- 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.
- Conscription and Military Service: Do They Result in Future Violent and Non-Violent Incarcerations and Recidivism?
- Bonn Snowperson. January 17, 2021.
- Mobility under the COVID-19 Pandemic: Asymmetric Effects across Gender and Age.
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Category Archives: Policy
Bonn January 5, 2021. 2.15 pm. In front of the Vaccination Centre Bonn, which is part of the Bonn World Conference Center. All closed. Alles zu…. Ends;
The United Nations System acts today “to shine a light on the need for funding, essential services, prevention and data that shapes better-informed responses.” See also the Council of Europe on the Istanbul Convention. Event in Bonn/Germany on November 25, … 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
2020 China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair (23-26 September) of Guangzhou/China started on September 23 with the Global Opportunity Summit.
GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann delivered the introductory keynote speech and contributed to the panel “High Level Dialogue” of the Global Opportunity Summit of the 2020 China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair. The online audience of the event peaked at 328,417 … Continue reading
Alfredo Toro Hardy: “China versus the US. Who will prevail?” A new book explains why the rising confrontation between China and the US has become structural and not simply conjectural.
The rising rivalry between China and the US generates concerns around the world. In his new book (China versus the US. Who will prevail?), Alfredo Toro Hardy (Venezuelan Scholar and Diplomat) provides an insightful analysis of open questions and mysteries … Continue reading
Interview with the Greek Policy Advisor and GLO Fellow Panos Tsakloglou on the Greek Story in the COVID-19 Crisis.
Greece has performed very well in the management of the COVID-19 crisis but faces now a huge economic downturn. What are the elements of success, the challenges ahead and the role of scientific experts? Some insights from an interview with … Continue reading
GLO Policy Brief No. 3 – Special theme: COVID-19 and policy implications COVID-19 and the Consequences for Free Trade by Ewa Björling, Andreas Hatzigeorgiou, Magnus Lodefalk & Fredrik Sjöholm The response to the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global trade, investment … Continue reading
Why has Slovakia, a small open economy, done so well with low mortality rates in response to the crisis? And what to do now in face of an expected huge recession? Some insights from an interview with top policy advisor … Continue reading
GLO Fellow Colin Cannonier, Associate Professor at Belmont University, has been appointed GLO Country Lead for St. Kitts and Nevis (a dual-island nation between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea), where he is a frequent advisor to the government. In … Continue reading
How to strengthen the public sector and restart a more sustainable and social Europe in the aftermath of the coronacrisis.
There is little doubt that –whatever countries do to fight the virus- the economies of many EU countries will be in serious disarray. It is likely that Governments and the EU in the struggle to regain employment and income will … Continue reading