Evidence-based Policy Making in Labor Economics The IZA World of Labor Guide 2016

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 6/16/2016
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Information Ltd

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The IZA World of Labor distils and condenses the best thinking and research on labor economic issues to enable decision-makers make better informed policy decisions.

Written by well-known labor economists worldwide, the findings on each topic are presented in a compact and readable format, as distillations of comprehensive evidence-based research. The IZA World of Labor Policy Handbook brings together summaries of over one hundred research articles to give busy policy-makers and advisors worldwide instant access to reliable, and up-to-date guidance on key policy topics including: migration and immigration; the minimum wage; supporting an aging workforce; the gender pay gap; microfinance in developing countries.

Author Biography

Klaus Zimmermann is Professor of Economics at the University of Bonnat DIW Berlin, University of Potsdam, and Director of the IZA, Germany.

Alexander Kritikos is Professor of Economics at the DIW Berlin, University of Potsdam, and IZA, German.

Olga Nottmeyer is Editor of the IZA World of Labor Project.

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