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The last will: Unequal division between children
Gary Becker's unique approach to economics
Tired people tend to make riskier choices
Sports and exercise boost labor market outcomes
Divorce impedes children’s personality development
Gender convergence in the labor market: RLE volume
Immigrants and host countries benefit from naturalization
Female leaders narrow the gender gap in promotions
Stress cost of children: Time matters more than money
Glucose enhances quality and speed of decision making
IZA signs collaboration contract with GW University
Savings and political turmoil: The Tiananmen massacre
 
 
 

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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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