6 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type IfW in the News (4) Publications (2) Topics International Finance (6) Financial Markets (3) Economic & Financial Crises (2) Europe (2) Americas (1) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (1) European Union & Euro (1) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (1) Monetary Policy (1) Tax Policy (1) USA (1) Show more Publicationtype Policy Article (1) Working Paper (1) Research International Finance and Global Governance (5) Forecasting Center (1) Special Topics (1) Experts Christoph Trebesch (6) Josefin Meyer (6) Carmen Reinhart (2) Carmen M. Reinhart (1) Manuel Funke (1) Test Test (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: International Finance Experts: Christoph Trebesch Experts: Josefin Meyer Remove all filters In The News Why investors keep coming back to Argentina 30.04.2019 Report on the study "Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo" from Josefin Meyer, Carmen Reinhart, and Christoph Trebesch In The News The Top-Performing Asset Class You’re Probably Overlooking 01.05.2019 Report on the study "Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo" from Josefin Meyer, Carmen Reinhart, and Christoph Trebesch 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. In The News Emerging markets in a ‚Goldilocks‘ environment 11.03.2019 Kiel Institute research: returns on external sovereign bonds have been averaged at 7% annually across two centuries. Working Paper Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo 11.02.2019 This paper studies external sovereign bonds as an asset class. We compile a new database of 220,000 monthly prices of foreign-currency government bonds Policy Article The German-French proposal for a European financial transaction tax - International comparison and policy recommendations (in German) 05.03.2020 KBW 24: According to a recent German-French proposal, a financial market transaction tax (FTT) at a rate of 0.2% on the purchase of securities is to be introduced in 10 EU countries, including Germany, and limited to shares in large companies.