Migrants rarely take native workers’ jobs, and they boost employment effects in the long term
Watch exclusive video from conferences, debates and other events on labor market economics, contributions from IZA World of Labor authors, and more.
A panel discussion at the Urania, Berlin with Prof. L. Alan Winters, Dr. Klaus Günter Deutsch, Prof. Michael Burda, Prof. Daniel S. Hamermesh and moderated by Stephan Richter, publisher and Editor-in-Chief of The Globalist.
Das aus der Sicht vieler Brexit-Gegner überzeugendste Argument gegen einen Austritt aus der Europäischen Union waren die damit verbundenen vielfältigen und gravierenden wirtschaftlichen Nachteile für Großbritannien. Stimmt d...
Dr. Olga Nottmeyer introduces the event The Economic Consequences of Brexit - what the experts say at the Urania, Berlin. Part one of six videos.
Alan Winters, University of Sussex, discusses the impact of Brexit on trade with Stephan Richter. Part two of six videos.
Dr. Klaus Günter Deutsch discusses the impact of Brexit on the German-British relationship with moderator Stephan Richter. Part three of six videos on the economic consequences of Brexit.
Prof. Michael Burda discusses the impact of Brexit across the rest of the EU with Stephan Richter. Part four of six videos on the economic consequeces of Brexit.
IZA World of Labor Editor-in-Chief Daniel Hamermesh discusses the parallels between the Brexit vote and the US presidential election. Part five of six videos on the economic consequences of Brexit.
Our panel of experts discuss the impact of Brexit on the economy with questions from the audience. Part six of six videos on the economic consequences of Brexit.
A panel discussion with economist Jonathan Portes, Conservative politician Geoffrey Van Orden MEP, Professor L. Alan Winters and moderated by Economist journalist Philip Coggan.
What is the impact of migration on the labor market in the UK?
What would be the impact of a Brexit on the labor market?
What would be the trade impact of a Brexit?
Is Britain a particularly regulated labor market?
In this video interview our new Editor-in-Chief Dan Hamermesh discusses his career in labor economics, the labor economic issues that most interest him, and his goals for the IZA World of Labor project going forwards.
How can you be sure that you have the right information to make decisions about labor? This short video demonstrates why IZA World of Labor is the ultimate reference and information source for policy and decision makers.
Labor market pressures are felt around the globe, and robots and automation increasingly become reality. Will we run out of work? Klaus F. Zimmermann (Editor-in-Chief, IZA World of Labor) talks about current developments in labor economics. > Futu...
In a film from the Jobs Knowledge Platform, IZA World of Labor author Robert Lerman discusses the pay-off for firms investing in apprenticeship training schemes. See "Do firms benefit from apprenticeship investments?"
Solomon Polachek (Binghamton University and IZA) discusses equal pay and the gender wage gap.
Read his article here.
Martin Kahanec of the Central European University discusses Roma integration in Europe. Though one of the largest ethnic minority groups, they are also one of the most economically disadvantaged. Read more here.
2013 IZA prizewinner, Daniel Hamermesh, discusses topical economic issues, including minimum wage, and austerity. See his IZA World of Labor article where he examines how labor costs affect companies' demand for labor.
UC Santa Barbara's Peter J. Kuhn talks about the relation between migration, brain drains and brain gains.
Richard Blundell, of University College London and IZA, explains the importance of labor supply and the role that public policy plays. His IZA World of Labor article specifically looks at the role of tax policy.
World Bank's David Robalino speaks at the IZA/DFID conference on labor markets in low income countries.
Kathryn Shaw of Stanford University finds that the quality of bosses has a significant effect on employee performance and firm productivity.
Peter J. Kuhn talks about the pros and cons of using the internet to search for and to fill job roles.