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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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An Assessment Using the IW Business Location Index
IW-Trends No. 3 20. September 2021

Germany as a Business Location after the Grand Coalition

Cornelius Bähr / Hubertus Bardt

The demands of digitalisation and climate protection are creating an additional need for fundamental renewal of Germany’s capital stock.

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Analysis of the party programs and outlook for the coming legislative period
IW-Policy Paper No. 19 19. September 2021

Income tax policy in the federal election campaign

Martin Beznoska / Tobias Hentze

Income tax policy plays a relevant role in the election programs for the German federal election 2021. According to the election programs, basically all parties are aiming for relief for small and medium incomes and for households with children.

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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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Their development, the status quo and current issues
IW-Analyse No. 144 16. September 2021

The Central and Eastern European Countries in the EU

Berthold Busch

In economic terms, the enlargement of the EU to include the Central and East ern European countries (CEECs) has been a success.

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Acceptance of Parliamentary Procedures in the Light of Individual Problem Perception
IW-Trends No. 3 15. September 2021

Acceptance of Parliamentary Procedures in the Light of Individual Problem Perception

Matthias Diermeier / Judith Niehues

A lively democracy thrives on the struggle between different interest groups for majority opinion on specific issues. Though the institutionalised process of balancing interests and hearing opposing points of view takes time, acceptance of these parliamentary procedures is essential for the functioning of our pluralistic democracy.

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Change in Innovation in the German Motor Vehicle Industry
IW-Trends No. 3 14. September 2021

Change in Innovation in the German Motor Vehicle Industry

Enno Kohlisch / Oliver Koppel / Malte Küper / Thomas Puls

Social and political change necessitates corresponding innovations in motor vehicle technology. This paper analyses the nature of current technological progress in Germany’s motor vehicle industry.

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An Estimate of the Potential of Inheritance Tax to Relieve the Labor Factor
IW-Policy Paper No. 18 14. September 2021

An Estimate of the Potential of Inheritance Tax to Relieve the Labor Factor

Martin Beznoska / Tobias Hentze

In der politischen Debatte wird teilweise argumentiert, dass die Erbschaftsteuer die bessere Vermögensteuer sei.

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An Empirical Analysis with Footfall Data
IW-Trends No. 3 7. September 2021

A Coronavirus Shock for the Retail Sector in German City Centres

Henry Goecke / Christian Rusche

The Corona pandemic and the measures taken to contain the virus have delivered an asymmetrical shock to German business. This asymmetry is exemplified by the effects on the retail trade, an import ant part of the nation’s economy.

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The transatlantic economic relations and their outstanding significance for the future of the European and the German economy
Expertise 6. September 2021

The transatlantic economic relations and their outstanding significance for the future of the European and the German economy

Galina Kolev

The EU and the US remain each other’s most important economic partners, despite the con-frontative course of the Trump administration and China’s rise as a global economic power. This is particularly the case as interconnectedness and the role of foreign affiliates in exchanging know-how and services have been gaining importance as the very fundamentals of future globalization.

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