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CESifo Group Munich

The CESifo Group, consisting of the Center for Economic Studies (CES), the Ifo Institute and the CESifo GmbH (Munich Society for the Promotion of Economic Research) is a research group unique in Europe in the area of economic research. read on CESifo Group Munich

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  1. Capital Flight from Greece Accelerates Dramatically

    teaserImage Capital flight from Greece accelerated dramatically in January. Last month Greece’s Central Bank asked the other central banks in the Eurozone, as well as the ECB head office, to fill foreign bank accounts with a net sum of almost 27 billion euros. The Eurosystem thus effectively granted Greece over a billion euros per working day in additional overdraft credit. This was revealed by the latest figures released by the Greek central bank. Details

  2. Credit Constraints Hit Historic Low Once Again

    teaserImage Credit constraints for German companies fell to 16.2 percent in February from 17.1 percent last month, taking them 0.9 percentage points below the historic low reached in January. The flood of money expected from the European Central Bank seems to be encouraging banks to further ease their already loose credit constraints. Details

  3. Europe in Crisis

    teaserImage What can be done in Europe to achieve an upwards revision in EU growth forecasts and to restore Europe’s competitiveness? This issue is discussed in ifo Schnelldienst 4/2015 by Werner Hoyer, President of the European Investment Bank, and Dirk Niepelt, Studienzentrum Gerzensee and University of Bern. Details

  4. German Manufacturing: Willingness to Invest Rises

    teaserImage German manufacturers invested around 55 billion euros in new fixed assets, according to the results of the latest Ifo Investment Survey. This figure was only 3% higher than the previous year’s level. The real increase was of around the same magnitude due to the relatively stable price of capital goods in 2014. Original investment plans featured a 9% increase. Details

  5. Ifo Business Climate Index for Eastern German Länder Remains on the Rise

    teaserImage The Ifo Business Climate for the Eastern German Länder improved for the third month in succession. The satisfaction of Eastern German companies with their current business situation rose markedly this month. Survey participants in Eastern Germany are also no longer as pessimistic about future business developments as previously. The pace of positive developments in the Eastern German economy picked up. Details

  1. Credit Constraint Indicator - From the Ifo Business Survey for February 2015

    Credit Constraints Hit Historic Low Once Again

    Feb 27, 2015: Credit constraints for German companies fell to 16.2 percent in February from 17.1 percent last month, taking them 0.9 percentage points below the historic low reached in January. The flood of money expected from the European Central Bank seems to be encouraging banks to further ease their already loose credit constraints. Details

  2. Results of the Ifo Investment Survey for German manufacturing in Fall 2014

    German Manufacturing: Willingness to Invest Rises

    Feb 26, 2015: German manufacturers invested around 55 billion euros in new fixed assets, according to the results of the latest Ifo Investment Survey. This figure was only 3% higher than the previous year’s level. The real increase was of around the same magnitude due to the relatively stable price of capital goods in 2014. Original investment plans featured a 9% increase. Details

  3. Results of the Ifo Business Survey for February 2015

    Ifo Business Climate Index for Eastern German Länder Remains on the Rise

    Feb 26, 2015: The Ifo Business Climate for the Eastern German Länder improved for the third month in succession. The satisfaction of Eastern German companies with their current business situation rose markedly this month. Survey participants in Eastern Germany are also no longer as pessimistic about future business developments as previously. The pace of positive developments in the Eastern German economy picked up. Details

  4. Ifo Employment Barometer - Results of the Ifo Business Survey for February 2015

    German Firms Recruit Fewer Staff

    Feb 25, 2015: German firms proved slightly less willing to recruit new staff this month. The Ifo Employment Barometer fell to 106.8 index points in February from 108.1 index points in January. There were setbacks in the service sector and a growing number of bright spots in manufacturing. Details

  5. Results of the February 2015 Ifo Business Survey

    German Service Sector: Ifo Business Climate Indicator for the Service Sector Falls

    Feb 23, 2015: The Ifo Business Climate Indicator for the German service sector fell to 22.7 balance points in February, from 24.6 points last month. Service providers were clearly less satisfied with their current business situation, but expressed greater optimism about future business. Firms still plan to recruit additional staff, although to a lesser extent than in January. Details

  6. Results of the February 2015 Ifo Business Survey

    Ifo Business Climate Index Edges Upwards

    Feb 23, 2015: The Ifo Business Climate Index for industry and trade in Germany rose to 106.8 points in February from 106.7 points last month. Satisfaction with the current business situation decreased somewhat, but companies expressed greater confidence in future business developments. The German economy is proving robust in the face of geopolitical uncertainty. Details

  7. Regional evaluation for Saxony of the Ifo Business Survey in January 2015

    Saxony’s Economy Makes a Dynamic Start to 2015

    Feb 13, 2015: The Ifo Business Climate Index for German trade and industry rose to 106.7 points in January from 105.5 points in the previous month. The Saxon climate indicator also showed a similarly sharp increase; while the improvement in the Eastern German business climate, by contrast, was more moderate. Saxon survey participants assessed their current business as significantly better than last month. There was no change in the overall six-month business outlook. The Saxon economy entered the New Year still riding on the back of the recent upswing seen in the fourth quarter of 2014. Details

  8. Results of the Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) of 1st quarter 2015 (12 February 2015)

    Ifo World Economic Climate Remains Almost Unchanged

    Feb 12, 2015: The Ifo Index for the world economy edged upwards to 95.9 points after tumbling to 95.0 points last quarter. The improvement in the world economic climate was entirely due to slightly more positive economic expectations. Assessments of the current economic situation remained at last quarter’s level. Overall, the world economy showed little dynamism, but there are significant regional differences. Details

  9. Advance results of the Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) of 1st quarter 2015 (05 February 2015)

    Ifo Economic Climate in the Euro Area Brightens

    Feb 5, 2015: The Ifo Index for the economic climate in the euro area rose to 112.7 points in the first quarter from 102.3 points last quarter. It is now above its long-term average of 106.1 points. Assessments of both the current economic situation and of the six-month economic outlook brightened. There are signs of an economic recovery in the euro area. Experts expect to see a price increase of 0.7% in 2015 and an annual inflation rate of around 1.6% over the next three to five years. Details

  10. Ifo Export Climate for December 2014

    Corporate Confidence in the USA Constrains Ifo Export Climate

    Feb 4, 2015: The Ifo Export Climate fell to 0.23 index points in December, from 0.37 points in the previous month. Corporate and consumer confidence abroad dropped compared to last month. Germany’s price competitiveness had a slightly constraining effect on the export climate, which deteriorated somewhat in December, after improving for seven consecutive months. Details

The German Problem and the European Question: Lessons from History

The German Problem and the European Question: Lessons from History

Munich Seminar on 23 February 2015 with Prof. Brendan Simms, Professor in the History of International Relations at the University of Cambridge read on The German Problem and the European Question: Lessons from History

Next Events

  1. CESifo Area Conference on Applied Microeconomics

    • 06.03.2015, 09:00 AM - 07.03.2015, 05:00 PM
    • CESifo Area Conference
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    The purpose of the conference is to bring together CESifo members to present and discuss their ongoing research, and to stimulate interaction and co-operation between them. All CESifo research network members are invited to submit their papers, which may deal with any topic within the broad domain of Applied Microeconomics (industrial organisation, experimental and behavioural economics, market regulation, banking and finance, auctions). The keynote lecture will be delivered by Thomas Mariotti from the Toulouse School of Economics.

  2. 5. Workshop 'Arbeitsmarkt und Sozialpolitik'

    • 19.03.2015, 12:00 AM - 20.03.2015, 12:00 AM
    • Ifo Workshop
    • Ifo Institute, Dresden Branch

    Der zweitägige Workshop wird gemeinsam von der Dresdner Niederlassung des ifo Instituts und der Technischen Universität Dresden organisiert. Er soll ein Forum für aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse aus den Bereichen Arbeitsmarkt und Sozialpolitik bieten und gleichzeitig zur besseren Vernetzung von Nachwuchswissenschaftlern beitragen. Willkommen sind Vortragsangebote sowohl mit theoretischer als auch mit empirischer Ausrichtung aus allen Teilgebieten der Arbeitsmarktforschung und Sozialpolitik. Details

  3. Topics in International Trade

    • 14.04.2015, 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
    • CES Lecture
    • Dennis Novy, University of Warwick
    • Schackstr. 4/II, seminar room (207)

    Part I

  4. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 14.04.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Efraim Benmelech, Northwestern University
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

  5. Wirtschaftspolitik aus dem Labor: Warum wir Staatsverschuldung zustimmen, Steuern nicht richtig wahrnehmen und falsche Klimaverhandlungen führen

    • 15.04.2015, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM
    • Dresdner Vorträge zur Wirtschaftspolitik
    • Prof. Dr. Joachim Weimann, Professor für Volkswirtschaftslehre an der Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
    • ifo Niederlassung Dresden, Einsteinstraße 3, Dresden

  6. Topics in International Trade

    • 16.04.2015, 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
    • CES Lecture
    • Dennis Novy, University of Warwick
    • Schackstr. 4/II, seminar room (207)

    Part II

  7. CESifo Area Conference on Public Sector Economics

    • 16.04.2015, 12:00 PM - 18.04.2015, 06:00 PM
    • CESifo Conference
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    The conference is intended to give an overview of the current research undertaken by members of the Public Sector Economics area of the network and to stimulate interaction and co-operation between area members. All CESifo research network members are invited to submit their papers which may deal with any topic in Public Economics. Please note that Area Conferences are open to CESifo Network Members only.

  8. Topics in International Trade

    • 21.04.2015, 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
    • CES Lecture
    • Dennis Novy, University of Warwick
    • Schackstr. 4/II, seminar room (207)

    Part III

  9. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 21.04.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Ariel Rubinstein, NY
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

  10. Neues aus dem EBDC

    • 22.04.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Heike Mittelmeier
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  11. Dresdner Vorträge zur Wirtschaftspolitik

    • 27.04.2015, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM
    • Dresdner Vorträge zur Wirtschaftspolitik
    • Prof. Dr. Steffen Müller, Leiter Abteilung Strukturökonomik, Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH)
    • ifo Niederlassung Dresden, Einsteinstraße 3, Dresden

  12. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 28.04.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Tore Ellingsen, Stockholm School of Economics
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 29.04.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Inga Heiland
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  14. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 05.05.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Jean-Charles Rochet, University of Zurich
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

  15. Ifo Workshop: Public Opinion and the Political Economy of Education

    • 08.05.2015, 07:00 PM - 09.05.2015, 05:00 PM
    • Ifo Workshop
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    Education policies may diverge from empirical insight because political actors are responsive to the opinions of voters and interest groups. The workshop, jointly organized by the Ifo Institute and the Program on Education Policy and Governance at Harvard University, aims to create a better grasp of the heterogeneity in and the formation of the electorate’s opinions on education policy. It provides a forum to discuss the role of public opinion in the political economy of education. Details

  16. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 12.05.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Richard Holden, UNSW Business School, Sydney
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

  17. CESifo Area Conference on Employment and Social Protection

    • 15.05.2015, 09:00 AM - 16.05.2015, 05:00 PM
    • CESifo Area Conference
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    The conference topics "Employment" and "Social Protection" are broadly defined. The former including, in particular, issues of the organisation of labour. The latter domain, in turn, includes not only governmental institutions of the welfare state, but also other non-governmental institutions of the welfare society such as family, or charities and informal networks, social norms and altruistic behaviour. The keynote Lecture will be deliverd by Matthias Sutter (University of Cologne and University of Innsbruck).

  18. CESifo-Delphi Conference: Current Account Adjustments

    • 15.05.2015, 09:00 AM - 16.05.2015, 05:00 PM
    • CESifo Conference
    • Athens, Greece

    On 15-16 May 2015 CESifo and the Department of International and European Economic Studies (DIEES) of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) will organise a conference on "Current Account Adjustmetns". The conference will take place in Athens. The organisers invite the submission of papers or extended abstracts (300-500 words). Please refer to the call for papers for further details.

  19. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 19.05.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • REStud Tour
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 20.05.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Waldemar Marz
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  21. CESifo Area Conference on Global Economy

    • 22.05.2015, 09:00 AM - 23.05.2015, 05:00 PM
    • CESifo Area Conference
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    CESifo will hold its annual meeting for the Global Economy research area, intended to allow presentation of current research undertaken by its members and to stimulate interaction and co-operation between area members. Papers can be on any topic under the Global Economy field, covering trade, international finance, migration, global environmental issues, and others. Papers will be discussed in seminar format. The keynote speeches will be delivered by Kala M. Krishna, Pennsylvania State University and Andrei A. Levchenko, University of Michigan.

  22. CEMIR Junior Economist Workshop on Migration Research

    • 29.05.2015, 09:00 AM - 30.05.2015, 05:00 PM
    • Ifo Workshop
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    The Ifo Center of Excellence for Migration and Integration Research (CEMIR) is organising a junior economist workshop on migration research to be held on 29 & 30 May 2015 at the Ifo Institute in Munich, Germany. The keynote lecture will be given by Matz Dahlberg, Uppsala University. Interested Ph.D. students, post docs and assistant professors in economics with a firm interest in the field of migration are invited to submit a research paper they would like to present (plus a CV) to nikolka@ifo.de by 31 March 2015. Decisions on acceptance are made by 15 April. The chair of the programme committee is Panu Poutvaara. There are no participation fees and travel expenses (economy) are covered. For further information on this workshop, please contact Till Nikolka (nikolka@ifo.de). Details

  23. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 02.06.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Michele Tertilt, University of Mannheim
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 03.06.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Thomas Triebs
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  25. Hans Möller 100 Jahre

    • 09.06.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

  26. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 16.06.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • James Malcomson, University of Oxford
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

  27. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 23.06.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, Princeton University
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 24.06.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Helmut Herwartz
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  29. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 30.06.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Roman Sheremeta, Case Western Reserve University
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 01.07.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Jens Ruhose
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  31. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 07.07.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Raquel Fernandez, NYU
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 08.07.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Michele Battisti
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  33. Hans Möller Seminar

    • 14.07.2015, 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
    • Hans Möller Seminar
    • Simon Board, UCLA
    • International Economics, Ludwigstr. 28/II, Library (room 221)

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    • 15.07.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Björn Kauder
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  35. Venice Summer Institute 2015: International Currency Exposure

    • 20.07.2015, 09:00 AM - 21.07.2015, 02:00 PM
    • Venice Summer Institute
    • San Servolo, Venice, Italy

    The foreign currency denomination of individual transactions often adds up to significant currency exposure at the country level and has important economic and policy implications. For instance, the prominence of US dollar pricing in the global market both reflects and enhances the global currency status of the US dollar, and is an important element of the international monetary architecture. Details

  36. Venice Summer Institute 2015: The World Trade Organization and Economic Development

    • 20.07.2015, 09:00 AM - 21.07.2015, 02:00 PM
    • Venice Summer Institute
    • San Servolo, Venice, Italy

    The original intention behind the ‘Doha Round’ of the World Trade Organization (WTO) was to promote the integration of developing countries into the world trading system. The collapse of the round in 2008 led to pessimism over whether the pursuit of such a ‘development-based’ agenda is even possible. And yet a number of scholars have continued to explore the scope for progress to be made at the WTO on development-related issues. The aim of this workshop is to bring together people working on this topic to interact on the progress that has been made in the various areas being explored. Details

  37. Venice Summer Institute 2015: New Developments in Global Sourcing

    • 22.07.2015, 09:00 AM - 23.07.2015, 02:00 PM
    • Venice Summer Institute
    • San Servolo, Venice, Italy

    Over the past two decades, technological advances have facilitated an increasing international fragmentation of production processes. The academic literature has proposed several explanatory paradigms for this new form of trade. Some of these follow the lines of comparative advantage, while others focus on channels having to do with fair-wage concerns, economies of scale, and efficient formation of production teams. Details

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    • 22.07.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Bastian Schulz
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  39. Venice Summer Institute 2015: Rethinking the Need for a Fiscal Union in the Eurozone

    • 24.07.2015, 09:00 AM - 25.07.2015, 05:00 PM
    • Venice Summer Institute
    • San Servolo, Venice, Italy

    Many voices in academia and the policy arena call for a fiscal union to complement the current design of the Economic and Monetary Union in Europe. Concrete suggestions towards fiscal unification range from the mutualisation of public debt to setting up an area-wide tax-transfer system. However, there are also sceptical views about the need and/or the effectiveness of deeper fiscal integration in the Eurozone. A number of years after the onset of the financial and economic crisis in Europe, and the institutional changes in response to the crisis, the objective of this workshop is to rethink the current fiscal architecture and explore the pros and cons of potential steps towards deeper fiscal integration in the Eurozone. Details

  40. Venice Summer Institute 2015: The Economics of Entrepreneurship: Bringing Entrepreneurship Back into Economics

    • 24.07.2015, 09:00 AM - 25.07.2015, 05:00 PM
    • Venice Summer Institute
    • San Servolo, Venice, Italy

    Since the writings of Marshall (1890) and Schumpeter (1921), entrepreneurial activities are universally considered a crucial ‘ingredient’ in promoting and sustaining economic growth. Under this notion, entrepreneurs are considered critical economic agents who turn ideas into valuable businesses. As the world economy becomes more globalised yet more agglomerated, fostering entrepreneurial talent has become ever more important: dense local clusters of entrepreneurship are the real powerhouses of modern economies, capable of leveraging local knowledge spillovers and agglomeration forces to produce the ‘Next Big Thing’ and endow it with global reach. Despite its crucial importance to economic policymaking and a deeper understanding of the functioning of economic activities, not enough is known about what makes an entrepreneur, what role entrepreneurs play in fostering agglomeration and urban economies, and what policies are needed to successfully breed and promote entrepreneurial success. Details

  41. CEPAR & CESifo Workshops: Pension Taxation, Population Ageing, and Globalisation (Part 2, Munich)

    • 03.09.2015, 09:00 AM - 04.09.2015, 05:00 PM
    • CESifo Conference
    • CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstrasse 5, 81679 Munich

    This conference will take the form of two inter-related and sequential workshops on Pension Taxation, Population Ageing, and Globalisation, organised jointly by CEPAR and CESifo. The first workshop will be a 2-day event in Sydney on November 17-18 2014, at which first drafts of selected papers will be presented and the Australian perspective will get more attention. A second 2-day workshop will take place in Munich on September 3-4, 2015, where revised and further papers with a European/international perspective will be presented. Please refer to the call for papers for further details. Details

  42. The Impact of the Shale Oil Revolution on U.S. Oil and Gasoline Prices

    • 30.09.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Lutz Kilian
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  43. Trade & Investment in Africa

    • 07.10.2015, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    • Ifo Lunchtime Seminar
    • Andreas Freytag
    • Ifo Institute, Ludwig Erhard Hall, Poschingerstr. 5, Munich

  44. Munich Lectures in Economics 2015, Part I

    • 17.11.2015, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
    • Munich Lectures in Economics
    • Daron Acemoglu, MIT Economics
    • LMU, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, Grosse Aula

    Prizegiving Distinguished CES Fellow and first lectureNote: There will be no CES certificate issued for the ML

  45. Munich Lectures in Economics 2015, Part II

    • 18.11.2015, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
    • Munich Lectures in Economics
    • Daron Acemoglu, MIT Economics
    • LMU, CES, Schackstr. 4 / II, seminar room (207)

  46. Munich Lectures in Economics 2015, Part III

    • 19.11.2015, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
    • Munich Lectures in Economics
    • Daron Acemoglu, MIT Economics
    • LMU, CES, Schackstr. 4 / II, seminar room (207)

Just released

  1. Cover Image Sinn, Hans-Werner, The Euro Trap. On Bursting Bubbles, Budgets, and Beliefs, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014, 416 , Information | Details

  2. Cover Image Sinn, Hans-Werner, Gefangen im Euro, Redline Verlag, München, 2014, 224 , Information | Details

Journals

  1. Cover Image "ifo Schnelldienst 04/2015", ifo Institut, München, 2015, 03-51 | Details

  2. Cover Image Bertola, Giuseppe, John Driffill, Harold James, Hans-Werner Sinn, Jan-Egbert Sturm and Ákos Valentinyi, "The EEAG Report on the European Economy 2015: Blurring the borders", CESifo Group Munich, Munich, 2015, 1-108, Foreword | Recommendations | Summary | Details | PDF Download

  3. Cover Image "CESifo World Economic Survey February 2015", Ifo Institute, Munich, 2015 | Details | PDF Download

  4. Cover Image "ifo Dresden berichtet 1/2015", ifo Institut, Dresden, 2015 | Details | PDF Download

  5. Cover Image "ifo Schnelldienst 03/2015", ifo Institut, München, 2015 | Details

  6. Cover Image "ifo-GfK-Konsumreport 01/2015", ifo Institut; GfK Marktforschung, München; Nürnberg, 2015 | Details | PDF Download

Working Paper

  1. Cover Image Kauder, Björn and Niklas Potrafke, "Globalization and Social Justice in OECD Countries", CESifo Working Paper No. 5210, February 2015 | Details | PDF Download

  2. Cover Image Bartholomae, Florian W., Chang Woon Nam and Alina Schoenberg, "Urban Shrinkage in Eastern Germany", CESifo Working Paper No. 5200, February 2015 | Details | PDF Download