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School reforms and socioeconomic inequality in Germany

15 years after the PISA shock

Immigration of poor voters increases redistribution

West German cities responded with higher taxes and welfare spending to post-WWII inflow of forced migrants

Brothers foster women’s gender conformity

Study from Denmark shows that parents invest differently in their daughters if they also have sons

When the market drives you crazy

Stock market returns affect the number of fatal car accidents

Challenges and successes in refugee integration

New insights from international economic research

15th IZA Annual Migration Meeting held at Harvard Kennedy School

New research covering topics from deterrence to integration

Britain’s got talent

Developing it could be key to solving the productivity puzzle post-Brexit

Labor productivity and the digital economy

Second joint IZA/OECD workshop held in Paris

Third Annual IZA Junior/Senior Symposium held in Bonn

Promoting young researchers from both sides of the Atlantic

Global terrorism decreases well-being and shifts political attitudes rightwards

Analysis using data on 70,000 terror events worldwide

How the Chernobyl cloud affected cognitive abilities in Germany

Even low doses of radiation can have significant human capital costs.

Job applicants under a vacancy referral scheme are viewed as less motivated

Experiment with professional recruiters in Belgium

New evidence on ‘gay glass ceilings’ in top management

Study from the UK shows that sexual minories face barriers in accessing high-level management positions.

Informal care givers pay a high price in well-being

New study monetarizes the well-being losses from providing informal care to family members.

The costly consequences of just failing a high-stakes exam

Education systems around the world increasingly apply standardized high school exit exams to make achievement more comparable among graduates (see […]

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