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From the IZA Newsroom:
Street prostitution zones make cities safer
Do case workers really help the unemployed?
Boy crisis: Do differences in computer use matter?
Economic activity and the spread of viral diseases
The cost of falling victim to violent crime
IZA Fellow Uwe Sunde wins prestigious Gossen Prize
Team bonus and performance: Evidence from a retail chain
Setting the right goals can boost business productivity
Blacks discriminated against in U.S. public service access
Stasi spying: Social capital affected by state surveillance
Historical happiness trends: Analysis with digitized books
Interview: Joni Hersch on color discrimination in the U.S.
International Youth Day: IZA World of Labor infograph
Effect of religion on female labor force participation

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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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