* 6 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (6) Topics Americas (6) Asia (6) Business Cycle World (6) China (6) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (6) Europe (6) USA (6) Publication Type Economic Outlook (6) Research Business Cycles and Growth (6) Forecasting (6) Experts Klaus-Jürgen Gern (6) Nils Jannsen (6) Stefan Kooths (6) Philipp Hauber (5) Maik Wolters (3) Martin Ademmer (3) Tim Schwarzmüller (2) Ulrich Stolzenburg (2) Galina Potjagailo (1) Salomon Fiedler (1) Saskia Meuchelböck (1) Stefan Reitz (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Business Cycle World Topics: Emerging Markets & Developing Countries Topics: USA Experts: Nils Jannsen Experts: Stefan Kooths Remove all filters Publication Gradually Better Outlook for Global Growth 17.12.2014 KKB 1: Die weltwirtschaftliche Expansion ist im Verlauf des Jahres 2014 erneut ins Stocken geraten. Von einem Aufschwung, der von allen Regionen getragen wird, Publication Faltering Recovery of the World Economy 16.06.2015 KKB 7: Following a weak start into 2015, the global economy is expected to pick up again in the course of this year. Publication Weakness in emerging markets weighs on global growth 10.09.2015 KKB 9: The world economy is expanding at a more moderate pace with growth momentum continuing to shift from emerging to advanced economies. World GDP will incr Publication Stubborn weakness in the world economy 11.12.2015 KKB 13: Global growth slowed in 2015. While we forecast the world economy to gradually gain momentum over the coming two years, the upturn is expected to be slo Publication Clouded outlook for the world economy 10.03.2016 KKB 15: Global growth has slowed down recently. While the world economy should gradually regain pace over the coming quarters, overall growth momentum is expect Publication Global growth remains sluggish 13.06.2019 KKB 55: Despite a temporary pick-up in world production at the start of the year, growth will continue to moderate amid a further deterioration in economic sentiment and elevated levels of uncertainty.