5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Project (1) Topics Business Cycle Germany (5) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (5) Labor Market (4) Business Cycle (3) Business Cycle Euro Area (1) Business Cycle World (1) Germany (1) Publication Type Economic Outlook (4) Research Business Cycles and Growth (5) Forecasting (5) Experts Dominik Groll (5) Galina Potjagailo (5) Jens Boysen-Hogrefe (5) Maik Wolters (5) Martin Ademmer (5) Nils Jannsen (5) Salomon Fiedler (5) Stefan Kooths (5) Philipp Hauber (2) Saskia Meuchelböck (2) Klaus-Jürgen Gern (1) Stefan Reitz (1) Ulrich Stolzenburg (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Business Cycle Germany Experts: Dominik Groll Experts: Galina Potjagailo Experts: Jens Boysen-Hogrefe Experts: Maik Wolters Experts: Nils Jannsen Remove all filters Economic Outlook Germany at the brink of recession 12.09.2019 KKB 59: The German economy is at the brink of a recession. Gross domestic product is likely to decline again in the third quarter. Economic Outlook German Economy: Temporary slowdown, boom not over yet 22.06.2018 KKB 44: The strong economic upswing in Germany has taken a break. For the current year, we revise our GDP growth forecast down by 0.5 percentage points Economic Outlook German economy approaches boom period 10.09.2017 KKB 35: The pronounced expansion of the German economy accelerates further. Compared to our summer forecast, we adjust our forecast for the current and the next Project Joint Economic Forecast 01.10.2016 - 31.03.2020 Embedded in a comprehensive outlook for the world economy, the Joint Economic Forecast („Gemeinschaftsdiagnose“, GD) prepares in-debth analyses and forecasts for the German economy (detailed 2-year horizon and 5-year medium term projections including... Economic Outlook Robust German economy in an uncertain international environment 12.09.2015 KKB 11: German GDP is expected to increase by 1.8 percent (2015), 2.1 percent (2016), and 2.3 percent (2017).