- 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: December 2018
Ambassador Alfredo Toro Hardy & GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann interact on the ‘Crossroads of Globalization’ for Latin America
In October 2017, they have both spent a month together as prestigious Resident Scholars in the legendary Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center in Bellagio/Italy. Their major task: To think, debate, interact and write in a larger group of scientists from various … Continue reading
Research team wins prestigious research grant on ‘Migrant Ageing and Wellbeing’ in Australia. And more activities at Macquarie University, Sydney.
In 2017, Klaus F. Zimmermann, UNU-MERIT, Maastricht, and President of the Global Labor Organization (GLO) was a Visiting Professor at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. He has recently affiliated further with Macquarie University by accepting to join the local Centre for … Continue reading
Fascinating New Economic Research Freely Available from the GLO Discussion Paper Series of December 2018
The post links to the freely available GLO Discussion Papers of December 2018 and promotes two of the fascinating research contributions for a wider policy debate. Both papers deal with the relationship between migration and globalization. Anti-migration sentiments and threatened … Continue reading
How to create jobs in Africa? Arbeitsplätze für Afrika! Interview des Magazins “afrika wirtschaft” des Afrika-Vereins der deutschen Wirtschaft mit dem Bonner Arbeitsmarktforscher Klaus F. Zimmermann
“Die Bevölkerung auf dem afrikanischen Kontinent wächst deutlich schneller als die Zahl der Arbeitsplätze. Jahr für Jahr strömen 20 Millionen Menschen auf den afrikanischen Arbeitsmarkt. Was ist das beste Rezept, um schnell und nachhaltig Jobs zu schaffen?” (Afrika Wirtschaft, 4/2018, … Continue reading
After his trip through Africa and Asia, Klaus F. Zimmermann has left Bonn on December 23 to enjoy Christmas and the beginning of the New Year at Miami Beach. After the holidays, Klaus F. Zimmermann will participate at the ASSA … Continue reading
On December 16, Klaus F. Zimmermann had moved from Seoul/South Korea to Mumbai/ India, to participate at the 60th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics (ISLE), which took place on 19-21 December at the Indira Gandhi Institute … Continue reading
Back from a Pre-Christmas tour de force through three continents (November 28 to December 22): Luxembourg-Brussels-Kigali-Xiamen-Seoul-Mumbai conferences. Some quick pictures from the trip. (No Christmas signs in Kigali.) Now on my way to Florida and Atlanta…. Follow me on my … Continue reading
On December 16, Klaus F. Zimmermann has moved to Mumbai, India, for the 60th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics (ISLE), which takes place 19-21 December at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR). He will … Continue reading
During his visit to Seoul at Sogang University (Report I) and ASSLE (Report II), Klaus F. Zimmermann (UNU-MERIT & GLO), he also enjoyed “dreaming happiness” at the National Museum of Korea. With its 27,090 square meters, the National Museum of … Continue reading