IZA Institute of Labor Economics

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The IZA - Institute of Labor Economics (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit), until 2016 referred to as the Institute of the Study of Labor (IZA), is a private, independent economic research institute and academic network focused on the analysis of global labor markets and headquartered in Bonn, Germany.wikipedia
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Klaus Zimmermann (economist)

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Founding Director Klaus F. Zimmermann, who did not accept these developments, left IZA on the 1st of March 2016.
In Bonn, Zimmermann became the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), a position which he held until 2016.

Research in Labor Economics

IZA publishes the series Research in Labor Economics together with Emerald Group Publishing, in addition to the IZA journal series, which consists of five open access journals that focus on different aspects of international labor markets.
Research in Labor Economics is published by Emerald Group Publishing in conjunction with the IZA Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

IZA World of Labor

Since May 2014, IZA publishes, together with Bloomsbury Publishing, IZA World of Labor, an open access resource providing empirically founded research articles on labor economics for a non-academic readership.
It is run by the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing.

University of Bonn

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In conducting labor market research, IZA cooperates closely with the Economics Department at the University of Bonn and the department's graduate education program at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics.
The Institute for the Study of Labor (German: Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit) is a private research institute that is funded by Deutsche Post.

IZA Prize in Labor Economics

IZA Prize
Since 2002 IZA awards yearly the IZA Prize in Labor Economics for exceptional academic accomplishments in the field of labor economics.
The Institute for the Study of Labor awards a prize each year (from 2016 on every two years in turn with the IZA Young Labor Economist Award) for outstanding academic achievement in the field of labor economics.

IZA Journal of Migration

It is published by SpringerOpen on behalf of the Institute for the Study of Labor.

Oriana Bandiera

She is a fellow of The British Academy, the Econometric Society, CEPR, BREAD, and IZA.

Raj Chetty

Nadarajan Raj Chetty
In 2010, he received the Young Labor Economist Award from the Institute for the Study of Labor for his paper "Moral Hazard Versus Liquidity and Optimal Unemployment Insurance" in the Journal of Political Economy.

Bonn

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The IZA - Institute of Labor Economics (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit), until 2016 referred to as the Institute of the Study of Labor (IZA), is a private, independent economic research institute and academic network focused on the analysis of global labor markets and headquartered in Bonn, Germany.

Germany

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The IZA - Institute of Labor Economics (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit), until 2016 referred to as the Institute of the Study of Labor (IZA), is a private, independent economic research institute and academic network focused on the analysis of global labor markets and headquartered in Bonn, Germany.

Klaus Zumwinkel

On March 1, 2016, the Institute for the Study of Labor was restructured by Klaus Zumwinkel, CEO of the Deutsche Post Stiftung and President of IZA.

Research Papers in Economics

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, the RePEc ranks IZA second of the top worldwide economic institutions in the field of labour economics as well as second of the top worldwide think tanks.

Labour economics

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Furthermore IZA provides policy advice on crucial labor market issues for national and international policy institutions.

Developing country

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To promote research on labor markets in developing countries, IZA launched in 2006, together with the World Bank, a joint research program on "Employment and Development".

World Bank

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To promote research on labor markets in developing countries, IZA launched in 2006, together with the World Bank, a joint research program on "Employment and Development".

Department for International Development

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In addition, in its special research area "Growth and Labor Markets in Low Income Countries", IZA coordinates for the UK Department for International Development a substantial research program to promote growth and employment in low income countries.

Emerald Group Publishing

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IZA publishes the series Research in Labor Economics together with Emerald Group Publishing, in addition to the IZA journal series, which consists of five open access journals that focus on different aspects of international labor markets.

Open access

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IZA publishes the series Research in Labor Economics together with Emerald Group Publishing, in addition to the IZA journal series, which consists of five open access journals that focus on different aspects of international labor markets.

Springer Science+Business Media

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The journals are published since 2012 on IZA's behalf by SpringerOpen and do not charge any author fees.

Bloomsbury Publishing

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Since May 2014, IZA publishes, together with Bloomsbury Publishing, IZA World of Labor, an open access resource providing empirically founded research articles on labor economics for a non-academic readership.

Pierre Cahuc

He is Program Director for the IZA Institute of Labor Economics's programme "Labour Markets" and research fellow at CEPR.