The July edition of the Journal of Population Economics is now out and can be read here. This issue features ten contributions relating to COVID-19, gender in labour markets, the intended and unintended health impacts of policy, and industrialisation and growth. The lead article of issue 34(3) is “The safest time to fly: Pandemic response in the era of Fox News“, which is open access! The other articles are:
- Maternity leave and female labour force participation: Evidence from 159 countries
- Gender differences in the skill content of jobs
- Excess churn in integrated labour markets
- Health spillover effects of a conditional cash transfer program
- The effect of paid vacation on health: Evidence from Sweden
- Does performance pay increase alcohol and drug use?
- Malthus in preindustrial Northern Italy?
- Railroads, specialization, and population growth: evidence from the first globalization
- Fertility versus productivity: A model of growth with evolutionary equilibria
Read the articles for free via the embedded links!