IZA World of Labor media citations

Citations of IZA World of Labor articles and opinion pieces in key media outlets for the last 12 months (with the most recent citation first). Note that content access restrictions may apply.
 
Media outlet Media article Cited IZA World of Labor content Author(s) 
African Eye Report Jobs for a New Generation: Rebuilding Nigeria’s Labour Market After COVID-19 Self-employment and poverty in developing countries Gary S. Fields
Harvard Business Review Why immigrants are more likely to become entrepreneurs Immigrants and entrepreneurship Magnus Lofstrom, Chunbei Wang
Vox The five-day workweek is dead The labor market in Iceland, 2000–2018 Katrín Ólafsdóttir
Forbes Hybrid Work Must Be Fair: 8 Ways To Address The Equity Challenge Cognitive performance in the home office—What professional chess can tell us Steffen Künn, Christian Seel, Dainis Zegners
Forbes Getting People Back To The Office: 5 Critical Factors For Hybrid Work Cognitive performance in the home office—What professional chess can tell us Steffen Künn, Christian Seel, Dainis Zegners
Forbes Why Too Much Work From Home Could Be Bad For Your Career Cognitive performance in the home office—What professional chess can tell us Steffen Künn, Christian Seel, Dainis Zegners
Financial Times We’re still in the dark about insecure work Health effects of job insecurity Francis Green
Sydney Morning Herald Pull out your rags and riches again - our moment of equality is over Does Covid-19 make us more averse to inequality? Miqdad Asaria, Joan Costa-Font, Frank Cowell
The Conversation Indonesia Setahun pandemi: tantangan makin berat bagi anak muda dan sektor pendidikan Do youths graduating in a recession incur permanent losses? Bart Cockx
The Washington Post Biden’s claim that with a $15 minimum wage, ‘the whole economy rises’ Labor issues in the Biden administration Daniel S. Hamermesh
BBC How to escape your motivational trough when you’re flagging Are workers motivated by the greater good? Mirco Tonin
Le Monde Les électeurs n’arrivent pas à tirer des leçons très utiles de la gestion d’une pandémie  How was the US presidential election affected by the Covid-19 pandemic? Leonardo Baccini, Abel Brodeur, Stephen Weymouth
Forbes Think Productivity With Work From Home Is Improving? Think Again. Here’s What You Must Know Cognitive performance in the home office—What professional chess can tell us Steffen Künn, Christian Seel, Dainis Zegners
BBC Why the 'sandwich generation' is so stressed out How does grandparent childcare affect labor supply? Giulio Zanella
Bloomberg The New ‘Buy American’ Is Bad News for Americans International trade regulation and job creation L. Alan Winters, Mattia Di Ubaldo
Quartz The main metric economists use to measure inequality is deeply flawed Measuring income inequality Ija Trapeznikova
The Conversation How working from home could revitalise rust belt cities Mitigating the work–safety trade-off Tito Boeri, Alessandro Caiumi, Marco Paccagnella
Forbes For Productivity And Career Growth The Office Is Best: Here’s Why According To Science Cognitive performance in the home office—What professional chess can tell us Steffen Künn, Christian Seel, Dainis Zegners
USA Today Why conservatives should embrace labor unions to reduce economic inequality. Union wage effects Alex Bryson
Bloomberg How the UK is joining nations fighting to save jobs Short-time work compensation schemes and employment Pierre Cahuc
Bloomberg Rishi Sunak's Germany-Lite jobs plan has a few holes Short-time work compensation schemes and employment Pierre Cahuc