9 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type IfW in the News (9) Topics Germany (9) USA (9) International Trade (4) China (3) Europe (2) Globalization (2) Companies (1) Units Macroeconomic Policy under Market Imperfections (4) International Finance and Global Governance (1) International Macroeconomics (1) Knowledge Creation and Growth (1) Experts Dennis J. Snower (4) Rolf J. Langhammer (2) Christoph Trebesch (1) Manuel Funke (1) Robert Gold (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: Germany Topics: USA Remove all filters In The News Welthandel 2019: Bitte anschnallen! 31.12.2018 In The News Global trade 2019: Fasten your seat belts! 31.12.2018 Rolf Langhammer is skeptical that 2019 will be a better year for global trade. In The News BBC Business Matters 18.03.2017 Radiointerview with Dennis Snower who thinks, the US dollar wouldn´t be longer a world wide reserve currency in case of a trade war. In The News A big hint about why so many people support Donald Trump might come from Germany 24.12.2015 Robert Gold shows why many people became right-wing extremists over the past two decades. In The News Triple threat to Merkel’s G20 bump: Putin, Erdoğan, Trump 06.07.2017 Dennis Snower explains, what makes the negotiations with Donald Trump and his team so difficult for Angela Merkel on the upcoming G20 Summit In The News German manufacturers fear fallout from US-China trade war 05.04.2018 Dennis Snower says, if the USA and China impose tariffs, also Germany will be hurt In The News Germany's dangerous Chinese addiction 01.05.2018 Dennis Snower warns that a trade war between the US and China could impact globalized Germany the most In The News Merkel Takes a Stand Against U.S. Pressure to Bar Huawei From 5G 19.03.2019 Global Solutions Summit 2019: Angela Merkel will not exclude Huawei from 5G in Germany. 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.