IZA Open Access Journal Series

 

The IZA Open Access Journal Series consists of three journals: (i) IZA Journal of Labor Economics, (ii) IZA Journal of Labor Policy, and (iii) IZA Journal of Development and Migration. The IZA Open Access Journals are accessible online through Sciendo/De Gruyter (as of June 2019, back issues available at SpringerOpen). Electronic access to all three journals is provided freely and permanently worldwide immediately upon publication.

The IZA Journal Series is central to IZA’s mission of stimulating international research to close knowledge gaps and supporting effective, empirically-based policy decisions.
 

Recent articles include


Double Jeopardy: How Refugees Fare in One European Labor Market

Sympathy for the Devil? Exploring Flexicurity Win–Win Promises

Frontal assault versus incremental change: A comparison of collective bargaining in Portugal and the Netherlands

Why Cash Transfer Programs Can Both Stimulate and Slow Down Job Finding

The Marginal Benefit of an Active Labor Market Program Relative to a Public Works Program: Evidence from Papua New Guinea

Labor Migration in Indonesia and the Health of Children Left Behind

Survey vs Scraped Data: Comparing Time Series Properties of Web and Survey Vacancy Data

The Impact of Parental Leave Policy on Child-Rearing and Employment Behavior: The Case of Germany

Unemployment Impact of Product and Labor Market Regulation: Evidence from European Countries

The Economic Effects of Providing Legal Status to DREAMers

Diaspora Externalities

Economics of Artificial Intelligence: Implications for the Future of Work

Fragmenting the Family? The Complexity of Household Migration Strategies in Post-apartheid South Africa

Reallocation and the Role of Firm Composition Effects on Aggregate Wage Dynamics

Patterns of Overeducation in Europe: The Role of Field of Study

Substitution between Immigrant and Native Farmworkers in the United States: Does Legal Status Matter?

Parents with an Unemployed Adult Child: Consumption, Income, and Savings Effects

The World’s Oldest Profession? Employment-Age Profiles from the Transactional Sex Market

Migration, Cultural Identity and Diasporas An Identity Economics Approach

Exploiting the Irish Border to Estimate Minimum Wage Impacts in Northern Ireland

Population with Criminal Records and Racial Disparity in Labor Markets

Asymmetric Information and the Discount on Foreign-Acquired Degrees in Canada

 

High-quality, peer-reviewed outlet

The IZA Open Access Journal Series particularly welcomes articles that provide scientifically-based answers to relevant questions that are not yet sufficiently covered by existing findings. The aim of the IZA Open Access Journal Series is to provide a high-quality, peer-reviewed outlet for papers, where the key characteristic of the submission procedure is the fast decision making and publication process. Acceptance/rejection decisions are expected to be made within one month; publication is expected within one month after submission of the final manuscript. The fast process from the submission to the acceptance/rejection decision is guaranteed by (i) an advanced desk rejection policy and (ii) the fact that only those papers refereed that require minor revisions are accepted while those not accepted are rejected without a detailed referee report. This requires the submission of manuscripts that are considered ready by the author(s) for direct publication if found suitable by the editorial team. Potential authors are welcome to contact the editors to gauge interest in a particular study prior to submitting it. Each article should be about 10,000 words (including tables, figures and references).