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  1. Debt Ratios and Government Ideology in the Countries of the EU-28 in 2013

    The figure shows the debt-to-GDP ratios in the countries of the European Union in 2013. Conservative governments are classified as “right-wing”, socialist or social-democratic governments are classified as “left-wing” and governments consisting of a center party or a coalition of right- and leftwing parties are classified as “center”. The debt-to-GDP Details

  2. Number of Demand-oriented Minority Votes of the Insitutes

    A minority vote in the Joint Economic Forecast can be classified as demand-oriented if it favors a larger size and scope of government, higher wages, lower interest rates, or more fiscal stimulus. The German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) and the Halle Institute for Economic Research submitted nearly all demand-oriented Details

  3. Social Equity (Weighted) and Globalisation

    To illustrate the association of globalization and social justice, we present correlations of social justice with globalization. We relate the indicator for social justice, which is based on data for 2008 to 2010, to average globalization in the period from 1991 to 2007. Globalization was positively correlated with social justice Details

  4. Members of the Bavarian Parliament that Employ Relatives

    The Figure shows the shares of the parties’ MPs that employed relatives. The share of CSU MPs that hired relatives (44%) is higher than the share of SPD MPs that hired relatives (29%). The share of the Green MPs that hired relatives is substantially smaller (8%). Details

  5. Accumulated Number of Minority Votes

    Over the period 1950-2014, the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) submitted many more minority votes in the Joint Economic Forecast than the other participating German economic research institutes. Details

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