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IZA recognizes the importance of proper citation of data in order to acknowledge the author's sources, to make identifying data easier, to promote the reproduction of research results, and to allow the impact of data to be tracked. It has therefore developed the IZA World of Labor data citation convention, which takes into account prior work done by respectable institutions.
In addtion, the IDSC of IZA offers a data repository service for labor economics. It enables the creator of a data set to deposit it with IZA’s data repository, to document and preserve it. Each data set deposited is issued with a DOI to make it uniquely identifiable and citable. For support please contact email@example.com.