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From the IZA Newsroom:
IZA/CERGE-EI conference honoring Jan Svejnar
Courage, trust and autonomy: Challenges of future work
Sexual orientation related to preferences for competition
Demanding occupations and the retirement age
IZA World of Labor informs B20 Taskforce Report
Youth employment programs: Do they work?
Well-regulated skilled migration helps development
Broadband boosts firm performance in rural areas
Social ties increase the chance of getting published
2016 Kuznets Prize winners announced
How the"bobos" change cities and raise commuting costs
How language influences children's economic behavior
Sexual harassment at work detrimental to productivity

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