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Information on the Institute’s upcoming events and documentations of past events.

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24. Jan 24. Jan
Sandra Parthie Event 24. January 2022

Livestream debate: Rising inflation – is it here to stay?

The recent surge in inflation has sparked a sometimes polarizing debate among central bankers, analysts, policymakers and the wider public. In July 2021, the ECB changed its inflation objective to a symmetric 2% target over the medium term. But euro area inflation has surged to 5% in December.

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2. Dec 2. Dec
Hubertus Bardt Event 2. December 2021

ITIF Conference: 2021 Global Trade and Innovation Policy Alliance Annual Summit

The Global Trade and Innovation Policy Alliance (GTIPA) represents a network of more than 40 world-leading think tanks dedicated to advancing a positive view of trade, globalization, and innovation for the benefit of the global community.

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26. Nov 26. Nov
Matthias Diermeier Event 26. November 2021

Workshop of the MPIfG and the German Economic Institute: Local Matters: Regional Inequalities in Public Investments

The neglect of public investments in Germany and elsewhere has not only led to a deterioration of countries’ public capital stocks. In fact, what appears as an aggregate decline actually entails growing divergences between regions that can invest in their infrastructures and those that fall behind.

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10. Nov 10. Nov
Sandra Parthie Event 10. November 2021

EU’s Economy after Corona: How can recovery and structural change succeed?

With „NextGenerationEU”, the EU provides comprehensive grants and loans for public investments and reforms in its Member States. At least 37% of the overall amount should be spend on forward-looking investments and structural reforms in favour of climate protection, while 20% shall go towards the digital transformation. The Member States have submitted their national recovery plans, and the first funds have been disbursed. It is the biggest EU economic stimulus package ever. The challenge now lies in the execution.

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6. Oct 6. Oct
Adriana Neligan Event 6. October 2021

Sustainable Finance: How to finance and achieve global decarbonisation

As governments across the world continue to face the challenge of tackling Covid-19, the current crisis also presents an unprecedented opportunity to reboot global economies in a manner that builds more sustainable, inclusive, and resilient societies, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement.

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16. Sep 16. Sep
Thorsten Kroke Event 16. September 2021

ECLASS Congress: International conference on open data standards

On September 16, 2021, data managers, leaders, innovators and successful practitioners from industry, trade and engineering meet at the first virtual ECLASS CONGRESS.

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23. Jun 23. Jun
Sandra Parthie Event 23. June 2021

livestream debate (via Zoom): Corporate finance – How to steer the transformation after the Covid crisis?

While the precise impact varies from sector to sector, the Coronavirus generally has left a strong mark on the European economy. A broad policy response has alleviated the repercussions on European SMEs and corporates, albeit to a limited extent. Importantly, policymakers have already phased out some temporary support measures and will likely continue to do so in the near to medium term.

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8. Jun 8. Jun
Sandra Parthie Event 8. June 2021

Online Event: Tackling supply chain management – the EU Due Diligence & Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directives

Moving beyond voluntary measures, the laws would require companies to scrutinize their own social and environmental impact all over the world, and to identify, prevent and remedy any harm to human rights or the environment their operations may cause.

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19. May 19. May
Sandra Parthie Event 19. May 2021

Online Panel Discussion: Fiscal Policy after Corona: Debt Crisis or Stability?

The Corona crisis has exacerbated existing structural problems in the Member States and caused a steep rise of national debt. While the reference value of national debt limit was once fixed at 60% of the GDP, it has now risen far beyond in some member states.

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