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- 410-410 The labor market in Ireland, 2000–2016
by Elish Kelly & Adele Bergin
- 411-411 The labor market in Sweden since the 1990s
by Nils Gottfries
- 412-412 The changing of the French labor market, 2000–2017
by Philippe Askenazy
- 414-414 Economic effects of differences in dialect
by Jens Suedekum
- 415-415 The labor market in Israel, 2000–2016
by Tali Larom & Osnat Lifshitz
- 417-417 Climate change and the allocation of time
by Marie Connolly
- 418-418 The labor market in the Netherlands, 2001–2016
by Joop Hartog & Wiemer Salverda
- 419-419 Central exit exams improve student outcomes
by Ludger Woessmann
- 420-420 Why is youth unemployment so high and different across countries?
by Francesco Pastore
- 421-421 The labor market in Finland, 2000–2016
by Tomi Kyyrä & Hanna Pesola
- 423-423 Is high-skilled migration harmful to tax systems’ progressivity
by Laurent Simula & Alain Trannoy
- 424-424 The labor market in Norway, 2000–2016
by Øivind A. Nilsen
- 425-425 The labor market in India since the 1990s
by Indraneel Dasgupta & Saibal Kar
- 426-426 The labor market in Poland, 2000−2016
by Piotr Lewandowski & Iga Magda
- 427-427 The labor market in New Zealand, 2000–2017
by David C. Maré
- 428-428 The labor market in Belgium, 2000–2016
by Bruno Van der Linden & Vincent Bodart & Muriel Dejemeppe
- 429-429 Managerial quality and worker productivity in developing countries
by Achyuta Adhvaryu
- 430-430 The complex effects of retirement on health
by Andreas Kuhn
- 431-431 Trade and labor markets: Lessons from China’s rise
by David H. Autor
- 432-432 The labor market in Canada, 2000–2016
by W. Craig Riddell
- 433-433 One-company towns: Scale and consequences
by Simon Commander
- 434-434 Working in family firms
by Thomas Breda
- 435-435 Aggregate labor productivity
by Michael C. Burda
- 436-436 The usefulness of experiments
by Jeffrey A. Smith
- 437-437 The Chinese labor market, 2000–2016
by Nabanita Datta Gupta
- 438-438 Maternity leave versus early childcare—What are the long-term consequences for children?
by Nabanita Datta Gupta
- 439-439 Effects of regulating international trade on firms and workers
by Raymond Robertson
- 440-440 Do social interactions in the classroom improve academic attainment?
by Shqiponja Telhaj
- 442-442 Defining informality vs mitigating its negative effects
by Elizabeth Ruppert Bulmer
- 446-446 How should job displacement wage losses be insured?
by Donald O. Parsons
- 450-450 Do anti-discrimination policies work?
by Marie-Anne Valfort
- 313-313 Can diversity encourage entrepreneurship in transition economies?
by Elena Nikolova
- 323-323 Gender differences in wages and leadership
by Mario Macis
- 326-326 Maximum likelihood and economic modeling
by Gauthier Lanot
- 328-328 Should agricultural employment in transition economies be encouraged?
by Zvi Lerman
- 329-329 Are overhead costs a good guide for charitable giving?
by Jonathan Meer
- 330-330 Foreign direct investment and employment in transition economies
by Saul Estrin
- 331-331 The economics of employment tribunals
by Paul Latreille
- 332-332 The effects of public sector employment on the economy
by Vincenzo Caponi
- 333-333 Can firms oversee more workers with fewer managers?
by Valerie Smeets
- 334-334 Do institutions matter for entrepreneurial development?
by Ruta Aidis
- 335-335 Does religiosity explain economic outcomes?
by Olga Popova
- 336-336 Using linear regression to establish empirical relationships
by Marno Verbeek
- 337-337 How does grandparent childcare affect labor supply?
by Giulio Zanella
- 338-338 Upgrading technology in Central and Eastern European economies
by Slavo Radosevic
- 339-339 Skills or jobs: Which comes first?
by Jesko Hentschel
- 340-340 How does monetary policy affect labor demand and labor productivity?
by Andrew Benito
- 341-341 Does broadband infrastructure boost employment?
by Oliver Falck
- 342-342 Does homeownership affect education outcomes?
by Stephen Whelan
- 343-343 For long-term economic development, only skills matter
by Eric Hanushek
- 344-344 How is new technology changing job design?
by Michael Gibbs
- 345-345 Do payroll tax cuts boost formal jobs in developing countries?
by Carmen Pagés
- 346-346 Climate change, natural disasters, and migration
by Linguère Mously Mbaye
- 347-347 Identifying and measuring economic discrimination
by Sergio Pinheiro Firpo
- 348-348 How effective is compulsory schooling as a policy instrument?
by Colm P. Harmon
- 349-349 Is teacher certification an effective tool for developing countries?
by Todd Pugatch
- 350-350 Microfinance and rural non-farm employment in developing countries
by Shyamal Chowdhury
- 351-351 The changing nature of jobs in Central and Eastern Europe
by Piotr Lewandowski
- 352-352 The need for and use of panel data
by Hans-Jürgen Andreß
- 353-353 Female poverty and intrahousehold inequality in transition economies
by Luca Piccoli
- 354-354 Measuring flows of international migration
by James Raymer
- 355-355 Do firms’ wage-setting powers increase during recessions?
by Todd A. Sorensen
- 356-356 Multiple job-holding: Career pathway or dire straits?
by Konstantinos Pouliakas
- 357-357 The happiness gap between transition and non-transition countries
by Ekaterina Skoglund
- 358-358 Gender differences in corporate hierarchies
by Antti Kauhanen
- 359-359 Motherhood wage penalty may affect pronatalist policies
by Olena Y. Nizalova
- 360-360 Do trade unions in Central and Eastern Europe make a difference?
by Iga Magda
- 361-361 The labor market in the US, 2000–2016
by Daniel S. Hamermesh
- 362-362 Multitasking at work: Do firms get what they pay for?
by Ann P. Bartel
- 363-363 Air pollution and worker productivity
by Matthew Neidell
- 364-364 International trade and economic insecurity
by Mine Z. Senses
- 365-365 Racial wage differentials in developed countries
by Simonetta Longhi
- 366-366 Does education strengthen the life skills of adolescents?
by Stefanie Schurer
- 367-367 Relative pay, effort, and labor supply
by Anat Bracha
- 369-369 The value of hiring through employee referrals in developed countries
by Mitchell Hoffman
- 370-370 How do candidates’ looks affect their election chances?
by Panu Poutvaara
- 371-371 Firm size and business cycles
by Tulio A. Cravo
- 372-372 Relative deprivation in the labor market
by Paolo Verme
- 373-373 Demographic and economic determinants of migration
by Nicole B. Simpson
- 374-374 Adult literacy programs in developing countries
by Niels-Hugo Blunch
- 375-375 Does hot weather affect human fertility?
by Alan Barreca
- 376-376 Why does unemployment differ for immigrants?
by Stephen Drinkwater
- 377-377 Production spillovers: Are they valued?
by Joseph Price
- 378-378 How does international trade affect household welfare?
by Beyza Ural Marchand
- 379-379 The labor market in Germany, 2000–2016
by Hilmar Schneider & Ulf Rinne
- 380-380 Job search monitoring and assistance for the unemployed
by Ioana E. Marinescu
- 381-381 Air pollution, educational achievements, and human capital formation
by Sefi Roth
- 382-382 Fertility decisions and alternative types of childcare
by Chiara Pronzato
- 383-383 Competitiveness, labor market institutions, and monetary policy
by Ester Faia
- 384-384 The rise of secularism and its economic consequences
by Fernando A. Lozano
- 386-386 Trans people, well-being, and labor market outcomes
by Nick Drydakis
- 387-387 How does the one child policy impact social and economic outcomes?
by Wei Huang
- 388-388 Wage policies in the public sector during wholesale privatization
by Jelena Nikolic
- 389-389 Family-friendly and human-capital-based immigration policy
by Harriet Duleep & Mark Regets
- 390-390 Unemployment and the role of supranational policies
by Juan F. Jimeno
- 391-391 Rethinking the skills gap
by Thijs van Rens & Roland Rathelot
- 392-392 The influence of occupational licensing and regulation
by Morris M. Kleiner
- 393-393 Hours vs employment in response to demand shocks
by Robert A. Hart
- 394-394 Fighting employment informality with schooling
by Rodrigo R. Soares & Daniel Haanwinckel
- 395-395 What is the role for molecular genetic data in public policy?
by Steven F. Lehrer & Weili Ding
- 396-396 How digital payments can benefit entrepreneurs
by Leora Klapper
- 397-397 Why does part-time employment increase in recessions?
by Daniel Borowczyk-Martins
- 398-398 Political connectedness and formal finance in transition economies
by Kobil Ruziev
- 399-399 Do post-prison job opportunities reduce recidivism?
by Kevin Schnepel
- 400-400 The value of financial literacy and financial education for workers
by Pierre-Carl Michaud
- 401-401 Youth unemployment in transition economies
by Marcello Signorelli
- 402-402 The labor market in Switzerland, 2000–2016
by Rafael Lalive & Tobias Lehmann
- 403-403 The labor market in Spain, 2002–2016
by Anna Sanz-de-Galdeano & Anastasia Terskaya
- 404-404 The Danish labor market, 2000–2016
by Torben M. Andersen
- 405-405 The labor market in South Korea, 2000–2016
by Jungmin Lee
- 406-406 Working hours: Past, present, and future
by Peter Dolton
- 407-407 The labor market in Italy, 2000–2016
by Luca Nunziata & Francesca Marino
- 408-408 The labor market in Austria, 2000–2016
by René Böheim
- 409-409 Skill utilization at work: Opportunity and motivation
by Giovanni Russo
- 413-413 Replication in labor economics
by W. Robert Reed
- 416-416 Returns to language skills in transition economies
by Astghik Mavisakalyan