16.06.2020 • 9/2020
The economy adapts to the pandemic
In the first half of 2020, the pandemic has exacted a heavy toll on the German economy, causing a slump in production that will not be fully recovered within the next year. According to IWH summer economic forecast, gross domestic product is expected to contract by 5.1% in 2020 and to increase by 3.2% in 2021. The decline in production in Eastern Germany is likely to be less pronounced compared to Germany as a whole and estimated at 3.2% in 2020.
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Establishing Evidence-based Evaluation Methods for Subsidy Programmes in Germany (EVA-KULT)
EVA-KULT Establishing Evidence-based Evaluation Methods for Subsidy Programmes in...
Joint Economic Forecast
Joint Economic Forecast The joint economic forecast is an instrument for evaluating...
The Political Economy of the European Banking Union
The Political Economy of the European Banking Union ...
IWH Doctoral Programme in Economics
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Financial Systems: The Anatomy of the Market Economy How the financial system is...
The maths behind gut decisions First carefully weigh up the costs and benefits and then make a rational...
05.06.2020 • 8/2020
IWH Bankruptcy Update: Increase in large firm bankruptcies
With overall corporate bankruptcies remaining constant, ever more employees are subject to employer bankruptcy in Germany. This is the latest insight from the IWH Bankruptcy Update provided monthly by the Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH).
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IWH-Transfertagung „Europas Finanzmarkt: Zwangsehe oder lose Bekanntschaft?“
Wirtschaft im Wandel,
Ein Jahrzehnt nach der weltweiten Finanzkrise steht das Finanzsystem noch immer vor enormen Herausforderungen. Wie diese in Europa gemeistert werden können, war Thema einer hochkarätig besetzten Tagung, die am 26. Februar 2020 am Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH) stattfand.
Centre for Evidence-based Policy Advice
Centre for Evidence-based Policy Advice (IWH-CEP) ...