New Discussion Papers from the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)

Domestic Violence and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from a Mixed-Race Developing Country
Gustavo Javier Canavire Bacarreza, Fernando Rios Avila
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Can Private School Growth Foster Universal Literacy? Panel Evidence from Indian Districts
Sarmistha Pal, Geeta Kingdon
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Estimating Marginal Returns to Education
Pedro Carneiro, James J. Heckman, Edward Vytlacil
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Risk Attitudes and Well-Being in Latin America
Juan Camilo Cardenas, Jeffrey P. Carpenter
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Early Childhood Stimulation Interventions in Developing Countries: A Comprehensive Literature Review
Helen Baker-Henningham, Florencia López Bóo
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The Choice Between Fixed and Random Effects Models: Some Considerations for Educational Research
Paul Clarke, Claire Crawford, Fiona Steele, Anna Vignoles
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Labour Market Impact of Large Scale Internal Migration on Chinese Urban ‘Native’ Workers
Xin Meng, Dandan Zhang
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With or Without You: Divorce Rates and Intra-Household Allocation of Time
Domenico Tabasso
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The Weight of the Crisis: Evidence from Newborns in Argentina
Carlos Bozzoli, Climent Quintana-Domeque
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Trends in Quality-Adjusted Skill Premia in the United States, 1960-2000
Pedro Carneiro, Sokbae Lee
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The First World War and Working-Class Food Consumption in Britain
Ian Gazeley, Andrew T. Newell
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What Do We Work For? An Anatomy of Pre- and Post-Tax Earnings Growth
Anders Frederiksen, Timothy Halliday, Alexander K. Koch
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Empirical Welfare Analysis in Random Utility Models of Labour Supply
André Decoster, Peter Haan
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Immigrant Over- and Under-education: The Role of Home Country Labour Market Experience
Matloob Piracha, Massimiliano Tani, Florin Vadean
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Distributional Changes in the Gender Wage Gap
Sonja Kassenböhmer, Mathias Sinning
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