4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Topics Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (4) Germany (4) Monetary Policy (4) European Union & Euro (2) Business Cycle (1) Foreign Direct Investments (1) Growth (1) Innovation (1) International Trade (1) Tax Policy (1) Publicationtype Policy Article (4) Brief (1) Units Forecasting Center (4) Special Topics (4) Macroeconomic Policy under Market Imperfections (1) Experts Jens Boysen-Hogrefe (3) Klaus-Jürgen Gern (3) Nils Jannsen (3) Björn van Roye (2) Dominik Groll (2) Joachim Scheide (2) Stefan Kooths (2) Alfred Boss (1) Carsten-Patrick Meier (1) Jonas Dovern (1) Martin Ademmer (1) Philipp Hauber (1) Tim Schwarzmüller (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Germany Topics: Monetary Policy Publicationtype: Policy Article Remove all filters Policy Article Financial and economic policy with continued monetary expansion (in German) 01.01.2014 KBW 5: The report addresses potential effects on the German economy by the extremely expansionary monetary policy of the Eurosystem with large liquidity flows into Germany. The authors discuss various monetary transmission channels from a theoretical... Policy Article Causes of growth weakness in Germany 1995–2005 (in German) 01.07.2009 KBW 2: After the reunification, in Germany economic growth was weak from a historical as well as international perspective. In particular, the years between 19 Policy Article Economic, financial and monetary policy: effects on the German current account (in German) 01.11.2017 KBW 11: The persistently high German current account surpluses are subject to increasing international criticism based on the presumption that they are negative Policy Article Low interest rates and fast monetary expansion: what should financial policy do? (in German) 01.05.2014 Kiel Policy Brief No. 75: The current phase of low interest rates confronts German fiscal policy with a particular challenge. If monetary conditions induce a boom the risk will raise that the fiscal stance will be overstated by common methods.