* 10 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (10) Topics Germany (10) International Trade (3) Labor Market (3) Economic & Financial Crises (2) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (2) Business Cycle (1) Europe (1) European Union & Euro (1) Growth (1) International Finance (1) Tax Policy (1) Show more Publication Type Policy Article (10) Brief (2) Research Special Topics (6) Business Cycles and Growth (5) Experts Klaus Schrader (7) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (4) Levke Jessen-Thiesen (2) Jens Boysen-Hogrefe (1) Jürgen Stehn (1) Nadja Dwenger (1) Sebastian Braun (1) Thomas Oechsle (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Tags: Federal States Remove all filters Publication Does the medium-term tax estimate fit the financial planning of the federal states? (in German) 01.07.2014 Kiel Policy Brief No. 78: Official tax projections often exhibit increasing tax ratios in the medium term. However, such tendencies cannot be observed in actual tax revenues. Publication Chances of getting into university: regional origin significant (in German) 01.05.2010 Kiel Policy Brief No. 16: The authors Sebastian Braun, Nadja Dwenger and Thomas Oechsle show that there is a clearly negative statistical relationship between the average school-leaving grade in a federal state and the chances of success for... Publication At the Pulse of World Trade - Cargo Handling in the Port of Hamburg during the Corona Crisis 08.02.2022 Kiel Policy Brief No. 161: The author shows that during the Corona crisis, goods handled per quarter in the Port of Hamburg fell by almost 16 percent. Publication The Economic Gap between Northern and Southern Germany (in German) 26.07.2019 KBW 20: The analysis shows that differences between the Northern German states of Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein on the one hand and the Southern German states of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria on... Publication Schleswig-Holstein's Economy in Times of Upswing – A Review (in German) 25.09.2019 KBW 21: Schleswig-Holstein, like all federal states, benefited from the upswing of recent years. In comparison with the development in Germany as a whole and in the other federal states, Schleswig-Holstein's economic successes are put into... Publication Corona Effects on the Labor Markets in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein 07.02.2022 KBW 38: The author reveals that despite a shrinking economy in the Corona year 2020, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein were spared a major labor market crisis. Publication Industrial structures and potentials in the North: A regional analysis of the German-Danish industrial landscape 27.10.2020 KBW 31: The study, which was carried out as part of the “Nordwärts project”, explains the disparity in economic power observed in northern Germany with structural causes. Publication German Jobs and Brexit: The Importance of Exports to the UK for Employment in the German States 12.01.2021 Kiel Policy Brief No. 149: The authors conclude from their analysis that the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement is in the interest of all German states. Publication Special Trade Relations between Schleswig-Holstein and Denmark? A Comparison of the Border Trade of the German Federal States 14.08.2020 KBW 28: Against the backdrop of intensive export relations between Schleswig-Holstein and Denmark, this study examines the significance of this border trade for Schleswig-Holstein and the significance of this trade in comparison to the border trade... Publication Holidays in Corona times: Perspectives for Tourism in Germany 05.05.2020 Kiel Policy Brief No. 140: The authors show that in the German federal states tourism has a different weight and accordingly the economic impact of the travel restrictions under the Corona measures varies.