7 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type IfW in the News (7) Topics Economic & Financial Crises (7) Monetary Policy (2) Americas (1) European Union & Euro (1) Financial Markets (1) International Finance (1) USA (1) Units International Finance and Global Governance (5) Forecasting Center (1) Global Division of Labor (1) Experts Christoph Trebesch (5) Josefin Meyer (2) Manuel Funke (2) Julian Hinz (1) Stefan Kooths (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Content Type: IfW in the News Topics: Economic & Financial Crises Remove all filters 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 In The News The Grexit Dilemma: What Would Happen if Greece Leaves the Euro Zone? 27.03.2018 Stefan Kooths doubts whether Greece would benefit from the drachma's reintroduction in the long run. In The News Era of the Holdout Is Raising the Cost of Sovereign Default 28.02.2018 Christoph Trebesch et. al. say that in recent decades, the legal standards of sovereign immunity have gradually eroded in global financial centers In The News Venezuelans deserve refugee status 05.06.2018 Oped by Ricardo Hausmann and Julian Hinz in which they require from the international community to grant Venezuelans refugee status In The News Emerging-Market Debt Still Wins in the Long Run 27.02.2019 Kiel Institute research: returns on external sovereign bonds have been averaged at 7% annually across two centuries. In The News Beat the S&P 500 Return with Defaulted Bonds? 26.04.2019 Report on the study "Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo" by Josefin Meyer, Carmen Reinhart, and Christoph Trebesch.