The latest OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Paper looks at the delivery of ALMPs in OECD and EU countries. Features of institutional set-ups can be crucial to determine how well active labour market policy (ALMP) systems can respond to changes in labour market needs, such as those caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new OECD working paper presents a dashboard of the institutional set-up of ALMP provision in 43 OECD and EU countries, which classifies the ALMP systems of different countries according to their organisational set-up (i.e. division of responsibilities between key stakeholders), their regulatory set-up (i.e. key legislation regulating ALMP provision) and their capacity to deliver employment support services (i.e. resources available).
The working paper can be downloaded here.