VIII New Paradigm Workshop: 25. – 27. Mai 2021

Die Zukunft des deutschen Modells - Perspektiven für die nächste Bundesregierung

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Summary

Vom 25. bis 27. Mai findet unser achter New Paradigm Workshop ganz im Zeichen der Bundestagswahl statt. Hier finden Sie die aktuelle Agenda, alle Videos, Vorträge und Informationen zu den Speakern des Workshops.
CLICK HERE FOR THE AGENDA (PDF)

Agenda

  • May 25 14:00
    Reception & Introduction

    THOMAS FRICKE (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)
    Losing Merkel – A new paradigm for Germany’s next government?

    Update on the Forum New Economy

    V= attends workshop virtually

  • May 25 14:30
    Rising inequality in Germany – How to reverse the trend

    PRESENTATION: STEFAN BACH & MARKUS GRABKA (DIW BERLIN), MARC ADAM (Forum New Economy)

    DISCUSSANTS

    • CLARA MARTINEZ TOLEDANOV (COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL)
    • MARTIN BIEWENV (UNIVERSITY OF TÜBINGEN)
    • CHARLOTTE BARTELS (DIW BERLIN)

    MODERATION: THOMAS FRICKE (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 25 16:00
    BREAK
  • May 25 16:15
    Economics of populism – Bidenomics as a blueprint for winning back the left behind?

    PRESENTATION: ROBERT GOLD (KIEL INSTITUTE FOR THE WORLD ECONOMY)
    From a better understanding of the drivers of populism to a new political agenda

    DISCUSSANTS

    • CATHERINE FIESCHIV (COUNTERPOINT)
    • THOMAS FERGUSONV (INSTITUTE FOR NEW ECONOMIC THINKING)
    • DALIA MARINV (TU MUNICH)
    • THIEMO FETZERV (UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK)

    MODERATION: THOMAS FRICKE (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 25 17:30
    Capitalism under pressure – How to make globalization work for all

    KEYNOTES AND TALK: JOE KAESER (SIEMENS ENERGY AG) & DANI RODRIKV (HARVARD UNIVERSITY)

    MODERATION: NICOLA BRANDT (OECD BERLIN)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

Summary

Vom 25. bis 27. Mai findet unser achter New Paradigm Workshop ganz im Zeichen der Bundestagswahl statt. Hier finden Sie die aktuelle Agenda, alle Videos, Vorträge und Informationen zu den Speakern des Workshops.
CLICK HERE FOR THE AGENDA (PDF)

Agenda

  • May 26 9:00
    Financial fraud and supervision – Time for a new paradigm

    PRESENTATION: MARTIN HELLWIG (DIRECTOR (EM.) MPI FOR RESEARCH ON COLLECTIVE GOODS) & GERHARD SCHICK (BÜRGERBEWEGUNG FINANZWENDE)

    DISCUSSANTS

    • DANIELA GABOR (UWE BRISTOL)V
    • JÖRG KUKIESV (STATE SECRETARY, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE)

    MODERATION: OLAF STORBECKV (Financial Times)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 26 10:15
    Speed Dating: Covid-19 behavioral lessons

    NORA SZECHV (KIT KARLSRUHE) & THOMAS FRICKE (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)

  • May 26 10:45
    BREAK
  • May 26 11:00
    Climate Challenge – Will Germany manage the transition?

    PANEL

    • DANIEL KÜPPERV (BCG)
    • TOM KREBS (UNIVERSITY OF MANNHEIM)
    • LAURENCE TUBIANAV (EUROPEAN CLIMATE FOUNDATION)
    • FRIEDERIKE KÖHLER-GEIBV (KFW GROUP)
    • PATRICK GRAICHEN (AGORA ENERGIEWENDE)

    CHAIR: CARLO JAEGER (GLOBAL CLIMATE FORUM)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 26 12:30
    LUNCH BREAK
  • May 26 14:00
    Focus: Corona-debt management – Towards a new fiscal policy framing beyond Germany’s orthodoxy
  • May 26 14:00
    The Prudence Principle - A New Framework for Fiscal Policy

    PRESENTATION: MARK BLYTHV (BROWN UNIVERSITY) & ERIC LONERGANV (M&G INVESTMENTS)

    DISCUSSANTS

    • PETER BOFINGERV (UNIVERSITY OF WÜRZBURG)
    • VÉRONIQUE RICHES-FLORESV (BNP PARIBAS CARDIF)
    • JAKOB VON WEIZSÄCKERV (FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE)

    CHAIR: CHRISTIAN ODENDAHL (CER)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 26 15:00
    Beyond the debt brake? Alternatives to Germany's fiscal rule

    PANEL

    • PHILIPPA SIGL-GLÖCKNER (DEZERNAT ZUKUNFT) – A new fiscal policy for Germany
    • MONIKA SCHNITZERV (LMU MUNICH & GERMAN COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC EXPERTS)
    • MICHAEL HÜTHERV (GERMAN ECONOMIC INSTITUTE)
    • JENS SÜDEKUMV (UNIVERSITY OF DÜSSELDORF)
    • SHAHIN VALLEE (GERMAN COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS)

    CHAIR: NICOLA BRANDT (OECD BERLIN)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 26 16:30
    BREAK
  • May 26 16:45
    Eurozone: Austerity ahead - State of fiscal deficits and scenarios for major countries

    SEBASTIAN DULLIEN (IMK)

    Presentation Slides here.

  • May 26 17:00
    Towards new fiscal rules for the euro-zone?

    PANEL

    • PHILIPPE MARTINV (FRENCH COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS) & XAVIER RAGOTV (FRENCH ECONOMIC OBSERVATORY) – Reforming the European Fiscal Framework
    • GUNTRAM WOLFFV (BRUEGEL BRUSSELS)
    • ANNAMARIA SIMONAZZIV (SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY OF ROME)
    • THOMAS WESTPHAL (FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE)

    MODERATION: MARTIN SANDBUV (FINANCIAL TIMES)


    More information (e.g. presentation slides) here.

  • May 26 18:30
    A coming golden age for globalization? Prospects for Germany

    TALK WITH HARLOD JAMESV (PRINCETON UNIVERSITY)

    More information here.

Summary

Vom 25. bis 27. Mai findet unser achter New Paradigm Workshop ganz im Zeichen der Bundestagswahl statt. Hier finden Sie die aktuelle Agenda, alle Videos, Vorträge und Informationen zu den Speakern des Workshops.
CLICK HERE FOR THE AGENDA (PDF)

Agenda

  • May 27 15:00
    Special focus on central banks

    INTRODUCTION: THOMAS FRICKEV (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)

  • May 27 15:10
    Central bank´s mandate - Will Germany's Court one day stop the ECB?

    HOLGER SCHMIEDING (BERENBERG BANK)

  • May 27 15:30
    From climate to jobs: Towards a new mandate for central banks?

    KENOTES AND INPUTS

    • ISABEL SCHNABELV (EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE ECB)
      Societal responsibility and central bank independence
    • ADAM TOOZEV (COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY)
      A new mandate for the European Central Bank?
    • MORITZ SCHULARICKV (UNIVERSITY OF BONN, INET)
      Shifting paradigms for central banks

    DISCUSSION

    CHAIR: LAURENCE TUBIANAV (EUROPEAN CLIMATE FOUNDATION)


    More information here.

  • May 27 17:00
    From Paris to Frankfurt - How far can central banks go to save the climate?

    in cooperation with the Global Solutions Summit

    ISABEL SCHNABELV (EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE ECB) & LAURENCE TUBIANAV (CEO, EUROPEAN CLIMATE FOUNDATION)

Speakers

  • Stefan Bach

    Research Associate in the Public Economics Department at the DIW Berlin

  • Markus Grabka

    Senior Researcher in the German Socio-Economic Panel Department at the DIW Berlin

  • Marc Adam

  • Clara Martínez-Toledano

    Assistant Professor of Financial Economics at Imperial College Business School

  • Martin Biewen

    Professor of Statistics and Econometrics at University of Tübingen

  • Robert Gold

    Research Associate at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW)

  • Thiemo Fetzer

    Professor in the Economics department at University of Warwick

  • Catherine Fieschi

    Founder and Director of Counterpoint

  • Joe Kaeser

    Former CEO of Siemens AG

  • Dani Rodrik

    Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government

  • Nicola Brandt

    Head of OECD Berlin Centre

  • Martin Hellwig

    Former Director of the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods

  • Gerhard Schick

    Director of Bürgerbewegung Finanzwende

  • Jörg Kukies

    State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry of Finance

  • Daniela Gabor

    Professor of Economics and Macro-Finance at UWE Bristol

  • Laurence Tubiana

    CEO of the European Climate Foundation

  • Nora Szech

    Professor of Political Economy at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

  • Tom Krebs

    Professor of Macroeconomics and Economic Policy at University of Mannheim

  • Mark Blyth

    Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs at Brown University

  • Eric Lonergan

    Macro Fund Manager and Author

  • Shahin Vallée

    Senior Fellow at German Council on Foreign Relations

  • Monika Schnitzer

    Member of the German Council of Economic Experts

  • Michael Hüther

    Director of the German Economic Institute

  • Jens Südekum

    Professor of International Economics at University of Düsseldorf

  • Isabel Schnabel

    Executive board member of the ECB

  • Adam Tooze

    Professor of History at Columbia University

  • Moritz Schularick

    Professor of Economics at University of Bonn

  • Xavier Ragot

    President of French Economic Observatory

  • Philippe Martin

    Chair of French Council of Econonomic Advisors

  • Guntram Wolff

    Director of Bruegel Brussels

  • Martin Sandbu

    European Economics Commentator of the Financial Times

  • Fritzi Köhler-Geib

    Chief Economist at KfW Group

  • Thomas Ferguson

    Research Director at the Institute for New Economic Thinking

  • Daniel Küpper

    Managing Director at Boston Consulting Group

  • Patrick Graichen

    Director of Agora Energiewende

  • Annamaria Simonazzi

    Professor of Economics at Sapienza University of Rome

  • Olaf Storbeck

    Frankfurt Correspondent Financial Times

  • Sebastian Dullien

    Director of the Macroeconomic Policy Institute (IMK)

  • Dalia Marin

    Professor of International Economics at Technical University of Munich

  • Margit Schratzenstaller

    Senior Economist at the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)

  • Christian Odendahl

    Chief economist at the Centre for European Reform

  • Philippa Sigl-Glöckner

    Director of Dezernat Zukunft

  • Charlotte Bartels

    Research Associate in the German Socio-Economic Panel Department at DIW Berlin

  • Carlo Jaeger

    Chairman of the Global Climate Forum

  • Jakob von Weizsäcker

    Chief economist at the German Federal Ministry of Finance

  • Thomas Westphal

    Head of the Europe Department at the Federal Ministry of Finance

  • Véronique Riches-Flores

    Member Board of Directors at BNP Paribas Cardif

  • Peter Bofinger

    Professor of Monetary Policy and International Economics at University of Würzburg

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