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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of April 2016

We help make complex economic dynamics transparent and understandable. The project examines the causes and effects of economic trends, as well as the connections linking one trend to another.

 

Study

Attitudes to global trade and TTIP in Germany and the USA

With negotiations on TTIP still ongoing and temperaments running hot over the issues involved, we asked the German and US people what exactly their thoughts were on TTIP and trade in general. All the results can be found in this new study.

For a short summary of the paper's main findings, click here to read the corresponding blogpost. read more

 

Webinar

GED BRIEFING! Join our online presentation on our recent TTIP study next Tuesday

PLEASE JOIN US on Tuesday, 26 April 2016 at 4-5pm CEST (Berlin), when Dr. Ulrich Schoof and Christian Bluth from the GED team will present the key findings of our new study on ATTITUDES TO GLOBAL TRADE AND TTIP IN GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES. The online session will provide a deeper insight and understanding of the current public perception of international trade in general and of TTIP in particular. Please register here …it’s free!

 

Blog Post & Video

Crossroads Conversations: Brazil Economist Arminio Fraga

Brazil's growth motor is broken, GED's own Sam George sits down with opposition economist Arminio Fraga to tackle the questions of where the country is going. read more

 

Blog Post & Video

Crossroads Conversations: Joaquim Levy Speaks

With the president of Brazil's fate now in the hands of a fickle senate, Sam George is meeting with former finance minister Joaquim Levi to speak about financial reform and the right path forward for his country. read more

 

Study

Effects of International Trade for the Manufacturing Sector

What impact do imports and exports have on national economies? How do nations and economies control economic and, thereby implied, social developments? In particular in times of almost unlimited globalization permanent changes regarding the trade balance are a decisive factor. With industrial nations on the one hand, and emerging and developing countries on the other the question is who benefits from and who suffers setbacks? Causes and interactions are seemingly as limitless as the world market. In order to take a look at the bigger picture detailed analyses allow shedding light on crucial aspects.

For a short summary of the paper's main findings, click here to read the corresponding blogpost. read more

 

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