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Topics: - The effectiveness of the new internet-based job search methods, both relative to more traditional forms of job search and to each other. - Descriptive studies of how workers and firms look for each other online: How do firms craft job ads? How do workers search for jobs over time? To...
The IZA/SOLE Transatlantic Meetings are a joint initiative of IZA and the Society of Labor Economists (SOLE) to underline the prominent role of international labor market research in Europe as well as the US. This is an event where IZA invites the members of SOLE to meet European researchers.
We welcome submissions of papers addressing these aspects with a regional focus on Europe, Central Asia and China. Topics: - Links between rural economic development and migration. - The effects of migration on rural households’ welfare. - The role of agricultural development in labor shortage...
Topics: - Labor market policy to reduce youth unemployment - The effects of flexible working time arrangements and temporary jobs - The effects of business cycles on earnings dynamics and worker mobility - Sources of the heterogeneity in labor market outcomes - Heterogeneous effects of labor...
The IZA/SOLE Transatlantic Meetings are a joint initiative of IZA and the Society of Labor Economists (SOLE) to underline the prominent role of international labor market research in Europe as well as the US.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together leading scholars and young researchers working on topics related to entrepreneurship research. We invite contributions from various interdisciplinary backgrounds: Theoretical contributions as well as empirical research using survey evidence,...
We invite submissions of papers on labor markets, job creation and labor market policies in developing countries. Contributions on Africa and/or by Africans are particularly welcome.
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