Florian Wozny

Resident Research Affiliate

Florian Wozny successfully completed his Bachelor of Science in Economics at the Philipps-University Marburg in 2011 and his Master of Science in Economics at the University of Cologne in 2014. He worked as a student assistant at IZA since April 2012 and became a Resident Research Affiliate in October 2014.



IZA Discussion Paper No. 10301
revised version forthcoming in: STYLE Handbook, Oxford, OUP.

The Great Recession that has engulfed Europe since 2008 has had a profound impact on the process of young people's school-to-work (STW) transition. Countries' institutional configurations considerably matter in shaping the structure of young people's STW transitions and mediating the impact of the Great Recession on youth unemployment. Drawing upon...

IZA Discussion Paper No. 9461

After the apparent rise of so‐called atypical and 'precarious' jobs, the quality of employment has become of interest because such employment relationships are often related to objectively or subjectively worse working conditions. In this paper we look in detail into what is known about job quality, what kinds of effects...

IZA Discussion Paper No. 9321

In contrast to the recently decreasing unemployment rates in the EU, long-term unemployment remains at alarming levels. An economic recovery will not be sufficient to get all long-term unemployed back to work; rather, there is a need for effective policies addressing the long-term unemployed. To address these issues, this paper...

IZA Policy Paper No. 92

More and more policy makers tend to declare that the loss of exchange rate adjustments within the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) has to be compensated by an increase in fiscal policy. A joint unemployment insurance is seen as one opportunity. After comparing a basic design with a "kicking-in"...

IZA Research Report No. 66
Report on a project funded under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme, Bonn 2015 (42 pages)