- Estimating Poverty for Refugee Populations
- GLO President met CCG President Henry Wang in Beijing and returned to Bonn
- Academic exchange in top Beijing Universities: Renmin University of China, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Normal University, and Peking University.
- Employee Representatives Foster Firm Performance
- Trade in Information Technologies and Changes in the Demand for Occupations
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Category Archives: Policy
October 19, 2019. Global Interdisciplinary Policy Research Conference on ‘Youth Transitions’ in Geneva/Switzerland, February 20-21, 2020. Call for contributions by November 15, 2019.
GLO is collaborating in the Organization of The Global Interdisciplinary Policy Research Conference on Youth Transitions, organized by the Center for Finance and Development of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, on the 20-21 February 2020 in Geneva/Switzerland. The … Continue reading
October 15, 2019. Migration, Populism and the Crisis of Globalization. Call for contributions for a March 2020 event in Pisa/Italy.
March 30-31, 2020 in Pisa, Italy. The GLO supported workshop on “Migrations, Populism and the Crisis of Globalization” will take place at the Department of Economics of the University of Pisa. Submission deadline is 15 January 2020. For a detailed … Continue reading
The Global Labor Organization (GLO) and the University of Kent (UoK) affiliate. The two organizations will support each other in their common missions on research and educational issues. UoK will provide a local platform of GLO in the UK. The … Continue reading
Questions, we all should reflect! Source: Facebook Ends;
18th anniversary. See also. The chart shows the number of World Trade Center-related FDNY deaths by year. See statista. “July finally saw the long and drawn out battle to compensate 9/11’s ill first responders come to an end. President Trump … Continue reading
September 4, 2019. Cold Brexit and hate against foreigners. The GLO Policy Forum debates the persistence of the attitudes: Is hostility towards immigration temporary?
September 4, 2019. Research has suggested that a ‘Cold Brexit’ will cause large job losses across Europe, not only in the Great Britain (see below). While in London the British Parliament last night increased efforts to stop the United Kingdom … 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
In the Spring 2019 term, GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann has been the George Soros Visiting Chair (GSVC) Professor at the School of Public Policy (SSP) of the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. On June 28, he terminated this … Continue reading
Over April – June 2019, Klaus F. Zimmermann has been George Soros Visiting Chair Professor at the School of Public Policy of the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. On June 28, he terminated this engagement and returned to the … Continue reading
German “Mittelstand”: An antithesis to Silicon Valley entrepreneurship? Insights by Friederike Welter & André Pahnke
Some perceive the German Mittelstand as a low growth, low-tech and non-innovative approach while in contrast the Silicon Valley entrepreneurship is regarded as the salvation for a doomed German economy. Is German type family business at the end? In their … Continue reading