- More Europe is needed to meet the future challenges of the continent in the globalized world. Report on a book presentation in Berlin by Maastricht University Professor & GLO Fellow Jo Ritzen.
- April 10, 2019. Return Migration Improves Social Norms; see the GLO Discussion Paper of the Month of March. And all GLO Discussion Papers of March 2019 for free.
- Book Presentation in Berlin on Friday, April 5: A Second Chance for Europe? Jo Ritzen, former Vice President of the World Bank, Dutch Minister for Education and President of Maastricht University presents his ideas about the future of Europe.
- Study on Intergenerational Transmission of Education: It matters for migrants where they live. GLO study forthcoming in JEBO.
- New Book on Linking Research to Policy Advice to Bridging the Gaps for a Better World & Other Studies on Populism.
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Monthly Archives: March 2017
Klaus F. Zimmermann, Princeton University and UNU-MERIT, Maastricht, President of the Global Labor Organization (GLO), visited the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. On March 30, 2017, he was invited to deliver the prestigious Andrew F. Smith … Continue reading
Klaus F. Zimmermann, Princeton University and UNU-MERIT, Maastricht, gave research seminars on: “Arsenic Contamination of Drinking Water and Mental Health” on March 24, 2017: Economics Department, Rutgers University March 29, 2017: Economics Department, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, … Continue reading
Today, the world faces a rising controversy about the benefits of globalization and international collaborations…. To deal with this challenge, we have now started a new initiative, the GLO, the Global Labor Organization. The catchword will be glabor, hence the … Continue reading
New responsibilities for POP Co-Director Klaus F. Zimmermann (UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University and Princeton University): He recently became a member of the Editorial Board of the Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting. In 2016, Zimmermann had visited the Institute for Economic Forecasting … Continue reading