Most cited articles 2014-2018
1. The IAB Establishment Panel—methodological essentials and data quality (2014) Citations: 34
2. Digitization of industrial work: development paths and prospects (2016) Citations: 17
3. The German skill formation model in transition: from dual system of VET to higher education? (2015) Citations: 16
5. Not so standard anymore? Employment duality in Germany (2015) Citations: 7
John T. Addison, University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA
David Autor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA
Hans-Peter Blossfeld, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Alison Booth, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Hannah Brückner, New York University, Abu Dhabi
Colin Crouch, Warwick Business School, Coventry, England
Steven J. Davis, University of Chicago, USA
Christian Dustmann, University College London, United Kingdom
Gøsta Esping-Andersen, University of Barcelona, Spain
Michael Lechner, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Karl Ulrich Mayer, Leibnitz Association, Berlin, Germany
Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA
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Aims and scope
The Journal for Labour Market Research is a journal in the interdisciplinary field of labour market research. As of 2016 the Journal publishes Open Access. The journal follows international research standards and strives for international visibility. With its empirical and multidisciplinary orientation, the journal publishes papers in English language concerning the labour market, employment, education / training and careers. Papers dealing with country-specific labour market aspects are suitable if they adopt an innovative approach and address a topic of interest to a wider international audience. The journal is distinct from most others in the field, as it provides a platform for contributions from a broad range of academic disciplines. The editors encourage replication studies, as well as studies based on international comparisons. Accordingly, authors are expected to make their empirical data available to readers who might wish to replicate a published work on request. Submitted papers, who have passed a prescreening process by the editors, are reviewed by two peer reviewers, who remain anonymous for the author. In addition to the regular issues, special issues covering selected topics are published at least once a year. As of April 2015 the Journal for Labour Market Research has a "No Revisions" option for submissions (see ‘Instructions for Authors’).
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Up to Volume 44 (2011) the journal was published as "Zeitschrift für ArbeitsmarktForschung" in German and English language.
Officially cited as: J Labour Market Res
Recent Thematic Series
Retirement Ages Reform
Edited by Lutz Bellmann, Lynn A. Karoly, Christian Toft
Deadline for submissions: 31 May 2017
Youth unemployment in Europe: Causes and consequences
Edited by Martin Abraham, Martin Baethge, Hans Dietrich, Joachim Möller
Deadline for submissions: 28 February 2017
Journal for Labour Market Research is affiliated with Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
2017 Journal Metrics
- ISSN: 2510-5027