Labor Market Regulations Indicator - What it measures, Why it matters, What are the results, and good practices?

The Labor Market Regulations indicator of the Doing Business Report studies the flexibility of regulation of employment, specifically as it relates to the areas of hiring, working hours and redundancy. It also measures several aspects of job quality such as the availability of maternity leave, paid sick leave and the equal treatment of men and women at the workplace. The Doing Business report does ...view more

About the Presenters

Dorina Georgieva

Dorina Georgieva joined the Doing Business team in January 2013. She currently is the Acting Topic Team Leader of the Labor Market Regulation topic and previously covered the Trading across Borders indicator. She holds a Master's degree in international relations and economics from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in international studies from Ramapo College of New Jersey. She has attended programs on international development in cooperation in India, China and Russia; as well on entrepreneurship and business at Babson College and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business in the US. Before joining the World Bank Group, Ms. Georgieva worked for the United Nations Development Program in Istanbul, the Institute of International Studies in New York, and the Consulate General of the Republic of Bulgaria in Shanghai. She speaks Bulgarian, Russian and French and is conversant in Chinese and Turkish.

Questions Submitted

Waqar Aamir

- May 23, 2019


- Apr 25, 2019
good job


- Apr 13, 2019


- Mar 30, 2019
what if labor market indicator compared with health, life time indicators , there is a close relation.


- Mar 25, 2019
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Vedat Bobby

- Mar 18, 2019
Market Regulations Indicator - What it measures
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