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Latest posts from the IZA Newsroom:

IZA Fellow Aaron Sojourner serves at U.S. President Council of Economic Advisers
Well-being effects vary for formal and informal childcare
Backlash against Muslim immigrants after terrorist attacks harms integration and the economy
Womens chances in STEM fields better than often thought
Thematic series: Reforming minimum wage and labor regulation policies in developing economies
Peer effects! Peer effects everywhere! Whether you are shopping, working, leaving the nest
On the costs and benefits of international labor mobility: Interview with George Borjas
The overeducated Italian doctors
How female labor supply is influenced by working neighbors and retired grandmothers
Pocket money and part-time job: Do parents tax their children?

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