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From the IZA Newsroom:
Air pollution impairs soccer players' productivity
2015 IZA Prize goes to Jan Svejnar (Columbia University)
WSJ op-ed: What France can learn from Italy about reforms
Debunking the myth of job-stealing immigrants
International Roma Day: IZA research on discrimination
IZA Compact newsletter: Current issue now online
Do robots boost productivity without killing jobs?
The Eurozone crisis: What really motivates Germany
IZA fellow Sarah Brown joins UK Low Pay Commission
On the origins of dishonesty: From parents to children?
IZA Evaluation Dataset Survey now online at IDSC
International Happiness Day: Selected empirical evidence
Students banned from cannabis shops do better
Fair mobility in Europe: Interview with Laszlo Andor
Dual vocational training to prevent skills mismatch
Video interview with David Neumark on minimum wages

Established in 1998 in Bonn, Germany, IZA is a private independent economic research institute focused on the analysis of global labor markets. It operates an international network of about 1,300 economists and researchers spanning across more than 45 countries.

Based on academic excellence and an ambitious publication strategy, IZA serves as a place of communication between academic science and political practice.

The institute provides a wide array of publications and events, contributes its findings to public debates, and advises policymakers on labor market issues. Headed by Professor Klaus F. Zimmermann, IZA is a non-profit organization supported by the Deutsche Post Foundation.

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