ADePT Labor is an integrated set of programs that allows users to produce a comprehensive set of standard tables for the analysis of labor market conditions in low- and middle-income countries that corresponds to the guidelines defined in “A Guide for Assessing Labor Market Conditions in Developing Countries” as well as those set forth in "The Role of Employment and Labor Income in Shared Growth: What to Look for and How".
The program also produces a report with basic statistics on all variables and a list of errors, warnings and notes about the variables used in the analysis. While ADePT is operated from within Stata and written in Stata programming language, ADePT itself is Window-based and the user does not need to know Stata to work with the program.
Good practice example: Nicaragua - Making Work Pay in Nicaragua: Employment, Growth and Poverty Reduction
Employment and Growth Decomposition
This excel based tool produces a decomposition of GDP into output per worker, employment to working age population, and working age population to total population following the methodology outlined in “The Role of Employment and Labor Income in Shared Growth: What to Look for and How.”
Good practice example: Does Employment Generation Really Matter for Poverty Reduction?