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The consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic affect gainfully employed students in their academic progress due to the cancellation of on-site classes and in terms financial distress due to lost student ...weiterlesen

20. October 2020 | International Labour Markets

Launch of the “European Labour Market Barometer“

Enzo Weber , Christian Hutter

The new "European Labour Market Barometer" reflects the expected short-term development of unemployment and employment in the European labour ...weiterlesen

Studying trade flows between China and Germany in February 2020 gives a clear picture of what happens when a major shock affects a single trading partner. ...weiterlesen

Participation in vocational further training is unequally distributed among different groups. Migrants daughters often participate in further training. Men, who immigrated themselves, seldom take ...weiterlesen

The extent to which jobs in the German federal state could be replaced by digitisation largely depends on sectoral and occupational structure in the region. ...weiterlesen

9. July 2020 | Series "COVID-19 Crisis: Consequences for the Labour Market"

What helps the “ka-boom”? Five elements of a sound economic stimulus programme for Germany

Bernd Fitzenberger

The German Bundestag and Bundesrat passed a Coronavirus Tax Relief Act on 29 June 2020 that involves the first key elements of a large scale economic recovery programme, designed to get the German ...weiterlesen

IAB researcher Regina Konle-Seidl presents in this interview her research results on short-time work in Europe in the Corona ...weiterlesen

In this interview, the authors Herbert Brücker and Yuliya Kosyakova answer key questions on the employment of refugees in Germany. ...weiterlesen

28. May 2020 | Series "COVID-19 Crisis: Consequences for the Labour Market"

The world after the coronavirus crisis – more supportive, more digital, more sustainable?

Ulrich Walwei

In times of coronavirus, politics is relying on scientific evidence more than ever. At the same time, the crisis offers the opportunity for a more supportive and more sustainable social and economic ...weiterlesen

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