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Hubertus Bardt in a podcast of CEDA Audio 13. May 2020

Germany's response to COVID19: The economic impacts

What are the economic consequences of the Corona crisis and how does the opening of the country in Germany go compared to the Australian plans? IW Managing Director Hubertus Bardt talks about this in a podcast with CEDA – the Committee for Economic Development of Australia.

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Determinants of personnel planning in Germany
Michael Grömling / Stefanie Seele IW-Report No. 27 21. May 2024

Determinants of personnel planning in Germany

The German labor market has been growing since 2005. The dip in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic between 2020 and 2022 is an exception, as the German labor market has reached a record level of 45.9 million people in employment by 2023.

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Jürgen Matthes in Intereconomics External Publication 9. April 2024

China’s Trade Surplus – Implications for the World and for Europe

China’s merchandise trade surplus has reached an all-time high and is likely to rise further. A key driver appears to be a policy push to further bolster Chinese domestic manufacturing production, implying the danger of significant overcapacities.

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