Labour allocation decisions

In the context of social protection, labour allocation decisions relates to a group of people's (e.g.: beneficiaries of a programme) choices in this area. Source: Hennessy, T. and Donnellan, T. (2012). The Labour Allocation Decisions of Farm Households: Defining a theoretical model. Factor Markets Working Papers, No. 31, october, 2012

Labour law

Labour law “ is an important means of implementing international labour standards, guaranteeing Decent Work and promoting the Rule of Law. As they regulate constantly evolving employment and industrial relations, labour laws are subject to regular assessment and reforms. (…) It is now increasingly accepted that a regulatory framework is essential if globalization is to be both socially and economically sustainable in the long term. Such a framework must include, as a minimum, all the rights and...

Labour Market Programs

“Labor market programs are comprised of both passive and active labor market programs. Passive labor market programs include contributory unemployment insurance and non– contributory unemployment assistance. Active labor market programs (ALMPs) - or labor activation programs - are designed to promote opportunity through connecting men and women to more productive employment. They empower beneficiaries with new and improved skills, help them find employment, and increase their earning potential...

Leakage

“The extent to which a programme includes beneficiaries not in the target group. The leakage rate of a poverty programme measures the proportion of beneficiaries that are not poor.” Sources: Barrientos, A. et al (2010). ‘Social Assistance in Developing Countries Database’, Chronic Poverty Research Centre

Legislation

Legislation refers to the preparation and enactment of laws by a legislative body through its lawmaking process. The legislative process includes evaluating, amending, and voting on proposed laws and is concerned with the words used in the bill to communicate the values, judgments, and purposes of the proposal. Source: Cornell University Law School (2017). ‘Legislation: an overview’, Legal Information Institute