Monthly Archives: November 2016

Zimmermann sprach in der Universität Wien

Im Rahmen  der Vorlesungsreihe “Migration und Ökonomie” der Studienvertretung Volkswirtschaftslehre an der Universität Wien in diesem Wintersemester sprach Klaus F. Zimmermann am vergangenen Montagabend, dem 28. 11. 2016, im Rahmen eines Skype-Vortrages zum Thema Migrationspolitik und Flüchtlingskrise Wichtige Thesen seines … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Open Societies

Comment by Klaus F. Zimmermann (Princeton University and UNU-MERIT) Up until recently, many Europeans have seen images of large refugee camps and desperate families trying to cross borders only on TV screens. The unprecedented influx of refugees into Europe over … Continue reading

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Labor Mobility after Brexit

ON DECEMBER 2, 2017 at BRUEGEL/BRUSSELS What will Brexit mean for the free movement of workers between the UK and the EU? This will be discussed by Lindsey Barras (Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal), Jonathan Portes (Principal Research Fellow, National Institute … Continue reading

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Book Presentation Budapest

Brexit symbolizes the new worries about internal European mobility. At the same time, the additional fears generated by the refugee crisis crowds out the necessary debate about new labor migration to Europe. Against this background, Martin Kahanec and Klaus F. … Continue reading

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Prominent Scientists on 30 Years of the Journal of Population Economics

Views of prominent scientists (see below) on the 30th Anniversary of the Journal of Population Economics are contained in the first issue 2017, now in print and already available online. All articles are available free of charge until December 15, … Continue reading

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Meeting of the Society of Economics of the Household 2017

San Diego State University, San Diego, California on June 25-26, 2017 The first meeting of the Society of Household Economics will be held in San Diego on Sunday June 25 and Monday June 26 2017. There will be parallel sessions … Continue reading

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Klaus F. Zimmermann – New Research in 2016

RESEARCH PAPERS  2016 (21). Klaus F. Zimmermann (Princeton University and UNU-MERIT) has published or prepared 21 research papers in 2016. Titles and links: Zimmermann, Klaus F., Refugee and Migrant Labor Market Integration: Europe in Need of a New Policy Agenda. … Continue reading

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POP Team attends Migration workshop in Maastricht

POP at UNU-MERIT Co-Directors Alessio J. G. Brown and Klaus F. Zimmermann (also Princeton University) were attending events organized by the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance in Maastricht. Both participated in a Ph. D. defense ceremony, Alessio Brown as a … Continue reading

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Visiting NBER & Harvard University

Back in Boston: November 10 – 12, 2016 Visiting the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) to participate at the Fall meeting of the NBER Labor Group. Research talks at the Center for European Studies (CES), Harvard University. Home of … Continue reading

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30 Years of the Journal of Population Economics

Celebrating 30 Years As the Editor-in-Chief, I are pleased to announce the publication of the first issue of the 30th Anniversary Volume of the Journal of Population Economics. For 4 weeks there will be free access to all papers in … Continue reading

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