The ILO report focuses on the issue of interactions between labour market institutions and policies and their effects on youth labour markets. The report primarily focuses on policy-relevant results on the impact of specific complementarities on youth labour market effects of minimum wages, to provide concrete indicators on the implications of different policy and programme choices. The paper also reports the findings of a meta-analysis of the youth employment effects of minimum wage legislation. The paper’s mandate is from a 2012 resolution that called for action to tackle the unprecedented youth employment crisis through a set of policy measures. More.