European Economics: Labor & Social Conditions eJournal
Editors: Francesco Giavazzi and Marco Da Rin
University of Bocconi - (IGIER) and Tilburg University

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts aimed at research on labor markets within the European context. Specific areas of focus include labor supply and demand, unemployment, and wage inequality, human capital, education, discrimination, wage policies, incentives, contracting, benefits, retirement and pensions, internal labor markets, job turnover, personnel law, and unions and collective bargaining. It also includes papers on issues like poverty reduction, retirement income, unemployment insurance, and disability income.

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Editors: Francesco Giavazzi and Marco Da Rin
University of Bocconi - (IGIER) and Tilburg University


Orazio Attanasio

Seppo Honkapohja

Patrick Honohan

Tryphon Kollintzas

Dalia Marin

Margaret Meyer

Sergio Rebelo

Lucrezia Reichlin

Gerard Roland

Gilles Saint-Paul

Paul Soderlind

Jan Svejnar

Harald Uhlig

Ernst-Ludwig Von Thadden

Axel Weber

Joseph Zeira