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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of February 2017

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.

 

Blog Post

How Will Trump's Policy Choices Affect Europe's Economy?

Since his inauguration on January 20th, 2017, US President Donald Trump has been busy implementing some major campaign promises. Notably he has officially declared the United States’ withdrawal from TPP, signed an order to build “the wall” and, for a time period of about a week before it was suspended by court, introduced a temporary ban on immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. Still, with regards to Trump’s foreign economic policy, there is still a lot of uncertainty as to where his administration is heading. As things stand at the moment, there are three aspects that are particularly relevant for economic development in Germany and Europe. read more

 

Blog Post

Presidential Powers and International Trade: How Far Can Trump Go?

Just a signature under an executive order.

Many were struck by the ease by which the new US President could just undo several years of hard negotiation and knock-out one of the potentially biggest free trade agreements in history, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), from coming into existence. Keeping this in mind, it seems worthwhile to take a closer look at what powers on trade the President actually has – and at the checks and balances in place. read more

 

Video

The Future of Brexit

What will Brexit mean economically for the parties involved, how can the political difficulties of the divorce process be managed best and what could a potential future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union look like? For those of you who couldn’t attend our panel event on Brexit personally, we now have a complete video version of the highlevel debate. read more

 

Video

What Do the Experts Think about Brexit?

We asked three influential experts from three different countries three questions, what Brexit means from their perspective. Watch what they have to say here! read more

 

Video

GED Webinar: Turkey at the Crossroads

In our last webinar we looked at Turkey, a country in turbulence. How do current events in the Middle East and Europe affect Turkey’s economy? What is the importance of Turkish-EU trade, and how can ties be deepened? And how has Turkish growth changed over the Erdogan years? Are current strategies sustainable? Watch the recording from our webinar to get the answers! read more

 

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