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Germany’s Economic Experts Raise Forecast Slightly

outlook_gd.pngGermany’s leading economic experts raised their forecasts for 2018 and 2019 slightly in their Spring Joint Economic Forecast released on Thursday in Berlin. They now expect economic growth of 2.2 percent for this year and 2.0 percent for 2019, versus 2.0 percent and 1.8 percent respectively in their autumn forecast. Read more...


Winners of Global Economy Prize Announced

medaille_wwp.jpgThe winners of the Global Economy Prize 2018 have been revealed. Awarded by the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in partnership with the City of Kiel and Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Commerce, the prize is now being presented for the 14th time. It aims to inspire an international approach to solving the global economic challenges of our time. Read more...




Inequality Persists Over Generations

Neue und alte Schuhe - © Monstar StudioYour great-grandparents’ socio-economic status still predicts your status today, according to research by Sebastian Braun from the Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Jan Stuhler from the University Madrid. Their study of educational and occupational status over four generations in twentieth century Germany reveals that inequalities do not disappear quickly but can be transmitted across multiple generations. Read more...

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