by M. Cervellati, U. Sunde & K. F. Zimmermann . This paper takes a global, long-run perspective on the recent debate about secular stagnation, which has so far mainly focused on the short term. The analysis is motivated by observing the interplay between the economic and demographic transit
Writing a new book in the field? Consider to publish with the Springer book series in “Population Economics” Editor-in-chief: K.F. Zimmermann with Series Editors: A. Cigno, E. Tekin, J. Zhang, and A.J.G. Brown (Ed.) Covers pressing topics of our time, such as migration, population aging
by A. Constant and K.F. Zimmermann . Purpose: Introduce a new field and suggest a new research agenda. Findings: Diaspora economics is more than a new word for migration economics. It opens a new strand to political economy. Diaspora is perceived to be a well-defined group of m
by C. Giulietti, E. Rettore & S. Tonini . Understanding the formation of trust at the individual level is a key issue given the impact that it has been recognised to have on economic development. Theoretical work highlights the role of the transmission of values such as trust from
by L. Mbaye & K.F. Zimmermann . This paper reviews the effect of natural disasters on human mobility or migration. Although there is an increase of natural disasters and migration recently and more patterns to observe, the relationship remains complex.
Co-edited by POP-Researcher Klaus F. Zimmermann the topic of the next Issue of the Polish Political Science Review, Polski Przegląd Politologiczny (PPSR), will be the European Migration and Refugee Crisis. The deadline for article submission is October 15, 2016. Publication of the Issue is scheduled
Edited by POP-Resarchers Amelie F. Constant and Klaus F. Zimmermann Forthcoming Special Issue on “Diaspora Economics” in the International Journal of Manpower Volume 37, No. 7, 2016 Articles: Diaspora economics: New perspectives, by Amelie F. Constant (POP at UNU-MERIT, IZA and GLO) and
Journal of Population Economics Issue 4 of the volume 29 is now available online. Issue 4/29 is the first issue hosted by POP at UNU-MERIT. Exploit the Free Download of the lead article Parental investment responses to a low birth weight outcome: who compensates and who reinforces? by Brandon J. Re