Introducing the Forum New Economy Working & Basic Paper Series

Since our launch in 2019 we published more than a dozen studies. The latest: how to finance the 2030-targets. An overview.

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In October 2019, Forum New Economy was launched in Berlin. Among the highlights of our opening events was the presentation of the first Forum New Economy Working Paper that became publicly available. Three years after the election of Donald Trump and the Brexit referendum, Robert Gold and Thiemo Fetzer presented recent insights and open questions on “What drives Populist Votes”.

Since then, Forum New Economy has released a dozen Working Papers and two Basic Papers, which are now archived and downloadable via IDEAS/RePEc. Check all publications in the FNE Working Paper Series and FNE Basic Paper series.

What is IDEAS/RePEc?

IDEAS is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available freely on the Internet. Based on RePEc, it indexes over 3,300,000 items of research, including over 3,100,000 that can be downloaded in full text.

RePEc is a large volunteer effort to enhance the free dissemination of research in Economics which includes bibliographic metadata from over 2,000 participating archives, including all the major publishers and research outlets. IDEAS is just one of several services that use RePEc data.

Of course, you will find all of the studies also on our website www.newforum.org. Here are all of them so far and counting:

 

Forum New Economy Working Paper Series

2021

          by Tom Krebs, Janek Steitz & Patrick Graichen

by Tom Krebs & Janek Steitz

2020

2019

 

Forum New Economy Basic Paper Series

2020

 

Previously released studies and papers by the Forum

 

         by Moritz Schularick and Kaspar Zimmermann

          by Sebastian Dullien

         by Laurie Laybourn-Langton and Michael Jacobs

          by Thomas Fricke

         by Marcel Fratzscher

         by Xavier Ragot

         by Ottmar Edenhofer et al.

        by Simon Tilford und Christian Odendahl.

       by Gustav A. Horn.

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