- GLO Policy Director Azita Berar Awad celebrates a century of ILO: GLO Policy News No. 1 available
- GLO Research Director Danny Blanchflower publishes challenging new book in June 2019: Where are all the good jobs?
- GLO President provides the George Soros Lecture at the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest on May 8, 2019. REPORT.
- GLO Director Matloob Piracha speaks in Sydney/Australia on October 2 and October 6.
- Take Microeconometrics with Professor Jeffrey M. Wooldridge at the University of Kent on 16-17 May 2019: Deadline for registration is April 30.
- Joint UMS-GLO Public Lecture at University Malaysia Sabah with GLO Malaysia Lead M. Niaz Asadullah on April 17, 2019.
- World Talent Alliance: Klaus F. Zimmermann represents GLO in Hong Kong on April 10, 2019.
- Jo Ritzen presents German version of his book ‘A second chance for Europe’ in Berlin on April 5, 2019.
- Africa conference Call for Papers: Kigali June 2019 Submission: Deadline: April 30!!
- GLO supported conferences in Romania: Brasov (31 May – June 1) & Bucharest (23-24 May)
- Klaus F. Zimmermann appointed George Soros Visiting Chair at the Central European University (CEU), Budapest. See also this post.
- Francesco Pastore & Marco Pompili on ‘What works for youth employment?’: GLO Research for Policy Note.
- Klaus F. Zimmermann spoke in Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu and Guangzhou
- Azita Berar on ‘Automation, jobs and inequality’: GLO Policy Brief.
- Issue 2/2019 of the Journal of Population Economics out & 10 new Associate Editors.
- GLO Policy Director Azita Berar heads the GLO Policy Forum! Find out how to contribute!
- Robert Holzmann will head the Austrian National Central Bank.
- Marco Leonardi on the Italian labor market reforms and his new book.
- Pauline Osse on 20 years of WageIndicator.
- Nauro Campos, Jonathan Portes, Martin Kahanec and Klaus F. Zimmermann on the Brexit. UK view; continental view.
- Dorothea Schäfer on her role as new Editor-in-Chief of the Eurasian Economic Review.
- Yoo-Mi Chin on her Kuznets Prize article about the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa in the Journal of Population Economics.
- Alfredo Toro Hardy on the Latin American view of globalization.
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