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2018, issue November

The shadow economy in industrial countries pp. 1-11 Downloads
Dominik H. Enste
Environmental regulations and labor markets pp. 22 Downloads
Olivier Deschenes

2018, issue October

Trade liberalization and gender inequality pp. 1-11 Downloads
Janneke Pieters
Anonymous job applications and hiring discrimination pp. 1-11 Downloads
Ulf Rinne
Taxpayer effects of immigration pp. 1-11 Downloads
James P. Smith
The portability of social benefits across borders pp. 452 Downloads
Robert Holzmann
The role of cognitive and socio-emotional skills in labor markets pp. 453 Downloads
Pablo Acosta and Noel Muller

2018, issue September

Compensating displaced workers pp. 444 Downloads
Donald Parsons
How to reduce workplace absenteeism pp. 447 Downloads
Wolter Hassink
The automotive industry in Central Europe: A success? pp. 448 Downloads
Lucia Mytna Kurekova
Big Data in economics pp. 451 Downloads
Jonathan Hersh and Matthew Harding

2018, issue August

Defining informality vs mitigating its negative effects pp. 442 Downloads
Elizabeth Ruppert Bulmer
Measuring employment and unemployment pp. 445 Downloads
Eliana Viviano and Andrea Brandolini

2018, issue July

The labor market in Sweden since the 1990s pp. 411 Downloads
Nils Gottfries

2018, issue June

Effects of regulating international trade on firms and workers pp. 439 Downloads
Raymond Robertson
Do social interactions in the classroom improve academic attainment? pp. 440 Downloads
Shqiponja Telhaj
How should job displacement wage losses be insured? pp. 446 Downloads
Donald Parsons

2018, issue May

The labor market in Norway, 2000–2016 pp. 424 Downloads
Øivind Nilsen
The usefulness of experiments pp. 436 Downloads
Jeffrey Smith
The Chinese labor market, 2000–2016 pp. 437 Downloads
Nabanita Datta Gupta
Maternity leave versus early childcare—What are the long-term consequences for children? pp. 438 Downloads
Nabanita Datta Gupta
Do anti-discrimination policies work? pp. 450 Downloads
Marie-Anne Valfort

2018, issue April

The labor market in New Zealand, 2000–2017 pp. 427 Downloads
David Maré
The labor market in Canada, 2000–2016 pp. 432 Downloads
W. Craig Riddell
Working in family firms pp. 434 Downloads
Thomas Breda
Aggregate labor productivity pp. 435 Downloads
Michael Burda

2018, issue March

The labor market in India since the 1990s pp. 425 Downloads
Indraneel Dasgupta and Saibal Kar
The labor market in Belgium, 2000–2016 pp. 428 Downloads
Bruno Van der Linden, Vincent Bodart and Muriel Dejemeppe
The complex effects of retirement on health pp. 430 Downloads
Andreas Kuhn
One-company towns: Scale and consequences pp. 433 Downloads
Simon Commander

2018, issue February

Is high-skilled migration harmful to tax systems’ progressivity pp. 423 Downloads
Laurent Simula and Alain Trannoy
The labor market in Poland, 2000−2016 pp. 426 Downloads
Piotr Lewandowski and Iga Magda
Managerial quality and worker productivity in developing countries pp. 429 Downloads
Achyuta Adhvaryu
Trade and labor markets: Lessons from China’s rise pp. 431 Downloads
David Autor

2018, issue January

The labor market in Ireland, 2000–2016 pp. 410 Downloads
Elish Kelly and Adele Bergin
The changing of the French labor market, 2000–2017 pp. 412 Downloads
Philippe Askenazy
Economic effects of differences in dialect pp. 414 Downloads
Jens Suedekum
The labor market in Israel, 2000–2016 pp. 415 Downloads
Tali Larom and Osnat Lifshitz
Climate change and the allocation of time pp. 417 Downloads
Marie Connolly
The labor market in the Netherlands, 2001–2016 pp. 418 Downloads
Joop Hartog and Wiemer Salverda
Central exit exams improve student outcomes pp. 419 Downloads
Ludger Woessmann
Why is youth unemployment so high and different across countries? pp. 420 Downloads
Francesco Pastore
The labor market in Finland, 2000–2016 pp. 421 Downloads
Tomi Kyyrä and Hanna Pesola

2017, issue December

The labor market in South Korea, 2000–2016 pp. 405 Downloads
Jungmin Lee
The labor market in Italy, 2000–2016 pp. 407 Downloads
Luca Nunziata and Francesca Marino
The labor market in Austria, 2000–2016 pp. 408 Downloads
René Böheim
Skill utilization at work: Opportunity and motivation pp. 409 Downloads
Giovanni Russo
Replication in labor economics pp. 413 Downloads
W. Reed
Returns to language skills in transition economies pp. 416 Downloads
Astghik Mavisakalyan

2017, issue November

How digital payments can benefit entrepreneurs pp. 396 Downloads
Leora Klapper
Political connectedness and formal finance in transition economies pp. 398 Downloads
Kobil Ruziev
Do post-prison job opportunities reduce recidivism? pp. 399 Downloads
Kevin Schnepel
The value of financial literacy and financial education for workers pp. 400 Downloads
Pierre-Carl Michaud
Youth unemployment in transition economies pp. 401 Downloads
Marcello Signorelli
The labor market in Switzerland, 2000–2016 pp. 402 Downloads
Rafael Lalive and Tobias Lehmann
The labor market in Spain, 2002–2016 pp. 403 Downloads
Anna Sanz-de-Galdeano and Anastasia Terskaya
The Danish labor market, 2000–2016 pp. 404 Downloads
Torben M. Andersen
Working hours: Past, present, and future pp. 406 Downloads
Peter Dolton

2017, issue October

Wage policies in the public sector during wholesale privatization pp. 388 Downloads
Jelena Nikolic
Family-friendly and human-capital-based immigration policy pp. 389 Downloads
Harriet Duleep and Mark Regets
Unemployment and the role of supranational policies pp. 390 Downloads
Juan F Jimeno
Rethinking the skills gap pp. 391 Downloads
Thijs van Rens and Roland Rathelot
The influence of occupational licensing and regulation pp. 392 Downloads
Morris M. Kleiner
Hours vs employment in response to demand shocks pp. 393 Downloads
Robert Hart
Fighting employment informality with schooling pp. 394 Downloads
Rodrigo Soares and Daniel Haanwinckel
What is the role for molecular genetic data in public policy? pp. 395 Downloads
Steven Lehrer and Weili Ding
Why does part-time employment increase in recessions? pp. 397 Downloads
Daniel Borowczyk-Martins

2017, issue September

Fertility decisions and alternative types of childcare pp. 382 Downloads
Chiara Pronzato
The rise of secularism and its economic consequences pp. 384 Downloads
Fernando A. Lozano
Trans people, well-being, and labor market outcomes pp. 386 Downloads
Nick Drydakis
How does the one child policy impact social and economic outcomes? pp. 387 Downloads
Wei Huang

2017, issue August

Production spillovers: Are they valued? pp. 377 Downloads
Joseph Price
How does international trade affect household welfare? pp. 378 Downloads
Beyza Ural Marchand
Job search monitoring and assistance for the unemployed pp. 380 Downloads
Ioana Marinescu
Air pollution, educational achievements, and human capital formation pp. 381 Downloads
Sefi Roth
Competitiveness, labor market institutions, and monetary policy pp. 383 Downloads
Ester Faia

2017, issue July

How does monetary policy affect labor demand and labor productivity? pp. 340 Downloads
Andrew Benito
Adult literacy programs in developing countries pp. 374 Downloads
Niels-Hugo Blunch
Does hot weather affect human fertility? pp. 375 Downloads
Alan Barreca
Why does unemployment differ for immigrants? pp. 376 Downloads
Stephen Drinkwater
The labor market in Germany, 2000–2016 pp. 379 Downloads
Hilmar Schneider and Ulf Rinne

2017, issue June

Air pollution and worker productivity pp. 363 Downloads
Matthew Neidell
Racial wage differentials in developed countries pp. 365 Downloads
Simonetta Longhi
Does education strengthen the life skills of adolescents? pp. 366 Downloads
Stefanie Schurer
Relative pay, effort, and labor supply pp. 367 Downloads
Anat Bracha
The value of hiring through employee referrals in developed countries pp. 369 Downloads
Mitchell Hoffman
How do candidates’ looks affect their election chances? pp. 370 Downloads
Panu Poutvaara
Firm size and business cycles pp. 371 Downloads
Túlio Cravo
Relative deprivation in the labor market pp. 372 Downloads
Paolo Verme
Demographic and economic determinants of migration pp. 373 Downloads
Nicole Simpson

2017, issue May

Can diversity encourage entrepreneurship in transition economies? pp. 313 Downloads
Elena Nikolova
Multiple job-holding: Career pathway or dire straits? pp. 356 Downloads
Konstantinos Pouliakas
The happiness gap between transition and non-transition countries pp. 357 Downloads
Ekaterina Skoglund
Gender differences in corporate hierarchies pp. 358 Downloads
Antti Kauhanen
Motherhood wage penalty may affect pronatalist policies pp. 359 Downloads
Olena Nizalova
Do trade unions in Central and Eastern Europe make a difference? pp. 360 Downloads
Iga Magda
Multitasking at work: Do firms get what they pay for? pp. 362 Downloads
Ann P. Bartel
International trade and economic insecurity pp. 364 Downloads
Mine Senses

2017, issue April

Does homeownership affect education outcomes? pp. 342 Downloads
Stephen Whelan
Is teacher certification an effective tool for developing countries? pp. 349 Downloads
Todd Pugatch
Microfinance and rural non-farm employment in developing countries pp. 350 Downloads
Shyamal Chowdhury
The changing nature of jobs in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 351 Downloads
Piotr Lewandowski
The need for and use of panel data pp. 352 Downloads
Hans-Jürgen Andreß
Measuring flows of international migration pp. 354 Downloads
James Raymer
Do firms’ wage-setting powers increase during recessions? pp. 355 Downloads
Todd Sorensen
The labor market in the US, 2000–2016 pp. 361 Downloads
Daniel Hamermesh

2017, issue March

How does grandparent childcare affect labor supply? pp. 337 Downloads
Giulio Zanella
Does broadband infrastructure boost employment? pp. 341 Downloads
Oliver Falck
For long-term economic development, only skills matter pp. 343 Downloads
Eric Hanushek
How is new technology changing job design? pp. 344 Downloads
Michael Gibbs
Do payroll tax cuts boost formal jobs in developing countries? pp. 345 Downloads
Carmen Pages
Climate change, natural disasters, and migration pp. 346 Downloads
Linguere Mbaye
Identifying and measuring economic discrimination pp. 347 Downloads
Sergio Firpo
How effective is compulsory schooling as a policy instrument? pp. 348 Downloads
Colm Harmon
Female poverty and intrahousehold inequality in transition economies pp. 353 Downloads
Luca Piccoli

2017, issue February

Can firms oversee more workers with fewer managers? pp. 333 Downloads
Valerie Smeets
Do institutions matter for entrepreneurial development? pp. 334 Downloads
Ruta Aidis
Does religiosity explain economic outcomes? pp. 335 Downloads
Olga Popova
Using linear regression to establish empirical relationships pp. 336 Downloads
Marno Verbeek
Upgrading technology in Central and Eastern European economies pp. 338 Downloads
Slavo Radosevic
Skills or jobs: Which comes first? pp. 339 Downloads
Jesko Hentschel

2017, issue January

Gender differences in wages and leadership pp. 323 Downloads
Mario Macis
Maximum likelihood and economic modeling pp. 326 Downloads
Gauthier Lanot
Should agricultural employment in transition economies be encouraged? pp. 328 Downloads
Zvi Lerman
Are overhead costs a good guide for charitable giving? pp. 329 Downloads
Jonathan Meer
Foreign direct investment and employment in transition economies pp. 330 Downloads
Saul Estrin
The economics of employment tribunals pp. 331 Downloads
Paul Latreille
The effects of public sector employment on the economy pp. 332 Downloads
Vincenzo Caponi
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