7 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (7) Topics China (7) Germany (7) Globalization (4) International Trade (4) Europe (3) Foreign Direct Investments (3) Digitalization (2) Growth (2) Innovation (2) USA (2) Asia (1) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (1) Health (1) Show more Publication Type Policy Article (7) Brief (1) Research International Trade and Investment (2) Kiel Institute China Initiative (2) Business Cycles and Growth (1) Presidential Task Force (1) Public Policy under Globalisation (1) Special Topics (1) Trade Policy Task Force (1) Understanding the Structural Forces of Globalisation (1) Experts Gabriel Felbermayr (3) Holger Görg (3) Alexander Sandkamp (1) Christoph Trebesch (1) Dirk Dohse (1) Hendrik Mahlkow (1) Kimsey Zajac (1) Lennart Kaplan (1) Rolf J. Langhammer (1) Saskia Meuchelböck (1) Stefan Kooths (1) Steffen Gans (1) Wolfgang Lechthaler (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Content Type: Publications Topics: China Topics: Germany Publication Type: Policy Article Remove all filters Publication Concerns of a "sale out" of German technology to Chinese foreign investors are based on fears not on facts 18.11.2016 Old fears die hard. About a quarter of a century years ago the US launched a “structural impediment initiative” against Japan when both trade and in Publication Time for a new Industrial Policy? (in German) 05.03.2019 Kiel Policy Brief No. 122: In their paper, the authors warn of a new trend towards autarky under the catchword of "technology sovereignty", which jeopardizes the benefits of globalization. Publication Ausländische Direktinvestitionen in Deutschland – die große Angst vor China 07.05.2019 The current discussion in German policy circles suggests a strong scepticism towards foreign takeovers of German firms. This essay takes issue with this. It is firstly argued that Germany in actual fact receives relatively little inward investment.... Publication Europe and the Global Economic Order 22.01.2020 International trade has brought much prosperity to the world, but it is ironically the biggest profiteers who are hostile to free trade today. In the new era of geostrategic rivalry, the EU risks losing out if it does not develop further. Publication Globale Wertschöpfungsketten in Zeiten von (und nach) Covid-19 13.05.2020 For around four decades, a large part of worldwide production has been organized in so-called Global Value Chains (GVCs). Raw materials and intermediate products from different countries are shipped around the globe for processing and then assembled... Publication Decoupling Europe 19.07.2021 Kiel Policy Brief No. 153: The COVID-19 pandemic revealed the vulnerability of international value chains in the face of global shocks. Publication Why Germany Should Continue its Development Cooperation with China 16.11.2021 Kiel Policy Brief No. 159: Although bilateral development cooperation officially ended in 2009, China is still the third largest recipient of Germany's official development assistance, a fact that often causes frequent public confusion.