by J. Ritzen & K. Zimmermann . A substantial literature claims that the strong increase in inequality over the last decade in Western industrial countries such as the US would lead to increasing tensions between different socio-economic groups which might in
On April 16, 2016 Co-Director of POP at UNU-MERIT Klaus F. Zimmerman gave a keynote on "Diaspora Economics: Global Challenges and Perspectives" at the Symposium on “The Economics of Skin Tone, Gender, Ethnicity, and Diaspora“.
January 5, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago: At a reception organized by Springer Nature, a major scientific publisher, a large crowd of scientists and members of the publication and think tank communities were celebrating the 30th birthday of the Journal of Population Economics and
Throughout the decades, the Journal of Population Economics has been at the forefront of population economics research and has strongly established itself as the leading outlet in the field of population economics. Many views on the Journal by Nobel Laureates and leading academics fro
The issue also contains fascinating articles reflecting the breadth and originality of research in population economics. It will be freely accessible until 15 December 2016. Issue 1/2017 marks an important landmark for the Journal of Population Economics. The Journal enters its 30th