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The IZA Journal of Labor Economics covers research in all areas of labor economics. It publishes high quality theoretical and applied contributions on both microeconomic and macroeconomic oriented labor-related topics. 



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Published by: IZA & Springer Verlag

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Ben Van Kammen, Scott Adams
Dissimilar occupations and marital stability
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Pierre-Jean Messe, Eva Moreno-Galbis, Francois-Charles Wolff
Retirement intentions in the presence of technological change: theory and evidence from France
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27.08.2014

Call for papers on special issue in honor of Dale T. Mortensen

(submission deadline: March 1, 2015)

 

11.06.2014

Call for papers on "special issue in honor of Gary S. Becker"
(submission deadline: August 28, 2014)

 

06.02.2014

Call for papers on "affirmative action"
(submission deadline: June 2, 2014)

 

IZA Prize in Labor Economics 2013

Dan Hamermesh receives IZA Prize in Labor Economics 2013 in recognition of his fundamental contributions to the analysis of labor demand. The IZA Prize of 50,000 euros is considered the most prestigious science award in labor economics worldwide.

For further information, see here.

 

First anniversary of IZA Journal of Labor Economics

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IZA Prize in Labor Economics 2012

Richard Blundell receives IZA Prize in Labor Economics 2012 for his outstanding contributions to the advancement of labor economics. The IZA Prize of 50,000 euros is considered the most prestigious science award in labor economics worldwide.

For further information, see here.

 

2012 IZA Prize in Labor Economics goes to Richard Blundell. More information at: www.iza.org/prize.

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