- The COVID-19 Pandemic’s Effects on Voter Turnout in Italy
- COVID-19, Race, and Gender in the USA
- The econometrics of Covid-19 pandemic. Panel organized by GLO Coronavirus Cluster Co-Lead Sergio Scicchitano.
- 35th EBES conference in Rome, Italy, has begun online with opening speeches. From April 7-9, 2021 the traditional event features over 200 presentations of academic work in business, management and economics.
- Understanding Employee Motivation in the Gig Economy of China
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A new GLO Discussion Paper finds for Germany that the likelihood of consuming each of four types of alcohol (beer, wine, spirits, and mixed drinks) is higher for those receiving performance pay, and their total number of types of alcohol … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper finds for Belgium a negative effect of households’ indebtedness on their consumption. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental organization that functions as an international network and virtual platform to stimulate … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper studies for Italy the impact of robotization on the shares of workers employed as robot operators and in occupations deemed exposed to robots to reveal for the first time reinstatement effects among robot operators and … Continue reading
Lifetime Wellbeing & Family Unhappiness. Two articles in the April issue of the Journal of Population Economics.
Key findings of the two articles are: Blanchflower provides global evidence that the U-shaped happiness-age curve is everywhere. Blanchflower and Clark find that children may cause unhappiness because of challenging family finances. Watch the GLO Virtual Seminar presentation of Danny … Continue reading
Europe decided to abolish daylight saving time in 2021, since the save energy impact is debatable; but so far concrete actions remained elusive. Some evidence should not be overlooked. Based on natural experiments: Stratified demographic analyses for Indiana/USA indicate that … Continue reading
Hyperbolic utility discounting has emerged as a leading alternative to exponential discounting because it can explain time-inconsistent behaviors. A new paper published in the Journal of Population Economics uses hyperbolic discounting in an intergenerational model with altruistic parents to find … Continue reading
A new paper published in the Journal of Population Economics investigates the impact of the 2008 recession on the health of immigrants’ newborns in Italy. It finds that the negative effects are driven by the main economic activity of the … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper shows that government-led urbanization in China has a positive impact on natural gas demand conditional on total energy use. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental organization that functions as an … Continue reading
Interview with GLO Fellow & Cluster Lead Thailand Ruttiya Bhula-or on Covid-19, her research and the Thai economy
Assistant Professor Dr Ruttiya Bhula-or is a Vice Dean at the College of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University, a director/ key coordinator of Collaborating Centre for Labour Research at Chulalongkorn University, a GLO Fellow and GLO Country Lead for Thailand. In … Continue reading
A new paper published in the Journal of Population Economics finds that employment discrimination in the US increased after the 2016 Presidential elections, but predominantly occurred in occupations involving interaction with customers. The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is an independent, … Continue reading