- DIW DC Six Years of Service Report
- DIWDC's Executive Director, Dr. Amelie Constant, Editor of the New IZA Journal of Migration
- June 03-04, 2012: 9th IZA Annual Migration Meeting AM², Bonn, Germany
- April 27-29, 2012: 4th Annual Meeting on the Economics of Risky Behaviors, Istanbul, Turkey
- 4th Annual German Day on Development with the World Bank
- Amelie Constant is the Program Director of Migration at IZA
- Migration Scholars Receive the Prestigious IZA Prize in Labor Economics for 2011 in Oslo, Norway
- Dr. Amelie F. Constant ranks among Top 200 Young Economists in the World
- Dr. Amelie F. Constant ranks among Top 10% authors in the field of Economics of Human Migration
- May 12-15, 2011: 8th IZA Annual Migration Meeting and 3rd Migration Topic Week
- April 15-17, 2011: Third Annual Meeting on the Economics of Risky Behaviors, Bonn, Germany
- DIWDC board member wins the 2010 Nobel
- China's Education Policy Paper Now Available Online!
- DIWDC's First "Economics Seminar Series" is underway!
- November 8-10 2010: "Innovation: A Scientific and Policy Conference": Location to be Announced
- November 5, 2010: "InfraDay" Location to be Announced
- November 3, 2010: "German Day on Development" The World Bank, Washington, DC
- March 19-21, 2010: Second Annual Meeting on the Economics of Risky Behaviors, Atlanta, GA
- November 2009: Infraday Conference, Washington, DC
- October 23-24, 2009: Frontiers in Economics and Happiness Conference, Washington, DC
- October 22, 2009: IZA Prize Ceremony & Banquet, Washington, DC
- October 22, 2009: IZA Policy Meeting, Washington, DC
- October 21, 2009: German Day on Development, Washington, DC
- October 2-3, 2009: Fifth Annual Conference on Labor Market Policy Evaluation, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
- Google Econometrics and Unemployment Forecasting
- Solving the Global Credit Crisis
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