- Pierre Cahuc, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
- V. Joseph Hotz, Duke University
- Sinem H. Ayhan, IZA
Editorial Office of the IZA Journal Series
- Chau Giang Bui, IZA
Editor-in-Chief of the IZA Journal Series
- Klaus F. Zimmermann, IZA and Bonn University
IZA Journal of Labor Economics is published in cooperation with the IZA - Institute for the Study of Labor, which is also owner of the whole IZA journal series.
"Our goal for the IZA Journal of Labor Economics is to publish the best empirical and theoretical research in labor economics and in a timely fashion."
Pierre Cahuc and V. Joseph Hotz
SpringerOpen is Springer’s new suite of open access journals which will cover all disciplines. SpringerOpen journals are fully and immediately open access and will publish articles under the Creative Commons Attribution license. This makes it easy for authors to fully comply with open access mandates and retain copyright. SpringerOpen journals combine open access and our expertise in delivering high-quality and rapid publications, from online submission systems and in-depth peer review to an efficient, author-friendly production process.
Aims & scope
The IZA Journal of Labor Economics covers research in all areas of labor economics. It publishes high quality theoretical and applied contributions on both microeconomic and macroeconomic oriented labor-related topics.
In particular, the Journal encourages submissions in subject areas that are closely linked to the various IZA program areas, and are not covered by one of the other area-specific journals in the IZA Journal Series. Contributions on various topics such as evaluation of labor market programs, behavioral and personnel economics, labor market aspects of environmental issues, and labor market institutions, among others, are highly welcomed.
The IZA Journal of Labor Economics belongs to the family of field journals in the IZA Journal Series with Springer, also including: (i) the IZA Journal of Migration, (ii) the IZA Journal of Labor Policy, (iii) the IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, and (iv) the IZA Journal of Labor & Development. Each journal publishes 24 articles per year, where each article should be about 10,000 words (including tables, figures and references).
Internet data have now become universally available and provide a unique research potential. To explore the potentials and challenges of internet data in the field of labor economics, IZA JOLE is inviting authors to submit their papers using internet data with a labor or human resources focus. For further information, see here.
(submission deadline: September 1, 2015)
(submission deadline: March 1, 2015)
Dan Hamermesh receives IZA Prize in Labor Economics 2013 in recognition of his fundamental contributions to the analysis of labor demand. The IZA Prize of 50,000 euros is considered the most prestigious science award in labor economics worldwide.
For further information, see here.
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