Climate change, dangerously high inequality, unstable financial markets and the looming crisis of globalization – all these challenges require fundamentally new answers — by Thomas Fricke and Simon Tilford.
A Forum New Economy Working Paper by Laurie Laybourn-Langton.
Narratives are still underrepresented in economic research. Robert Shiller wants that to change and points to the huge influences in economic developments fueled by narratives.
Should economies continue to grow in the face of rising environmental challenges and social costs? Michael Jacobs and Xhulia Likaj explored this question for our prosperity symposium.
Which indicators beyond GDP are suitable to guide policy makers towards a more socially inclusive economy which respects planetary boundaries? This was one of the central questions at our symposium on Prosperity in the 21st Century.
In a recent Project syndicate contribution, renowned economists share why a 'business as usual' approach to economic policy can no longer be an option.
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A new era of debt creation? - Short Cut Series on the Federal Election - The Forum Grows
In light of record levels of public debt, the question of how much debt is too much debt is on the table. Four economists have now discussed this question in a panel discussion.
We host workshops, seminars and expert meetings to promote exchange and discussion about the great challenges of our time. An overview of what's to come. +++ Federal Election Short Cuts, Book presentation Purpose and Profit +++
US president Joe Biden calls to build the US economy from the middle and bottom up – a clear opposition to tax cuts for corporations and the rich.
Economy beyond lobby clichés - Millionaires in favor of wealth taxes - New Forum Papers - Symposium on August 31
How do German companies view key campaign issues such as industrial and climate policy shortly before the election? Deutsche Bank surveyed 200 companies on this issue - with surprisingly heterogeneous results.
In view of high levels of Corona debt, dealing with the German debt brake has become one of the hotly debated election campaign issues. A new study shows what German fiscal policy beyond the current debt rules could look like.
The 2021 federal election is approaching - and with it the question what the future of the German model may look like. The VIII New Paradigm Workshop provided food for thought and an outline of possible answers, which SZ, Spiegel and co picked up on. An overview.
Gerhard Schick and Martin Hellwig presented their suggestion of a paradigm change in German financial supervision on the VIII. New Paradigm Workshop.
At the moment, there is much debate about the German debt brake. At the VIII. New Paradigm Workshop, Philippa Sigl-Glöckner and others discussed a proposal for a reform commissioned by the Forum New Economy.
Mark Blyth and Eric Lonergan have presented their Forum paper on how, in principle, rules could be established that would be better than debt targets that have dominated in recent decades, especially in Europe.