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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of November 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.

 

Study

Factory Europe

From design to marketing, through the assembly of different intermediate goods or the distribution, global value chains are a structural and vital part of the global trade market. We examine how the factory Europe ties into the rest of the world. read more

 

Blog Post

Separatism in Europe: A Lose-Lose Situation?

From an economic point of view, secessions would be a loss-making business for all of Europe, but above all for the regions that secede. read more

 

Event

GED at the WTO Public Forum

At the WTO Public Forum 2017, the GED team organized a panel on how improved institutional learning mechanisms could help the functioning of the WTO. read more

 

Blog Post

Welcome to Xi’s New Era!

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) held its 19th National Congress in Beijing from October 18-24, 2017. This seminal event has set the stage for the next five years of China’s political and economic development. And signs are strong that relations between China and Europe will get frostier. read more

 

Blog Post

Can the West Learn from East Asia?

Trade and economic cooperation always remain in the foreground of international relations as they have a direct and immediate influence on conduct of business in the bilateral and multilateral relations, and in the multilateral governance systems. read more

 

Blog Post

The Economics of Scarcity

Sometimes, stories of interest fall through the cracks of the mainstream attention. In GED Under the Radar, we bring you those stories. This time under the radar: Three current shortages the world is struggling with. read more

 

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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.

 

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Andreas Esche

Director, Program Megatrends

 

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