Responses
III. Strategic Response and Policy Challenges
IV. Conclusion

* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on June 22nd, 2020 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2020-07).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-06) Reform of the Employment Retention Subsidy Against COVID-19 ]]> I. Introduction
II. Reform of Korea’s Employment Retention Subsidy
III. Revision of Employment Retention Programs in Other Countries
IV. Assessment and Improvement of the Employment Retention Subsidy

* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on May 15th, 2020 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2020-06).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-05) COVID-19 and Employment Administration Delivery Systems ]]>

I. Introduction

II. Understanding Changes in Employment Administration Delivery System: What Will Change?

III. The Directions and Principles of Change in the Employment Administration System: What Kind of Reforms Should be Made?


* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on May 13th, 2020 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2020-05).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-04) Suggestions on Employment Policies in Response to COVID-19 ]]> Ⅰ. Reduced Income of Vulnerable Workers in the Labor Market  
Ⅱ. Job Retention
Ⅲ. Emergency Income Support for the Unemployed
Ⅳ. Towards a Universal Employment Safety Net]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-03) Employment Support Policies in Response to COVID-19: Current Status and Areas for Improvement ]]> Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Employment Retention Measures
Ⅲ. Income Protection Measures
Ⅳ. Conclusion]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2020-01) Evaluation of 2019 Labor Market and 2020 Employment Outlook ]]> I. Overview of the Labor Market in 2019

II. Evaluation of 2019 Labor Market by Sector

III. Employment Outlook for the Second Half of 2019 and 2020

* This working paper was originally written and published in Korean, on December 13th, 2019 in the KLI Employment and Labor Brief (2019-08).]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-08): Industrial Relations: Review and Issues in the First Half of 2019 and Challenges in the Second Half ]]> I. Review of Industrial Relations: First Half of 2019

II. Industrial Relations Outlook and Challenges: The Second Half of 2019]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-07) Labor Market Assessment in the First Half and Labor Outlook for the Second Half of 2019 ]]> I. Overview of the Labor Market in the First Half of 2019

II. Evaluation of the First Half of the 2019 Labor Market by Sector

III. Employment Outlook for the Second Half of 2019]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-06) A New Approach for Estimating the Number of Dependent Self-employed Contractors in South Korea ]]> I. Introduction

II. Literature Review

III. Korean Contexts

IV. New Conceptual Approach to Estimate the Size of Dependent Self-employed Contractor Population

V. Methods

VI. Results

VII. Discussion and conclusion]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-05) Movements of Jobs in Industries of Employment Crisis Zones ]]>
II. Trends in Intersectoral Movement

III. Trends in Occupational Movement

IV. Trends in Regional Movement

V. Limitations of the Analysis, and Summary]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-04) 2018 Wage Trends and Wage Outlook for 2019 ]]>
II. Wage Trends in 2018

III. Relative Wage Level of Different Types of Workers

IV. Wage Outlook for 2019]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-03) Innovative SMEs and Job Creation for Youth ]]>
II. Characteristics of High-growth Enterprises and Youth Employment

III. Contribution of Innovative SMEs to Total and Youth Employment

IV. Case Studies of Innovative SMEs

V. Directions for Policy Improvement]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2019-01) Evaluation of 2018 Labor Market and 2019 Employment Outlook ]]> - Center for Labor Trends Analysis, Korea Labor Institute]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2018-09) Labor Market Assessment in the First Half and Labor Outlook for the Second Half of 2018 ]]> - Center for Labor Trends Analysis, Korea Labor Institute]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2018-06) Wage Trends in 2017 and Wage Outlook for 2018 ]]> - Center for Labor Trends Analysis, Korea Labor Institute]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2018-05) Factors Contributing to the Wage Inequality Change during 2006-2015 ]]> - Jun-ho Jeong, Byung You Cheon and Jiyeun Chang]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2018-02) Employment and Labor Policies in a Transitional Period: Assessment and Outlook of Korea’s Industrial Relations ]]> - Heungjun Jung]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2018-01) Evaluation of 2017 Labor Market and 2018 Employment Outlook ]]>
- Center for Labor Trends Analysis]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2017-15/Employment and Labor Policies in Transition: Employment) Employee Protection to Facilitate Restructuring ]]> - Jae-Min Seong (Research Fellow, KLI)]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2017-13) The ‘Deepening’ of Digital Technology and Its Impact on Jobs ]]> - Jai-Joon Hur (Senior Research Fellow, KLI]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2017-12/Employment and Labor Policies in Transition: Employment) How to Improve Older Workers’ Job Security and Increase Demand for Their Labor ]]> - In-Song Jang(Research Fellow, KLI)]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2017-08/Employment and Labor Policies in Transition: Employment) Youth Employment: Reality and Beginnings of Improvement ]]> - Yoobin Kim (Research Fellow, KLI)]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2017-07/Employment and Labor Policies in Transition: Employment) Overview: Employment and Labor Policies in Transition ]]>
- Sung-taek Kim (Acting President, KLI)]]>
<![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2016-02) Impact of Labor Unions on Changes in the Direct and Indirect Employment of Nonstandard Workers: Panel Analysis Study ]]> - Kim, Jungwoo]]> <![CDATA[ (Working Paper 2016-01) LABOR INCOME SHARE AND INCOME INEQUALITY IN KOREA ]]>
-Byung-Hee Lee(Senior Research Fellow, KLI)]]>
<![CDATA[ Young Workers and the Aging of Trade Unions ]]> - Jewoo Jung]]> <![CDATA[ Supply-Chain Model and Working-Conditions Gap: The Automotive and Shipbuilding Industries ]]>
- Joyup Ahn]]>
<![CDATA[ Differentials in Working Conditions in the Supply-Chain Model ]]>
- Joyup Ahn]]>
<![CDATA[ The Youth Labor Market in Korea: Current Situation and Employment Policy ]]>
- Yoo Bin Kim]]>
<![CDATA[ Comparison of Wages and Working Conditions by Size of Enterprise ]]>
- Bok-Soon Kim]]>
<![CDATA[ The Middle Class in Korea: Estimated Size and Redistribution Policy ]]>
- Jayoung Yoon]]>
<![CDATA[ Labor Income Share in Korea: Measuring Issues and Trends ]]>
- Byung-Hee Lee]]>
<![CDATA[ Impact of Global Outsourcing on Job Stability ]]>
- Kyung Hee Lee]]>
<![CDATA[ 2014 Labor Market Review and Outlook for 2015 ]]> (Labor Trends Analysis Team, Korea Labor Institute)]]> <![CDATA[ The Employment Permit System and Support Polices for the Migrant Workforce ]]> <![CDATA[ Recent Labor Market Trends and Characteristics of the Finance and Insurance Industry ]]> Recent Labor Market Trends and Characteristics of the Finance and Insurance Industry

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