Preparing Workers for a Global Economy

The demand for educated, versatile workers who can interpret complex information and adapt to technological innovation is high. RAND Labor and Population pursues research that helps individuals, organizations, and governments understand how workers—at home or abroad, new to the workforce or at retirement—can remain engaged and productive.

  • Dec 15, 2014

    HR Practices for Labor Inspectorates in Developing Countries

    Hiring and training labor inspectors in different areas of the world present immense challenges, from the amount and type of education to appropriate performance measurement. What inspectors do and why may be the most important criteria that impact this effort.

  • RAND Indonesia Data Core

    The RAND Indonesia Data Core is an online digital library of Indonesian data surveys and documentation with Indonesian originals and English translations. Surveys cover socieconomic status, the labor force, small and large businesses, households, and urban and rural prices.

  • Longitudinal Survey Explores Indonesian Family Life

    The Indonesian Family Life Survey is an ongoing, longitudinal survey begun in 1993 that represents about 83% of the Indonesian population and includes over 30,000 individuals living in 13 of the country's 27 provinces.