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Press releases, 12 Dec 2018

According to DIW Berlin estimations, the German economy will continue to grow noticeably over the next two years. However, the economic boom is over as economic momentum is likely to cool off. DIW Berlin thus confirms its estimations from the late summer that the growth rate of the German economy is ... more

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Weekly Report, 11 Dec 2018

By Dominik Meyland and Dorothea Schäfer The current banking regulatory framework assigns EU government bonds a risk weight of zero. Since the European debt crisis, there has been increasing controversy over eliminating this equity capital privilege, which is viewed as contributing to the close ... more

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Statement from Marcel Fratzscher, 04 Dec 2018

The euro area reform deal is a disappointing compromise. It does not advance Europe; rather, this deal reveals that apparently, another serious crisis must occur before governments will abandon their national egotisms. The lowest common denominator in the negotiations was so low that little is ... more

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Weekly Report, 03 Dec 2018

By Pio Baake, Jana Friedrichsen, and Helene Naegele Fairtrade certification is intended to improve both the income and living conditions of producers, thereby creating more fairness in international trade. However, theoretical considerations and empirical studies show that this goal is only ... more

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Reports, 20 Nov 2018

On November 19 Margrethe Vestager was the speaker at the 5th DIW Europe Lecture. Margarethe Vestager is EU Commissioner for Competition and gave her lecture on “How Europe can cooperate to compete”. You may find a review of the event here The DIW Europe Lecture is a lecture series by ... more

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