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Wissenschaftliche Politikberatung als Herausforderung. Diskussionsbeitrag von Klaus F. Zimmermann in ‘Wirtschaftliche Freiheit. Das ordnungspolitische Journal’ vom 22. Juni 2022.
Was sind die strukturellen Herausforderungen der Beratungsverflechtung von Wissenschaft und Politik? Welche Aufgaben ergeben sich aus der “Zeitenwende” des Ukarinekrieges? Diesen Fragen geht Klaus F. Zimmermann (Universität Bonn, Freie Universität Berlin & Global Labor Organization, GLO) in einem Beitrag für … Continue reading
Is the European Union on course to become the big loser in the global tech race? A symposium of views in the new issue of ‘The International Economy’ with a contribution of Klaus F. Zimmermann.
THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY, The magazine of international economic policy, SPRING 2022 issue Current issue and past issues “Global analysts say that the United States and China are in a race to achieve the most advanced technological breakthroughs. The winner will … Continue reading
Just released: Scopus CiteScore ranks the Journal of Population Economics substantially higher – now 6.5 (2021) after 3.9 (2020)!
Unlike impact factors, CiteScore measures the contributions of journals with a broader coverage and more long-term (4 years) basis. The May 2022 published scores for 2021 are defined as: “CiteScore 2021 counts the citations received in 2018-2021 to articles, reviews, … Continue reading
“CAMPAGNE VACCINALE. Bons et mauvais élèves de la vaccination dans le monde : radioscopie des facteurs clés.” Interview with the French Media Platform “Atlantico” on global drivers of vaccination success.
Here is the interview in French. (English draft below.) It relates to a VoxEU Column and research available as CEPR Discussion Paper. Vu M. Ngo, Klaus F. Zimmermann, Phuc V. Nguyen, Toan Luu Duc Huynh and Huan H. Nguyen (2022). … Continue reading
The rise of walls and fences worldwide & the 60th anniversary of the construction of the Berlin Wall.
On August 13, 1961 the former German Democratic Republic commenced the construction of the #Berlin Wall, which separated West-Berlin from its surroundings until the destruction starting on November 9, 1989. In her article published August 13, 2021 on “As migration … Continue reading
Sudipta Sarangi talks about his new book ‘The Economics of Small Things’ with GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann.
You want to enjoy economics and learn crispy lessons about everyday challenges, and how to deal with them? Then try this new book by GLO Fellow Sudipta Sarangi: By “using a range of everyday objects and common experiences like bringing … Continue reading
A European ‘Hamiltonian Moment’? Contribution of Klaus F. Zimmermann to the debate in ‘The International Economy’.
Summer 2020: Europe-wide taxation and a European finance minister are necessary consequences of the new strategy. In: A Symposium of Views. Did Europe Just Experience Its ‘Hamiltonian Moment’? The International Economy. Summer 2020. Pp. 17-18. Text see below. Klaus F. … Continue reading
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