New Economic and Labour Market Trends and their implications for skills development - country case Azerbaijan
The European Training Foundation (ETF) is engaged in the international debate about the future of work and skills in developing and transition countries, in particular in the European Neighbourhood and Central Asia. Within this context, the ETF is analysing the impact of global trends on human capital: its formation, development and utilisation.
The ETF’s recent research on The future of work – New forms of employment in the Eastern Partnership countries: Platform work | ETF (europa.eu) focused on changing patterns of work triggered by digitalisation in the six EaP countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The research explored:
The report aims to foster a wider reflection on policy implications arising from the new trends in online labour and skills demand and changes in work organisation. The assessment considers possible measures to mitigate challenges and foster opportunities and focuses on both, country-specific and common regional elements, which could direct national and regional actions.
The main objective of the event was to discuss with the relevant stakeholders in Azerbaijan the findings of the study, particularly those related to Azerbaijan, presented in the country profile Platform work in Azerbaijan and discuss opportunities and challenges resulting from the new trends.
You can find all relevant presentations made during the event, in English and Azerbaijani language attached.