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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of June 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

What the General Election Means for Brexit

Winston Churchill once said about the American government, that they could be trusted to implement the right policies once they had exhausted every other possibility. The next months will show whether the aphorism also applies to the British government. read more

 

Blog Post

GED Explains: The German Export Surplus

Whether it’s Paris or Washington, the economic policy consensus with regard to German exports is always the same: Germany exports too much and does not consume enough. This leads to imbalances that cost low-exporting trade partners dearly. Is there any truth to these accusations? read more

 

Infographic

Trade on Top of the Agenda: Indian Prime Minister Modi in Europe

With Indian President Modi's recent visit to Europe, hopes are high that the EU and India might resume negotiations on their pending free trade agreement. Our newest GED Infographic tells you all you need to know about a possible agreement. read more

 

Video

Webinar Recording – Who Benefits from an EU India Trade Deal?

Talks between India and the EU about a possible Free Trade Agreement (FTA) have been going on for some while now and have been anything but easy so far. The recording of our latest GED webinar tells you the economic effects such an agreement could potentially have. read more

 

Blog Post

Populist Economic Policy What Does It Mean for the Global Economy?

A populist economic policy aims to offer citizens a life beyond their current means. The costs of this short-term increase in prosperity are inflicted on future generations. This article describes what macroeconomic consequences can be expected if large industrial nations such as the US pursue this path in their economic policy. read more

 

Blog Post

GED Under the Radar – May Edition

In this edition of Under the Radar we look back at the month of May and recount those stories from all around the world that we felt were important that month but gained less popular media attention than they actually deserved. Under the radar in May: TTIP, the American job market and a potato chip crisis! read more

 

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