India’s economy has not been creating enough formal jobs to absorb the country’s large and growing youth population. Forces such as technology, restructuring of trade into global value chains, climate change, and now the pandemic, are altering the labour market in unprecedented ways and are exacerbating the employment challenge.
JJN President and Executive Director Sabina Dewan takes part in a TV discussion hosted by India Ahead on women’s employment in India and strategies to rectify gender discrimination and inequalities in the work world.
In her chapter on the potential of ASEAN’s digital transformation, JJN President and Executive Director Sabina Dewan explores employment impacts of the region’s major digital trends and how regional cooperation is critical to leverage economic advantages.
Ian Goldin, Professor of Globalisation and Development at the University of Oxford, in conversation with JJN President and Executive Director 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 […]
Sabina Dewan, JJN President and Executive Director, writes a piece with Ekkehard Ernst, International Labour Organization, on “Rethinking the World of Work” for the International Monetary Fund’s quarterly magazine “Finance & Development”.