- Railroads, specialization, and population growth: evidence from the first globalization in Chile.
- Labor market effects of a work-first policy for refugees
- Biased Teachers and Gender Gap in Learning Outcomes: Evidence from India
- A European ‘Hamiltonian Moment’? Contribution of Klaus F. Zimmermann to the debate in ‘The International Economy’.
- From the lockdown to the new normal: An analysis of the limitations to individual mobility in Italy following the Covid-19 crisis.
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Category Archives: Science
New Issue of the Journal of Population Economics Published. Clarivate Analytics: SSCI Impact Factor has improved substantially.
The last issue 4 (October) 2020, Volume 33, of the Journal of Population Economics is now published. Access the Table of Content and the papers. Clarivate Analytics Social Sciences Citation Index Factor released July 2020:IMPACT FACTOR 1.840 (2019) from 1.253 … Continue reading
Social media data have become a reliable source for research in particular when traditional sources are unavailable. This happens in particular within crises like the 2008 Financial Crisis and the 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic. Below list some of the original contributions … Continue reading
The Institute for Economic and Social Research (IESR) at Jinan University and the Global Labor Organization (GLO) intensify their collaborations, as IESR Director Shuaizhang Feng and GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann have declared. IESR Director Shuaizhang Feng has been appointed … Continue reading
Terra McKinnish of University of Colorado Boulder joins the group of Editors of the Journal of Population Economics
With immediate effect, Terra McKinnish (University of Colorado Boulder) joins the group of Editors of the Journal of Population Economics. She will work with Editors Alessandro Cigno (University of Florence), Shuaizhang Feng (Jinan University), Oded Galor (Brown University), Editor-in-Chief Klaus … Continue reading
Congratulations to Eliana La Ferrara, GLO Fellow & Associate Editor of the Journal of Population Economics. Ends;
CEU Left Budapest to Move to Vienna! Interview with former CEU School of Public Policy Dean Martin Kahanec about the background.
Under political pressure of the Hungarian Government, the Central European University (CEU) has left this year Budapest for Vienna. Leaving behind a wonderful and perfect infrastructure, the university has found an attractive new place in Austria’s capital. The matter represents … 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
Wine from the 3D Printer? Report from a Budapest – Uppsala Trip. Zimmermann participates in Academia Europaea Class Meeting at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study (SCAS) in Uppsala.
As in 2018, Klaus F. Zimmermann has visited the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in Uppsala. (See past year report and pictures.) He is the President of the Global Labor Organization (GLO) and George Soros Chair at the Central European … Continue reading
Bonn, Beethoven city in Germany. Since 17 May 2019, 700 green and golden Beethoven statues have occupied Münsterplatz in Bonn city center. The art installation is part of the run-up of the city to Beethoven’s anniversary in 2020 and finds … Continue reading
January 4-6, GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann, UNU-MERIT Maastricht, had visited the #ASSA2019 conference in Atlanta. The conference enables also networking with a larger number of publishers who are available for discussion with their journals and books in a specific … Continue reading