10 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type IfW in the News (10) Topics International Trade (6) China (5) European Union & Euro (4) USA (3) Germany (2) Companies (1) Globalization (1) Monetary Policy (1) Experts Gabriel Felbermayr (10) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Content Type: IfW in the News Experts: Gabriel Felbermayr Remove all filters In The News Fears Brexit will make EU STRONGER as Commission will grab control from smaller nations 06.03.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr warns the EU of underestimating the consequences of a Brexit. In The News German alarm grows over EU's dangerous ultimatum for Britain 21.03.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr warns that Europe is more exposed to the fall-out from a disorderly Brexit than some in Brussels seem to think. In The News There's reason to be more optimistic on Brexit now, economist says 22.03.2019 Interview with Gabriel Felbermayr, who thinks a hard Brexit can be avoided. In The News IfW: Fear of Chinese takeovers in Germany 'exaggerated' 08.04.2019 According to a study by Gabriel Felbermayr, concerns about wide acquisition of German companies are exaggerated. In The News Chinese, German scholars call for inclusive global development in "new industrial revolution" 17.04.2019 Reports from the CASS-IfW Workshop "Global challenges and global solutions" In The News Brexit touches German funny bone 19.04.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr accuses the EU of having manoeuvred the British into a dead end with its Brexit strategy. In The News China cannot afford the Silk Road, and that is a blessing 27.04.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr thinks that the boom in Chinese foreign investment has passed its peak In The News Trump’s China Tariffs Hit America’s Poor and Working Class the Hardest 14.05.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr on the costs of the US-Chinese trade dispute In The News US Has Pulled in $16 Billion in Trump’s China Tariffs 21.05.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr has calculated the cost of US-Chinese trade disputes. In The News Surveillance: Trade War & Inflation With Emmanuel (Podcast) 16.05.2019 Gabriel Felbermayr considers it unlikely that customs duties will be completely passed on to American consumers.