4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Topics Globalization (2) Welfare State (2) Behavioral Economics (1) Europe (1) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (1) Germany (1) Tax Policy (1) Publicationtype Brief (4) Policy Article (4) Units Global Division of Labor (4) Public Policy under Globalisation (4) Forecasting Center (3) Special Topics (3) Global Challenges Center (1) Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development (1) Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems (1) The Environment and Natural Resources (1) Experts Christiane Krieger-Boden (2) Alfred Boss (1) Andreas Friedl (1) Astrid Rosenschon (1) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (1) Dennis Görlich (1) Henning Klodt (1) Kristina Neuhuber (1) Matthias Lücke (1) Sebastian Horn (1) Setareh Khalilian (1) Sonja Peterson (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Publicationtype: Brief Units: Global Division of Labor Units: Public Policy under Globalisation Remove all filters Policy Article How to Deal with Inequality - Welfare System Challenges and European Responses 01.05.2015 Kiel Policy Brief No. 85: In their paper the authors Andreas Friedl, Dennis Görlich, Sebastian Horn, Christiane Krieger-Boden and Matthias Lücke argue that European welfare state systems, particularly those of the Nordic type, have apparently... Policy Article Globalisation and the Future of the Welfare State 01.06.2014 Kiel Policy Brief No. 76: The authors show that a strong welfare state does not necessarily weaken countries' international competitiveness in a globalised world and, hence, there is no necessary "race to the bottom" in welfare states. Policy Article New Ethics for Economics? 01.03.2013 Kiel Policy Brief No. 60: In the wake of the global crisis, a new resentment against capitalism and the rules of our market economy has developed and has also influenced the economic mainstream. Policy Article The Kiel Subsidy Traffic Light (in German) 01.05.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 28. Cutting government subsidies could contribute substantially to consolidating the budget in Germany.