- Wissenschaftliche Politikberatung als Herausforderung. Diskussionsbeitrag von Klaus F. Zimmermann in ‘Wirtschaftliche Freiheit. Das ordnungspolitische Journal’ vom 22. Juni 2022.
- 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.
- Just released: Scopus CiteScore ranks the Journal of Population Economics substantially higher – now 6.5 (2021) after 3.9 (2020)!
- Klaus F. Zimmermann: Covid-19 related research. #TopDownloadedArticle.
- Research on Economic Preferences: Klaus F. Zimmermann will present in the UNU-MERIT Research Symposium, May Event Series, on Monday 16 May, 2022.
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Research on Economic Preferences: Klaus F. Zimmermann will present in the UNU-MERIT Research Symposium, May Event Series, on Monday 16 May, 2022.
Professor Klaus F. Zimmermann (UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University and GLO) will participate in the events around the “UNU-MERIT: 15 Year Celebration” next week. He contributes to the May Event Series: Research Seminars on May 16, 2022 by reporting about his work … Continue reading
Agenda: Confidential and legal access to abortion and contraception in the United States. New research from the Journal of Population Economics by Caitlin Knowles Myers
GLO Discussion Paper No. 1073, 2022; in print: Journal of Population Economics Confidential and legal access to abortion and contraception in the United States, 1960-2020 – Download PDFby Myers, Caitlin Knowles See also the GLO Post. GLO Fellow Caitlin Myers Ends;
Economic preferences across generations in a development country setting. New research accepted for publication in the Journal of Political Economy.
Using data from large-scale experiments with entire families for Bangladesh, the research finds that both mothers’ and fathers’ risk, time and social preferences are significantly positively correlated with their children’s economic preferences. Results differ from evidence for rich countries. Shyamal … Continue reading
Smoking, drinking, drugs: Less risky behaviors with stronger external religiosity. Research paper published accessible.
Using data for young Romanians a research paper finds that it is external religiosity that interacts with weaker addictive behaviors like smoking, drinking and using drugs. The study is now forthcoming OPEN ACCESS in the Journal of Economics, Management and … 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 … Continue reading
Klaus F. Zimmermann is ranked #264 among the 1,000 Top Scientists in Economics & Finance of the World for 2022
Research.com, a leading academic platform for researchers, has just released the 2022 Edition of their Ranking of the Top 1,000 Scientists in the field of Economics and Finance. GLO President Prof. Dr. Klaus F. Zimmermann, UNU-MERIT & Maastricht University, is … Continue reading
The new paper published in the Journal of Population Economics finds that assimilation in Australia is strongly associated with employment and wages as well as a number of job satisfaction measures. Matloob Piracha, Massimiliano Tani, Zhiming Cheng & Ben Zhe … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper suggests that cultural biases against women may contribute to the observed low female employment. GLO Discussion Paper No. 1015, 2022 Children and Female Employment in Mongolia – Download PDFby Nikolova, Elena & Polansky, Jakub GLO … Continue reading
Born or bred? The roles of nature and nurture for intergenerational persistence in labour market outcomes.
A new paper published Online First in the Journal of Population Economics finds heritability for Norway to account for about 50–100% of intergenerational transmissions. Ulvestad, M.E.S., Markussen, S. Born or bred? The roles of nature and nurture for intergenerational persistence … Continue reading
A new GLO Discussion Paper studies labor-management relations in autocratic regimes for transitional peripheral economies in Central Asia (Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan) and hierarchical market economies in Latin America (Colombia and Honduras). GLO Discussion Paper No. 1014, 2022 Labor-Management Relations in … Continue reading