4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Topics Globalization (2) Behavioral Economics (1) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (1) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (1) Foreign Direct Investments (1) Germany (1) Tax Policy (1) Welfare State (1) Publication Type Brief (4) Policy Article (4) Research Business Cycles and Growth (4) Public Policy under Globalisation (4) Special Topics (4) International Trade and Investment (3) Global Commons and Climate Policy (1) Experts Christiane Krieger-Boden (2) Alfred Boss (1) Astrid Rosenschon (1) Catia Montagna (1) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (1) Dennis Görlich (1) Hassan Molana (1) Henning Klodt (1) Holger Görg (1) Kristina Neuhuber (1) Peter Nunnenkamp (1) Setareh Khalilian (1) Sonja Peterson (1) Yu-Fu Chen (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Content Type: Publications Publication Type: Brief Publication Type: Policy Article Research: Public Policy under Globalisation Research: Special Topics Remove all filters Publication Investor-state dispute settlement: are arbitrators biased in favor of claimants? 01.02.2017 Kiel Policy Brief No. 105: Self-interested and biased arbitrators are often held responsible for the legitimacy crisis of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). Based on UNCTAD’s database on ISDS since the late 1990s, the author Peter Nunnenkamp... Publication 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. Publication 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. Publication 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.