Mansour Omeira

Mansour Omeira
International Labour Organization | ILO · Enterprises

PhD

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Le "Rapport régional sur le recrutement équitable en Afrique : Le recrutement des travailleurs migrants en provenance, au sein et à destination de l’Afrique" offre une vision élargie du recrutement des travailleurs migrants africains afin de distinguer les aspects du processus liés au recrutement, à la migration et à l'emploi. Il analyse les pratiq...
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The “Africa Regional Fair Recruitment Report: The recruitment of migrant workers to, within and from Africa” comprises an expanded view of the recruitment of African migrant workers to disentangle the recruitment, migration and employment aspects of the process. It analyses the practices of the various actors that contribute to each of the three as...
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The global refugee crisis is a complex humanitarian problem. Service researchers can assist in solving this crisis because refugees are immersed in complex human service systems. Drawing on marketing, sociology, transformative service, and consumer research literature, this study develops a Transformative Refugee Service Experience Framework to ena...
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The concept of moral consumer is typically understood as encompassing those individuals who engage in moral (ethical) consumption. Drawing on multiple disciplines the paper proposes a broader understanding. It develops theoretical propositions about what and who moral consumers are, and about their interface with the moral economy.
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The Arab uprisings have laid bare the abyss between the rhetoric and reality of the dominant development paradigm in the region. It is widely agreed that socioeconomic discontent was a major cause of the uprisings. An early slogan raised at the start of the uprising in Tunisia was “employment is a right, you gang of thieves”. The slogan contrasted...
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The school-to-work transition is a process that young people typically go through as they complete their education and join the workforce to secure a full-time stable job that satisfies their aspirations (ILO, 2006). The ideal transition to decent work, however, was far from being the norm prior to the 2008 global economic crisis, even in developed...
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Here is a brief version of the article that we put out from ILO: https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---arabstates/---ro-beirut/documents/publication/wcms_348060.pdf Rural women producers and cooperatives in conflicts settings in the Arab States Abstract Ongoing violent conflicts accentuate the challenges that women and men face in the r...
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We experimentally investigate social effects in a principal-agent setting with incomplete contracts. The strategic interaction scheme is based on the well-known Investment Game (Berg et al., 1995). In our setting four agents (i.e., trustees) and one principal (i.e., trustor) are interacting and the access to choices of peers in the group of trustee...

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The ILO Global Centre on Digital Wages for Decent Work promotes responsible digital wage payments.