The G²LM|LIC Data Repository is a vital component of the collaborative research initiative between the IZA – Institute of Labor Economics and the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO).
It serves as a comprehensive data hub, housing an extensive collection of research datasets generated by the G²LM|LIC programme. This repository offers researchers, access to rich research data, including COVID-19-related studies, fostering evidence-based decision-making and capacity building. Continually enriched with new research, the G²LM|LIC Data Repository is a testament to the program's commitment to advancing knowledge and facilitating collaborations in pursuit of inclusive and sustainable labor market policies.

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    Mar 27, 2024
    Researchers in development economics have made strides in understanding the relationship between gender, employment, and poverty through detailed policy evaluations. However, a key challenge is consolidating this knowledge and assessing its broader applicability. The Jobs of the...
    Mar 19, 2024
    Buchmann, Nina C.; Sullivan, Colin D.; Meyer, Carl, 2024, "G²LM|LIC - Paternalistic Discrimination", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.807.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V1
    The study combines field experiments in Bangladesh with a structural labormodel to introduce paternalistic discrimination. This discrimination involves the differential treatment of two groups to protect one, even against its will, from harmful or unpleasant situations. The main...
    Mar 19, 2024
    Bryan, Gharad; Franklin, Simon; Abebe, Girum, 2024, "G²LM|LIC - Urban Density and Labor Markets", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.409.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V1
    Many of the world‘s poorest people live and work in dense informal settlements in Africa’s growing megacities. These communities have both positives and negatives. On one side, settlements, often located in central areas, provide workers with access to geographically proximate jo...
    Mar 9, 2024
    Donald, Aletheia; Grosset, Florian, 2024, "G²LM|LIC - Labor Supply Complementarities in Urban Côte d‘Ivoire", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.677.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    This data examines complementarities in labor supply: to what extent does a person’s desire to work at a firm depend on whether others in her social network also work at the firm? The researchers conducted two field experiments in urban Côte d’Ivoire. In the first experiment, job...
    Jan 30, 2024
    Assaad, Raul; Krafft, Caroline, 2023, "G²LM|LIC - Sudan Labor Market Panel Survey", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.706.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V4
    The Sudan Labor Market Panel Survey 2022 (SLMPS 2022) is the first wave of a planned longitudinal study of the Sudanese labor market designed to elucidate the way in which human resources are developed and deployed in the Sudanese economy. The SLMPS 2022 is a nationally-represent...
    Jan 8, 2024
    Crepon, Bruno; Crafft, Caroline; Caria, Stefano; Abdelrahman, Nagy, 2024, "G²LM|LIC - The Impact of Subsidized Access to Nurseries and Employment Services on Mothers’ Labor Market Outcomes and Child Development in Egypt", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.596.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    There are three main explanations as to why female labor force participation, globally, remains low: (1) women’s high opportunity cost of time (2) weak labor demand and (3) restrictive gender norms. The research team will test aspects of all three constraints on FLFP in a low-inc...
    Nov 12, 2023
    Heath, Rachel M.; Boudreau, Laura; Matin, Imran; Ahmed, Shakil, 2023, "G²LM|LIC - The Effects of Employer Responses to COVID-19 on Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.710.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    This study developed and implemented a mobile-phone-based survey of garment workers in Bangladesh, providing insights about COVID-19 responses in their workplace and the effects on workers. The study asked about factory shutdowns, the rate of safety measures like masks and increa...
    Nov 12, 2023
    Hsu, Eric; Wancera Wambugu, Anne, 2023, "G²LM|LIC - Taming Counterfeits Markets with Consumer Information", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.620.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    The project aimed to study whether an information campaign to improve Kenyan farmers’ ability to detect quality of agricultural inputs—such as seeds, fertilizer, and pesticides was able to help: increase usage of techniques to verify seed quality, increase adoption of quality-ver...
    Nov 12, 2023
    Shonchoy, Abu; Khondker, Bazlul Haque; Raihan, Selim, 2023, "G²LM|LIC - Reducing Extreme Poverty through Skill Training for Industry Job Placement", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.238.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    The experimental intervention of this study was inspired by the Department for International Development (DFID)-funded training program conducted in the Northern Bangladesh by Gana Unnayan Kendra (GUK). By employing randomized controlled trial (RCT) technique, this study addresse...
    Nov 12, 2023
    Fehr, Dietmar; Fink, Günther; Jack, B. Kelsey, 2023, "G²LM|LIC - Poor and Rational: Decision-Making under Scarcity", https://doi.org/10.15185/glmlic.720466.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    The authors investigate in a sample of over 3,000 small-scale farmers in Zambia, who were given the opportunity to exchange randomly assigned household items for alternative items of similar value. Analyzing a total of 5,842 trading decisions over a range of items, including cash...
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