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9th IZA/World Bank Conference Policy Forum: Skills and Labor Policies
Universidad del Pacífico, Av. Salaverry 2020, Jesus Maria, Lima, Peru
Moderated by: Gustavo Yamada (Dean of the Economics and Finance Faculty, Universidad del Pacífico)
Providing skills to the workforce that are relevant for the labor market requires strong collaboration and coordination efforts between education and labor market policies. Based on the evidence of IZA WoL the panel will discuss the roles of the Education and Labor Ministries in providing skills that are suited for the labor market, reviewing areas where collaboration and harmonization may be required. The Peruvian case will serve as a reference throughout the discussion.
Moderated by: Stefano Scarpetta (Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD)
The panel will discuss the evidence of IZA WoL on the effectiveness of active and passive labor market programs programs that translate into better remuneration
and employment opportunities. Specifically it will look among others at unemployment benefit as well as mentoring programs. It will review critical factors that lead
programs to be effective, and discuss the extent to which Peruvian programs do incorporate such factors.
Gustavo Yamada (Dean of the Economics and Finance Faculty, Universidad del Pacífico)