P.O. Box 7240
IZA Institute of Labor Economics
immigration, unemployment benefit spending, welfare magnets, European Union
European Union, immigration, unemployment benefit spending, welfare magnets
human capital, spatial distribution, access to tertiary education
labor market, discrimination, integration policy, immigrant integration, Varieties of Capitalism
labor supply, skill matching, migration, labor shortage, welfare state, institutions, policy
subjective well-being, web-surveys, working conditions
labour supply, welfare trap, net replacement rate
immigrant worker, labor supply, skilled migration, labor shortage, wage regression, Great Recession
ethnic diversity, subjective well-being, assimilation, multiculturality
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