While the Chinese yuan has experienced a depreciation in the past months, the reasons behind this development are complex. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about this issue and whether President-Elect Donald Trump’s tweets on this matter were correct.
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.
Established in 2008, the Global Economic Symposium GES challenges leading international decision-makers from academia,
business, politics, international organizations and civil society to develop new solutions to major global problems.
The more people live on earth, the more food is needed. This fact is undeniable, but hard to put into reality. Dr. Ruth Delzeit from Kiel Institute for the World Economy reviews a documentation on the question how to feed 10 billion people. She points out the challenges and solutions presented in the film.
Human behavior is not easy to predict? Or is it? There is a dilemma when it comes to forecast human actions in everyday life or in the economy. The concept of nudging represents an approach to solve this dilemma as Simon Bartke, Researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, describes it in his blog post.
Dennis Görlich, Managing Director of the Global Economic Symposium, gives a brief overview on the GES2015 topics.