All articles in: International Labour Markets

20. April 2022 |

The war in Ukraine, international trade and price effects on the German economy

Kamal Kassam , Ignat Stepanok

Russia’s exports account for a large share of world trade in a few goods and commodities classes. These are most notably nickel, fertilisers, mineral fuels and mineral oils, cereals and wood. Their ...read more

In general, economic downturns have a greater impact on young people in the labour market than on other age groups. How does the contemporary Covid-19 crisis compare to the global financial crisis a ...read more

A recent seminar series focussed on the cutting-edge international research on minimum wage policies with regard to employment, consumer prices, wage inequality, and other outcomes. ...read more

An IAB study on refugees in Germany sheds light on what integration means to these people and how this idea influences their future life ...read more

The article focusses on youth joblessness in times of the Covid-19 crisis in Germany and the United Kingdom. ...read more

20. October 2020 |

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 ...read more

2. October 2020 |

Germany’s trade with China at the beginning of the global COVID-19 pandemic

Ignat Stepanok

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. ...read more

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

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