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

Ethnic Discrimination in Germany’s Labour Market: A Field Experiment
Leo Kaas, Christian Manger
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Ethnic Concentration and Language Fluency of Immigrants in Germany
Alexander M. Danzer, Firat Yaman
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Dialects, Cultural Identity, and Economic Exchange
Oliver Falck, Stephan Heblich, Alfred Lameli, Jens Suedekum
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Family Values and the Regulation of Labor
Alberto Alesina, Yann Algan, Pierre Cahuc, Paola Giuliano
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Minimum Wages and Employment: Reconsidering the Use of a Time-Series Approach as an Evaluation Tool
Wang-Sheng Lee, Sandy Suardi
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Determinants of Lifetime Unemployment: A Micro Data Analysis with Censored Quantile Regressions
Achim Schmillen, Joachim Möller
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Are Happiness and Productivity Lower among University Students with Newly-Divorced Parents? An Experimental Approach
Eugenio Proto, Daniel Sgroi, Andrew J. Oswald
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Stability of Time Preferences
Stephan Meier, Charles Sprenger
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The Analytical Returns to Measuring a Detailed Household Roster
Richard Akresh, Eric V. Edmonds
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The Political Economy of Intergenerational Income Mobility
Andrea Ichino, Loukas Karabarbounis, Enrico Moretti
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The Effect of Children on Specialization and Coordination of Partners’ Activities
Anh Tram Le, Paul W. Miller
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Robust Inequality Comparisons
Rolf Aaberge, Magne Mogstad
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Does Size Matter? The Impact of Changes in Household Structure on Income Distribution in Germany
Andreas Peichl, Nico Pestel, Hilmar Schneider
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Handedness, Health and Cognitive Development: Evidence from Children in the NLSY
David W. Johnston, Michael E. R. Nicholls, Manisha Shah, Michael A. Shields
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No Country for Fat Men? Obesity, Earnings, Skills, and Health among 450,000 Swedish Men
Petter Lundborg, Paul Nystedt, Dan-Olof Rooth
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