Invitation Zoom Digital Seminar: The International Economics of the Corona Shock
The International Economics of the Corona Shock Zoom Digital Seminar Date: 8 July 2020 Time:... [mehr]
New discussion paper from Lucas Bretschger and Elise Grieg (ETH Zürich) and Paul Welfens and Tian Xiong (EIIW/University of Wuppertal)
Bretschger, L.; Grieg, E.; Welfens, P.J.J.; Xiong, T.: Corona Fatality Development, Medical... [mehr]
Prof. Paul J.J. Welfens zu den EU-Finanzhilfen am 19.05.20
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New Discussion Paper: Corona World Recession and Health System Crisis: Shocks Not Understood So Far
Summary: The Coronavirus World Recession is a global symmetric shock that will cause... [mehr]
New Discussion Paper (Advance Version APRIL 14th) Macroeconomic and Health Care Aspects of the Coronavirus Epidemic: EU, US and Global Perspectives
Summary: The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic represents a major challenge for the world... [mehr]
Economic globalization is a complex phenomenon where the links between social security expenditures and globalization are not well understood so far. This study summarizes new key findings and highlights new theoretical insights in the field of social security systems, labor standards, taxation and economic globalization. Moreover, new thoughts on the links between social security systems and migration as well as between free trade areas and social market economy development are presented. The book analyzes the role of a changing age dependency using a Branson model and it derives implications for the stock market price index, the exchange rate and the interest rate. Economic globalization needs to be politically managed and through the Transatlantic Banking Crisis and the Euro Crisis the need to more carefully draw the rules of the game for financial globalization has been highlighted. Unstable financial markets have a large potential to undermine social market economies and social security systems. The rising income inequalities within countries raise more policy challenges for Europe than for the US.
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