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Category Archives: Media
First Webinar in the GLO Virtual Young Scholar (GLO-VirtYS) Program, Cohort 2019-20: Report and Video.
First webinar in the GLO Virtual Young Scholar (GLO-VirtYS) Program, Cohort 2019-20 All the presentation in this series are based on the projects that GLO-VirtYS program scholars completed as part of their program participation. September 10th Program Sydney (10pm), Beijing … Continue reading
#VeniceFilmFestival: Mexican Filmmaker Michel Franco received the Grand Jury Prize of the Venice Film Festival 2020 for “NEW ORDER”, a “harrowing, ultra-violent coup d’etat thriller” considered to be his “most ambitious & darkest film”.
Announced yesterday night: My Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio 2017 colleague Michel Franco won the Grand Jury Prize of the Venice Film Festival 2020 with his new coup d’etat thriller “New Order” about a distressing drama …. set in a dystopian Mexican … Continue reading
#VeniceFilmFestival: Filmmaker Michel Franco is back with “NEW ORDER”, considered to be his “most ambitious & darkest film”.
My Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio 2017 colleague Michel Franco returns in a week to the Venice Film Festival with his new film. Can be proud to have learned about the project of the Mexican film director during our joint visit at … Continue reading
The Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and the COVID-19 disease continue to spread across the world. A new Life with Corona study will provide valuable information for researchers studying the social and economic implications of the Coronavirus pandemic. LINK to the survey website. … Continue reading
Amsterdam; 29 March, 2020. The WageIndicator Foundation announces the Continuous Global Online Survey ‘Living and Working in Corona Times’! Press Release. The WageIndicator Foundation led by GLO Fellow Paulien Osse as the Director, is a long-term partner of the GLO. … Continue reading
In 2019, Dejan Kovač, GLO fellow and a former postdoc at Princeton University, left his position in the US and joined the presidential race in Croatia as a candidate. He did not become the president of Croatia, but in his … Continue reading
Dear Social Network:Season’s Greetings, happy holidays and a healthy & confident start into the New Year 2020! Many thanks to all friends and partners for the very many exciting experiences in 2019.Best regards Klaus F. Zimmermann Ends;
Tatort Buchmesse Frankfurt: Visiting the Bookfare Frankfurt 2019 (Oct 16 – 20). #BuchmesseFrankfurt ; #fbf2019; #Herkunft, #Habeck
Impressions from a visit on October 16, 2019. #Tatort; Saša Stanišić – Winner of the Novel of the year 2019 Award for “Herkunft”; Robert Habeck – German writer and politician, co-chairperson of Alliance ’90/The Greens, a potential candidate for chancellor, … Continue reading
GLO Fellow Dejan Kovač (Princeton University) is running for President in Croatia. Dejan Kovač (Princeton University and GLO) has announced his campaign for the upcoming presidential elections in Croatia. See: Media report. YouTube. Facebook. Personal Website. Dejan Kovač said: “Croatia … Continue reading
Finishing the Teaching of a Global Labor Economics Class at the Central European University in Budapest
Finishing a stimulating interactive class in Global Labor Economics at the School of Public Policy of the Central European University (CEU) with George Soros Chair Professor Klaus F. Zimmermann in the Spring Term in Budapest, Hungary. Ends;