All articles in: International Labour Markets

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

The rules defining trade between Germany and the United Kingdom (UK) have not changed despite Brexit. Nevertheless, there is a clear downward trend in German exports of goods to the UK since the ...read more

The authors analyse international reform perspectives of the German basic income system. ...read more

Regina Konle-Seidl explains the concept of chronic unemployment in Denmark, Finland, and Germany in this video interview. ...read more

The report presents a summary of the workshop "The gender wage gap in Europe: What can we learn from linked employer-employee data?". ...read more

Professor Enzo Weber presents his concept of Digital Social Security in this video interview and explains the first steps to put the concept into ...read more

23. May 2019 |

Protectionism and the argument for creating jobs at home

Ignat Stepanok

In the political debate, trade protectionism has been frequently associated with keeping and increasing the number of jobs at home. The argument is, however, not so simple, since international trade ...read more

Regina Konle-Seidl, researcher at the IAB in Nuremberg, compares in our video interview policies and practices to faciliate labour market integration of migrants in Austria, Germany, and Sweden. She ...read more