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Girls benefit most from elite school attendance
Sexual orientation: Should you come out at work?
More women in top positions: no effect on firm performance
Exposure to Ramadan in utero affects labor market outcomes
Sibling spillover effects in school achievement
European unemployment insurance faces dilemma
Stealing to survive: Crime rates and poor harvest
Coaches matter: Evidence from the Bundesliga
IZA Prize in Labor Economics goes to Gary S. Fields
Experts discuss aid, minimum wages, youth unemployment
Born in a crisis: Outcomes of the "Children of the Wall"
 
 
 

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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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