Monthly Archives: September 2018

Highlight of the Year 2018: EBES-25 & GLO Conference in Berlin – update

The 25th Conference of the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) took place on May 23-25, 2018 in Berlin/Germany. It was jointly organized with the Global Labor Organization (GLO) and hosted by the FOM University of Applied Sciences in their … Continue reading

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GLO President Zimmermann at GLO – supported conferences in 2018

GLO is the Global Labor Organization; Klaus F. Zimmermann is the GLO President. Zimmermann will participate and speak at the forthcoming 2018 conferences (see below for more details): at Renmin University (October 20-21) and visit Beijing for most of October; … Continue reading

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European leaders still do not find a proper response to the refugee issue. Nevertheless, Europeans wish to help those fleeing violence and war.

EU leaders again failed to reach progress on the burden sharing allocation of refugees across member states in their meeting in Salzburg this week (19-20/09/2018). Nevertheless, Europeans are more open to help those fleeing violence and war than in other … Continue reading

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Emigration and the subjective well-being of those staying behind: New research

New research forthcoming in the Journal of Population Economics finds: Having family members abroad is associated with greater well-being of those staying behind! Milena Nikolova, Carol Graham, and Artjoms Ivlev: Emigration, remittances, and the subjective well-being of those staying behind … Continue reading

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Sexual orientation and school-age & workplace bullying: A GLO research paper reveals facts & implications for job satisfaction

Just announced by GLO. The GLO Discussion Paper of the Month for August 2018┬ádeals with the important societal challenge of BULLYING, a serious and long-lasting problem in particular for school aged children. The GLO study confirms the relevance, the correlation … Continue reading

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