Our Projects

10.2015 ‐ 03.2016

Improved Evidence-based Policy Making - GIZ Tadschikistan

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Dr Katja Heinisch

03.2017 ‐ 11.2017

Improvement of the regional economic structure (GRW) in Thuringia for the period 2011-2016

Thüringer Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Digitale Gesellschaft

Professor Dr Steffen Müller

07.2014 ‐ 09.2017

Inter-communal cooperation: An approach to secure sustainable municipal development and the provision of public services?

Professor Dr Martin T. W. Rosenfeld

01.2015 ‐ 12.2019

Interactions between Bank-specific Risk and Macroeconomic Performance

German Research Foundation (DFG)

Professor Dr Felix Noth

01.2018 ‐ 12.2018

International Monetary Policy Transmission

Deutsche Bundesbank

Professor Dr Gregor von Schweinitz

07.2013 ‐ 06.2016

Joint Economic Forecast

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWI)

The joint economic forecast is an instrument for evaluating the overall economic situation and development in Germany, the euro area and the rest of the world. For this purpose, forecasts of economic activity are generated for the global economy and its major regions. Economic policy recommendations are derived from these forecasts for the euro area and the German economy. The objective of the joint diagnosis, which is commissioned by the Federal Finance Ministry, is to produce a uniform evaluation by all participating institutes. The results are published twice a year as spring and fall forecasts.

Professor Dr Oliver Holtemöller

07.2016 ‐ 06.2022

Joint Economic Forecast

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWI)

The joint economic forecast is an instrument for evaluating the overall economic situation and development in Germany, the euro area and the rest of the world. For this purpose, forecasts of economic activity are generated for the global economy and its major regions. Economic policy recommendations are derived from these forecasts for the euro area and the German economy. The objective of the joint diagnosis, which is commissioned by the Federal Finance Ministry, is to produce a uniform evaluation by all participating institutes. The results are published twice a year as spring and fall forecasts.

Professor Dr Oliver Holtemöller

01.2017 ‐

Leibniz Research Alliance “Crises in a Globalised World”

Leibniz Association

Crises are a constant companion of nearly every human society, be they of an economic, social, political or ecological nature. Globalisation, however, has given crises a new quality: they effortlessly cross national borders, are interwoven in a complex web, and require parallel and concerted action. In the research network on Crises in a Globalised World, 19 Leibniz institutions join forces to enhance their understanding of the mechanisms of crises and their interdependencies.

21st century societies often face multiple and varied crises simultaneously. One crisis seems to follow, or even to trigger or reinforce, the next. Even though the causes of crises can creep up on a society, they often descend on them with massive momentum and devastating consequences.

Professor Dr Oliver Holtemöller

02.2016 ‐ 04.2016

Macroeconomic Reforms and Green Growth - Assessment of economic modelling capacity in Vietnam

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Dr Katja Heinisch

01.2012 ‐ 12.2015

Market Structure in Banking and Macroeconomic Stability

German Research Foundation (DFG)

Professor Lena Tonzer, PhD
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