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Research in Labor Economics

ISSN: 0147-9121

Editor: Professor Solomon Polachek, Dr Konstantinos Tatsiramos
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Published twice per year in conjunction with the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Research in Labor Economics contains new cutting edge peer reviewed research applying economic theory and econometrics to policy related topics pertinent to worker well-being, often with an international focus. Like other high quality journals, one volume each year contains papers on a wide range of labor economics topics. Unlike other journals, the second volume is devoted to a topic related to IZA's areas of activity with a policy focus. Typical themes of each volume include labor supply, work effort, schooling, on-the-job training, earnings distribution, discrimination, migration, and the effects of government policies.

Research in Labor Economics invites all academics and researchers in the field of labor economics to submit their work for consideration in the series. Online submission can be done through the IZA’s website. Submissions for special issues and symposia are also considered.

Editorial Board

Professor Orley C. Ashenfelter   
Princeton University, USA

Professor Francine D. Blau   
Cornell University, USA

Professor Richard Blundell    
University College London, UK   

Professor Alison L. Booth
Australian National University, Australia 

Professor David Card    
University of California, USA   

Professor Ronald G. Ehrenberg   
Cornell University, USA    

Professor Richard B. Freeman   
Harvard University, USA   

Professor Reuben Gronau 
Bank of Israel, Israel 

Professor  Daniel S. Hamermesh
University of Texas, USA

Professor James J. Heckman
University of Chicago, USA

Professor Alan B. Krueger
Princeton University, USA

Professor Edward P. Lazear
Stanford University, USA

Professor Christopher A. Pissarides
London School of Economics, UK

Professor Yoram Weiss 
Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Professor Klaus F. Zimmermann
IZA and University of Bonn, Germany

If you would like to propose a volume for Research in Labor Economics, please contact the series editors:

Solomon Polachek: polachek@binghamton.edu
Konstantinos Tatsiramos:tatsiramos@iza.org

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