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    Mar 4, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Acton, Riley K.; Cao, Wenjia; Cook, Emily E.; Imberman, Scott A.; Lovenheim, Micheal F., 2024, "The Effect of Vaccine Mandates on Disease Spread: Evidence from College COVID-19 Mandates", https://doi.org/10.15185/jhr2024.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V1
    The study examines the effect of college- and university-imposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates for students on county-level COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations, deaths, and other health outcomes leveraging several rich sources of data. The researchers obtain information on vaccine...
    Feb 28, 2024 - G2LM-LIC - Gender Growth and Labor Markets in Low-Income Countries
    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), V1
    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...
    Feb 21, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Wageindicator Foundation, 2023, "WageIndicator Survey of Living and Working in Coronavirus Times", https://doi.org/10.15185/wif.corona.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V3
    WageIndicator is interviewing people around the world to discover what makes the Coronavirus lockdown easier (or tougher), and what is the COVID-19 effect on our jobs, lives and mood. WageIndicator shows coronavirus-induced changes in living and working conditions in over 110 cou...
    Feb 15, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Andre, Peter; Boneva, Teodora; Chopra, Felix; Falk, Armin, 2023, "Replication Data Based on: Global Climate Change Survey", https://doi.org/10.15185/gccs.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V3
    The global climate, a shared resource, needs collaborative efforts worldwide. A behavioral science perspective can help to better understand the human factor, which is crucial in addressing climate change. To improve our knowledge about the global willingness to cooperate and act...
    Jan 30, 2024 - G2LM-LIC - Gender Growth and Labor Markets in Low-Income Countries
    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 29, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    WageIndicator Foundation, 2023, "WageIndicator Survey", https://doi.org/10.15185/wif.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    The WageIndicator Survey is a continuous, multilingual, multi-country web-survey, counducted across 65 countries since 2000. The web-survey generates cross sectional and longitudinal data which might provide data especially about wages, benefits, working hours, working conditions...
    Jan 29, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Australian National University (ANU); Beijing Normal University; Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), 2023, "Longitudinal Survey on Rural Urban Migration in China", https://doi.org/10.15185/izadp.7680.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    The Longitudinal Survey on Rural Urban Migration in China (RUMiC) consists of three parts: the Urban Household Survey, the Rural Household Survey and the Migrant Household Survey. It was initiated by a group of researchers at the Australian National University, the University of...
    Jan 29, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), Germany; University of Central Asia (UCA), Kyrgyzstan; Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Sweden; German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany, 2023, "Life in Kyrgyzstan Study, 2010 - 2019", https://doi.org/10.15185/izadp.7055.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    The Life in Kyrgyzstan (LiK) Study is a research-based multi-topic longitudinal survey of households and individuals in Kyrgyzstan, which Prof. Tilman Brück started in 2009. It tracks the same 3000 households and over 8000 individuals over time in all seven Kyrgyz regions (oblast...
    Jan 29, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Askitas, Nikos, 2024, "A Hands-On Machine Learning Primer for Social Scientists: Math, Algorithms and Code", https://doi.org/10.15185/mlp4ssci, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    Jupyter notebooks in Python which accompany the upcoming paper "A Hands-On Machine Learning Primer for Social Scientists: Math, Algorithms and Code". The paper and its code aim at enabling social scientists, who wish to do so, to add Machine Learning techniques to their research...
    Jan 23, 2024 - IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
    Kuhn, Peter J.; Shen, Kailing, 2023, "What Happens When Employers Can No Longer Discriminate in Job Ads?", https://doi.org/10.15185/izadp.14618.1, Research Data Center of IZA (IDSC), V2
    When employers’ explicit gender requests were unexpectedly removed from a Chinese job board overnight, pools of successful applicants became more integrated: women’s (men’s) share of call-backs to jobs that had requested men (women) rose by 62 (146) percent. The removal ‘worked’...
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