Skills for trade and economic diversification

This report presents an application of the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology to the Tourism sector of Myanmar, with specific focus on tourist guides. STED is a sector-based approach to identifying and anticipating the strategic skills needs of internationally tradable sectors. It has been developed in recognition

Skills for trade and economic diversification (STED) in Egypt the case of the: Furniture industry This report presents an application of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology as applied to the furniture industry of Egypt’s economy. SKILLS. Areas of work. Skills policies and systems. Work-based learning, apprenticeships and recognition of prior learning; Skills strategies for future labour markets. Skills for social inclusion. Programmes and projects. SKILL-UP Programme: Upgrading skills for the changing world of work; Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) This report presents the findings of analytical research undertaken in Malawi by applying the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology to two sectors of the Malawian economy, namely oilseeds and horticulture. The STED methodology has been developed by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in recognition of These activities will include technical backstopping of the KOICA-funded project on Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED), contributing to the STED programme coordination and development, and broader policy advice and research, tools elaboration, case studies and technical cooperation in the field of skills anticipation and matching. This report presents an application of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology as applied to the furniture industry of Egypt’s economy. This report describes the furniture industry in Egypt, highlights the findings of the STED analysis conducted in 2014, including a skills establishment survey, and presents conclusions Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) is part of a larger set of skills anticipation tools with a sectoral focus that the ILO is developing, responding to requests from constituents included in the Conclusions on Skills for Improved Productivity, Employment Growth and Development of the International Labour Conference of 2008 and in line with the G20 Training Strategy for Strong This report presents an application of the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology to the tourism sector of Myanmar, with specific focus on tourist guides. STED is a sector-based approach to identifying and anticipating the strategic skills needs of internationally tradable sectors.

10 Aug 2018 Supporting Lesotho's economic diversification and trade integration: This will also require a focus on addressing skills gaps, for example by 

Economic diversification is a key element of development in which a country moves to a more diverse production structure, scaling-up resilience to external shocks and providing a path for equitable growth. Trade expansion is central to creating new, higher productivity jobs that will facilitate growth and poverty reduction in least developed countries through structural transformation. These activities will include technical backstopping of the KOICA-funded project on Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED), contributing to the STED programme coordination and development, and broader policy advice and research, tools elaboration, case studies and technical cooperation in the field of skills anticipation and matching. Drawing on the findings from relevant literature and from the ILO's Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) programme, this publication shows that appropriate skills development policies are key to helping firms participate in trade, and also to helping workers find good jobs. Published in 2017. In order to assist Myanmar in further developing the tourism sector and its workforce, the ILO launched the “Scaling up STED: Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification” project with a United Nations Conference on Trade and Development 8thGLOBAL COMMODITIES FORUM 23-24 April 2018, Geneva Skills for trade and economic diversification in Malawi. By Beyani T . Munthali, Employers Consultation Association of Malawi. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of UNCTAD. In this paper, we document patterns of export diversification, its evolution over time, the drivers of export diversification, and its consequences for economic development.

relates to trade liberalization and economic development. We also discuss Keywords: Export diversification, International trade, Growth and employment imports leads to an increase in inequality between workers in different skill groups. 7.

SKILLS. Areas of work. Skills policies and systems. Work-based learning, apprenticeships and recognition of prior learning; Skills strategies for future labour markets. Skills for social inclusion. Programmes and projects. SKILL-UP Programme: Upgrading skills for the changing world of work; Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) This report presents the findings of analytical research undertaken in Malawi by applying the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology to two sectors of the Malawian economy, namely oilseeds and horticulture. The STED methodology has been developed by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in recognition of

This report presents an application of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology as applied to the furniture industry of Egypt’s economy. This report describes the furniture industry in Egypt, highlights the findings of the STED analysis conducted in 2014, including a skills establishment survey, and presents conclusions

concentrated on econometrics, trade theory. and economic development. Yun- wing Sung of interest in diversification into skill-intensive industries. Sung. 4 Jul 2019 Driving trade competitiveness and economic diversification and inclusion of economies, creates jobs and develops skills in direct support of  of diversifying its economy, Russian and foreign investors commit sufficient capital and skills areas of skills, customs and trade regulations, and corruption. relates to trade liberalization and economic development. We also discuss Keywords: Export diversification, International trade, Growth and employment imports leads to an increase in inequality between workers in different skill groups. 7. 4 Jul 2018 Diversifying sources of revenue by boosting other economic activity its Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification, or STED, methodology, 

concentrated on econometrics, trade theory. and economic development. Yun- wing Sung of interest in diversification into skill-intensive industries. Sung.

concentrated on econometrics, trade theory. and economic development. Yun- wing Sung of interest in diversification into skill-intensive industries. Sung. 4 Jul 2019 Driving trade competitiveness and economic diversification and inclusion of economies, creates jobs and develops skills in direct support of  of diversifying its economy, Russian and foreign investors commit sufficient capital and skills areas of skills, customs and trade regulations, and corruption. relates to trade liberalization and economic development. We also discuss Keywords: Export diversification, International trade, Growth and employment imports leads to an increase in inequality between workers in different skill groups. 7. 4 Jul 2018 Diversifying sources of revenue by boosting other economic activity its Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification, or STED, methodology, 

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