- Europe’s migration experience and its effects on economic inequality.
- Endogamous Marriage among Immigrant Groups: The Impact of Deportations under Secure Communities
- Terrorism and Voting Behavior: Evidence from the United States.
- Ethnic Divisions and the Onset of Civil Wars in Syria
- Journal of Population Economics Webinar on January 28, 2021: Presentation of the newly published Issue 2, 2021.
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Socio-demographic factors associated with self-protecting behavior during the Covid-19 pandemic in the USA.
A new paper published online in the Journal of Population Economics discusses why it is so vital to understand what drives people to engage in or refrain from health-related behaviors during a pandemic and reveal the role of socioeconomic differences … Continue reading
A new paper published online in the Journal of Population Economics indicates that the negative COVID-19 labour market effects are felt the most by people in the lowest percentiles of the financial wellbeing distribution suggesting significant increases in financial wellbeing … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper finds that the decrease in the male to female sex ratio in World War II contributed to a lower decline in fertility and child mortality rates in postwar Japan. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper finds for Italy that immigrants with stronger feelings of belonging to the societies of both the host and home country have higher employment rates, while those who exclusively identify with the host country culture do … Continue reading
Does social participation improve cognitive abilities of the elderly? New article ONLINE FIRST with free READLINK in the Journal of Population Economics.
A new paper published online in the Journal of Population Economics finds that participating in social activities has significantly positive impacts on cognitive function among the elderly in China. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper finds for China that research universities can have negative effects on local economic development. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental organization that functions as an international network and virtual platform … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper finds that policies supporting development in low-income countries are associated with less emigration to all destinations, including the rich economies. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental organization that functions as … Continue reading
With immediate effect, Grégory Ponthière (UCLouvain) joins the group of Editors of the Journal of Population Economics. He will work with Editors Shuaizhang Feng (Jinan University), Oded Galor (Brown University), Terra McKinnish (University of Colorado Boulder), Editor-in-Chief Klaus F. Zimmermann … Continue reading
Video from the GLO Virtual Seminar Series available. GLO Fellow Cynthia Bansak (St. Lawrence University) spoke about ‘Endogamous Marriage among Immigrant Groups.
The GLO Virtual Seminar is a monthly internal GLO research event chaired by GLO Director Matloob Piracha and hosted by the GLO partner institution University of Kent. The results are available on the GLO website and the GLO News section, … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper documents unambiguous evidence of a negative spillover of the welfare reforms of UK Welfare Reform Act 2012 at the heart of the government’s austerity program on social welfare, which reinforced the direct inequality-worsening effect of … Continue reading