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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of October 2018

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

Time for New Allies? The EU Should Push EU Asia Economic Relations

Rising protectionism worldwide and, more specifically, the political antics of U.S. President Donald Trump, have given strong momentum to what some observers have already called “Europe’s Asia Pivot”. The coming Brexit means that the European Union is also facing an at least partial economic disintegration. Against this backdrop it is all the more important for the EU to find new partners and to strengthen or reorient relations with old partners, like Asia. read more

 

Blog Post

Economic Development in Africa

Africa is one of the poorest regions in the world. But with the fastest growing population in the world, and the availability of natural resources African nations can capitalize on this opportunity for growth.

Learn in this post how Africa’s economies can profit from demographic change. read more

 

Blog Post

German Key Industries in a Global Value Chains Network

In our mini-series on Global Value Chains (GVCs) we look how three German key industries – motor vehicles, chemicals and machinery – are part of complex international production networks. It shows to what degree Germany is embedded in a network of international partners in which everyone specializes on what they are doing best. This week: how Germany’s key industries are linked to the world. read more

 

Blog Post

Are the G7 Countries no longer Germany's Top Trading Partners ?

Today we are looking at Germany’s trade partners. In our mini-series on Global Value Chains (GVCs) we look at how three German key industries – motor vehicles, chemicals and machinery  – are part of complex international production networks. Economist sometimes call this the ‘second wave of global unbundling’. In this series we analyze this fragmentation of production for three key German industries: machinery and equipment, chemicals, and motor vehicles. read more

 

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Andreas Esche

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