Excellent Faculty for Advanced Studies Program 2016/17
The list of lecturers in the Kiel Institute´s next Advanced Studies Program (ASP) which will start in August 2016 includes Roberto Rigobon (MIT), Yuliy Sannikov (Princeton), Enrique Mendoza (Pennsylvania), Volker Wieland (Frankfurt), Lucio Sarno (London), Marc Melitz (Harvard), Yoto Yotov (Drexel), Gino Gancia ( Barcelona) and Marcel Fafchamps (Stanford). more...
Improving the European Semester
Researchers of the Kiel Institute developed proposals for improving the efficiency of the European Semester. The Paper is written to advise the European Parliament in the Economic Dialogue with the President of the Eurogroup. “Any mechanism for policy coordination depends crucially on the institutional framework that it is supposed to operate in. Consequently, proposals for further improvement of the European Semester must take the institutional environment into account”, the researchers say. more...
Cropland’s untapped potential
The rising demand for food around the world can be met without expansion of agricultural cropland – provided the land now available is optimally exploited – says a new study by LMU geographer Wolfram Mauser and his colleagues in cooperation with Gernot Klepper and colleagues at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. more...
After the Global Economic Symposium 2015 – the Solution-Process and the shaping of the discussed solution proposals continues! Keep up with all Solution Proposals, Blog entries and news of the GES by checking the GES Website and the GES Blog. Additionally you can follow the GES on Twitter and Facebook – join the discussion! #gesym15
The next GES is already ahead: We are looking forward to the Global Economic Symposium 2016, October 25th to 27th in Istanbul, Turkey.
Apply now: Courses on Economic Growth, Monetary Policy and Migration
In the context of its Advanced Studies Program (ASP), the Kiel Institute offers several one-week courses with prominent speakers: Economic Growth (Oded Galor, Brown University), Monetary Policy (Lawrence Christiano, Northwestern University), International Migration (Hillel Rapoport, Paris School of Economics). Application forms and more information