8 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type IfW in the News (3) Publications (2) Event (1) Project (1) Research Area (1) Topics Economic & Financial Crises (5) Europe (3) Globalization (3) USA (3) Financial Markets (2) Germany (2) International Finance (2) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (1) Publicationtype Journal Article (1) Policy Article (1) Units International Finance and Global Governance (8) Experts Manuel Funke (8) Christoph Trebesch (7) Győző Gyöngyösi (2) Michael Bayerlein (2) Moritz Schularick (2) Angelica Dominguez-Cardoza (1) Franziska Hünnekes (1) Josefin Meyer (1) Lucie Stoppok (1) Philipp Nickol (1) Sebastian Horn (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Units: International Finance and Global Governance Experts: Manuel Funke Remove all filters IfW Unit International Finance and Global Governance In The News Ten years after Lehman: Can liberal democracy survive another financial crisis? 14.09.2018 Empirical study from Christoph Trebesch and Manuel Funke about the effect of financial crisis on elections. In The News How to Shorten the Lifespan of Trumpian Populism 01.11.2017 Manuel Funke, Moritz Schularick and Christoph Trebesch found out that far-right and right-wing populist parties saw an increase in their parliamentary vote shares of about 30 percent in the five years after a financial crisis Event International Finance and Global Governance - Manuel Funke & Győző Gyöngyösi 02.10.2018 Project Populism and Economic Upheavals since 1870: A Quantitative Analysis 01.10.2017 - 30.09.2020 Populism is one of the main challenges of our time. However, the phenomenon has not been sufficiently researched so far, especially in economics. In particular, there is a lack of sustainable prevention strategies. This project quantifies the... Policy Article The Financial Crisis Is Still Empowering Far-Right Populists 13.09.2018 The 2008 financial crisis was devastating to the world economy. But the biggest cost of the crisis might be not economic but political. Journal Article Going to Extremes: Politics after Financial Crises, 1870-2014 01.09.2016 Partisan conflict and policy uncertainty are frequently invoked as factors contributing to slow post-crisis recoveries. Recent events in Europe provide ample evidence that the political aftershocks of financial crises can be severe. In this paper we... In The News Don’t believe the naysayers: Capitalism is healthier than it appears 12.06.2019 A long-term study by Christoph Trebesch and Manuel Funke shows reasons for the electoral success of populist parties.