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  • Infographic

    Energy prices fall when key interest rates increase

    27.02.2023
  • Infographic

    US companies with difficulties fulfilling the local content requirements

    10.02.2023
  • Research Project

    Study on the impact of State aid rules for banks in difficulty

    The study will provide a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the impact of the State aid rules for banks, which will serve as evidence for the evaluation of the State aid rules applicable to banks in difficulty since their entry into force in end-2008.

    Completed Project| Firms and Markets
  • DIW Weekly Report 22 / 2023

    The New European Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

    In October 2023, the EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), a part of the reform of the European Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), will come into effect. Currently, energy-intensive industries do not need to purchase all of the necessary EU ETS allowances on the market to remain globally competitive, as the remaining allowances are freely allocated to them. The CBAM plans to gradually replace ...

    2023| Robin Sogalla
  • Diskussionspapiere 2039 / 2023

    VAT Pass-Through and Competition: Evidence from the Greek Islands

    We examine how competition affects VAT pass-through in isolated oligopolistic markets as defined by the Greek islands. Using daily gasoline prices and a difference-in-differences methodology, we investigate how changes in VAT rates are passed through to consumers in islands with different market structure. We show that pass-through increases with competition, going from 50% in monopoly to around 80% ...

    2023| Lydia Dimitrakopoulou, Christos Genakos, Themistoklis Kampouris, Stella Papadokonstantaki
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Trade Liberalization along the Firm Size Distribution: The Case of the EU-South Korea FTA

    Leading theories suggest that amongst continuing exporters, lower variable trade costs should boost exports of smaller firms by the same or greater percentage rate than larger firms. However, investigating the impact of the deep EU-South Korea FTA with French customs data, we find robust evidence to the contrary. Applying a triple-difference framework, we report that the FTA increased sales in the ...

    In: Review of International Economics 31 (2023), 5, S. 1751-1792 | Sonali Chowdhry, Gabriel Felbermayr
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Selective Bond Purchases – May the ECB Chose Winners and Losers?

    The European Central Bank (ECB) is currently facing major challenges. Fragmentation of government bond yields across Member States of the European Economic and Monetary Union, based on different economic and fiscal policies, hampers a uniform transmission of monetary policy. At the same time, climate-related financial risks need to be addressed. In recent years, the ECB is meeting these challenges ...

    In: The Economists' Voice 20 (2023), 1, S. 111-118 | Kerstin Bernoth, Sara Dietz
  • Other refereed essays

    Digitalisation and Modernity of Capital Stock in Europe

    In: Intereconomics 58 (2023), 5, S. 260-266 | Heike Belitz, Martin Gornig
  • Diskussionspapiere 2053 / 2023

    The Role of Regulation and Regional Government Quality for High Growth Firms: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    High growth firms (HGFs) are important for job creation and considered to be precursors of economic growth. We investigate how product- and labor-market regulations, as well as the quality of regional governments that implement these regulations, affect HGF development across European regions. Using data from Eurostat, OECD, WEF, and Gothenburg University, we show that both regulatory stringency and ...

    2023| Sara Amoroso, Benedikt Herrmann, Alexander S. Kritikos
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The Inequity Z: Income Fairness Perceptions in Europe across the Income Distribution

    Using data from the European Social Survey, we examine income fairness evaluations of 17,605 respondents from 28 countries. Respondents evaluated the fairness of their own incomes as well as the fairness of the incomes of the top and bottom income deciles in their countries. Depicted on a single graph, these income fairness evaluations take on a Z-shaped form, which we call the "inequity Z". The inequity ...

    In: Socius (2023), 9, S. 1-3 | Fabian Kalleitner, Sandra Bohmann
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