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Top JEL
/ J: Labor and Demographic Economics
/ / J7: Labor Discrimination
/ / / J79: Other
This topic is covered by the following reading lists:
  1. SOEP based publications
  2. Industrial Sociology (FCT-UNL)
  3. Labor Economics (ECON 431)

Most recent items first, undated at the end.
  • 2015 Do They Find You on Facebook? Facebook Profile Picture and Hiring Chances
    by Baert, Stijn

  • 2015 The Promise of Freedom: Fertility Decisions and the Escape from Slavery
    by Treb Allen

  • 2015 Equal Opportunities In The Italian Labour Market
    by Balazs-Foldi Emese & & &

  • 2014 Technological Expansion and Some Key Labour Market Outcomes in Marine Fisheries Sector in Odisha, India
    by Siba Sankar Mohanty

  • 2014 Trayectorias educacionales e inserción laboral en la enseñanza media técnico profesional
    by Osvaldo, Larrañaga & Gustavo, Cabezas & Francisca, Dussaillant

  • 2013 How Immigration Reduced Social Capital in the US: 2005-2011
    by Tiago Freire & Xiaoye Li

  • 2013 How Immigration Reduced Social Capital in the US: 2005-2011
    by Freire, Tiago & Li, Xiaoye

  • 2013 High Wage Workers and High Wage Peers
    by Michele Battisti

  • 2013 El mobbing: ¿el crimen perfecto? No, qué más quisieran algunos""
    by María Concepción Verona Martel & Raquel Santana Mateo

  • 2012 Does agriculture matter? Revisiting the farm income problem in Italy
    by Gianluca Stefani & Benedetto Rocchi & Donato Romano

  • 2012 On the welfare impacts of an immigration amnesty
    by Joël MACHADO

  • 2012 Anonymous job applications of fresh Ph.D. economists
    by Krause, Annabelle & Rinne, Ulf & Zimmermann, Klaus F.

  • 2012 Portuguese Immigration: Labor Market Assignment
    by Ana Paula Martins

  • 2012 Language knowledge and earnings in Catalonia
    by Antonio Di Paolo & Josep Lluís Raymond

  • 2011 Anonymous Job Applications of Fresh Ph.D. Economists
    by Krause, Annabelle & Rinne, Ulf & Zimmermann, Klaus F.

  • 2011 Anonymous Job Applications of Fresh Ph.D. Economists
    by Krause, Annabelle & Rinne, Ulf & Zimmermann, Klaus F.

  • 2011 Income Inequalities within Couples in the Czech Republic and European Countries
    by Martina Mysíková

  • 2011 Germany’s Next Top Manager: Does Personality Explain the Gender Career Gap?
    by Simon Fietze & Elke Holst & Verena Tobsch

  • 2011 Comparative Study on Male Vs Feminine Leadership in Public Administration in Maramures County, Romania
    by Gavrilescu Liviu

  • 2011 Women’s Involvement Level in Housework and Level of Irregularities in Public Service: The Need for Gender Sensitive Changes in Nigerian Work Policy (English version)
    by Grace Reuben ETUK & Emem Bassey INYANG & Reuben Ufot ETUK

  • 2010 Language knowledge and earnings in Catalonia
    by Antonio Di Paolo & Josep Lluís Raymond

  • 2010 Language knowledge and earnings in Catalonia
    by Antonio Di Paolo & Josep Lluís Raymond

  • 2010 Feminization of Migration and Trafficking of Women in Mexico (English version)
    by Arun Kumar ACHARYA

  • 2009 Social Dynamics of Abandonment of Harmful Practices: A new look at the theory
    by Gerry Mackie

  • 2009 Sudan: An in-depth analysis of the social dynamics of abandonment of FGM/C
    by S. Al Hebshi & B. V. Nylund & Samira Ahmed

  • 2009 Ethiopia: Social dynamics of abandonment of harmful practices. Experiences in four locations
    by Haile Gabriel Dagne

  • 2009 Fixed-term Contracts, Transitions and Wage Growth: Evidence from Spain
    by Antonio CAPARROS RUIZ & Lucia NAVARRO GOMEZ

  • 2008 Gender Segregation in the Workplace and Wage Gaps: Evidence from Urban Mexico 1994-2004
    by Sebastián Calónico & Hugo R. Ñopo

  • 2007 Islamistic Terror, the War on Iraq and the Job Prospects of Arab Men in Britain: Does a Country’s Direct Involvement Matter? This paper examines whether the labor market prospects of Arab men in England are influenced by recent Islamistic terrorist attacks and the war on Iraq. We use data from the British Labour Force Survey from Spring 2001 to Winter 2006 and treat the terrorist attacks on the USA on September 11th, 2001, the Madrid train bombings on March 11th, 2004 and the London bombings on July 7th, 2005, as well as the beginning of the war on Iraq on March 20th, 2003, as natural experiments possibly having led to a change in attitudes toward Arab or Muslim men. Using treatment group definitions based on ethnicity, country of birth, current nationality, and religion, evidence from regression-adjusted difference-in-differences-estimators indicates that the real wages, hours worked and employment probabilities of Arab men were unchanged by the attacks. This finding is in line with prior evidence from Europe
    by Nils Braakmann

  • 2007 An Extension of the Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition to a Continuum of Comparison Groups
    by Hugo R. Ñopo

  • 2006 Savoir et recherche. la place des femmes. le cas de l’université du Littoral-Côte d’Opale (Nord/Pas-de-Calais) (Knowledge and research. the place of women. case study: University of Littoral (Nord/Pas-de-Calais))
    by Sophie Boutillier & Blandine Laperche

  • 2005 Negative Stereotypes and Willingness to Change Them: Testing Theories of Discrimination in South Africa
    by Jorge Aguero

  • 2005 Hen or Egg? The relationship between IC-technologies and social exclusion
    by Krings, Bettina

  • 2005 La discriminación del trabajo cooperativizado
    by Manuel García Jiménez

  • 2003 Women, Wages and Industrial Agreements
    by Gillian Whitehouse & Betty Frino

  • 2003 Employer Learning and Schooling-Related Statistical Discrimination in Britain
    by Galindo-Rueda, Fernando

  • 2003 Employer Learning and Schooling-Related Statistical Discrimination in Britain
    by Galindo-Rueda, Fernando

  • 2003 Employer Learning and Schooling-Related Statistical Discrimination in Britain
    by Galindo-Rueda, Fernando

  • 1998 Social Networks and Labor Market Outcomes: Do personal connections always lead to better jobs?
    by Tamás Bartus

  • 1998 The Sephardim Diaspora: A Model of Forced Migration and Confiscation
    by Joao Ricardo Faria

  • 1974 Estimating Labor Supply Equations with Alternative Wage Variables
    by Farrell E. Bloch

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