China’s importance for the global economy has reached a point where any major decision by the Chinese could deeply impact the rest of the world economically. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about this situation and what it takes for China to keep on the right path.
What happens when young people get together to find ways to change the world for the better? It can end up in inspiring ideas and solutions that have the potential to become real. Like at the 2016 YES! Young Economic Summit. Learn more about this year’s summit and last year’s success stories.
Africa, in particular the sub-Saharan countries, have been growing economically over the past several years. What are the reasons for this growth? And is it worth long term investments? Rainer Thiele and Manfred Wiebelt from Kiel Institute for the World Economy took a closer look at this development.
China’s role in international financial institutions has grown in the past months – for good reasons, especially to reflect more adequately its economic power. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about the latest step of the Renminbi, becoming part of the Special Drawing Rights of the IMF.
The G20 is unable to solve the world’s problems. Time for a new approach: five major powers should take charge of the planet’s fate—including a strong Europe. A column by Henrik Müller.
Where do economic incentives end and where do tax evasions begin? Prof. Hennig Kloth expresses his opinion on the EU vs. Apple case, involving 13bn Euro in taxes to be paid back.