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Leibniz Institute SAFE names financial priorities for the political work of a new federal government[more]

ECB Chief Economist Philip R. Lane discusses the findings of the ECB's strategy review[more]

Several renowned researchers pay tribute to Otmar Issing's lifetime work in an academic colloquium on the occasion of his 85th birthday - and discuss with him the current challenges of central bank policy[more]

German financial industry takes a critical view of a “green” component of monetary policy – major concerns about continued low interest rate policy[more]

The positive sentiment of the financial industry has further improved. The CFS index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, rises in the second quarter of 2021. It is clearly above the level of a year ago, when an initial recovery from the pandemic was getting underway.[more]

On June 1, 2021, Prof. Alexander Morell, formerly University of Mannheim, succeeded Prof. Brigitte Haar († 2019) at Goethe University Frankfurt. In his research, the newly appointed holder of the Chair for Civil Law, Business Law and Law and Economics in the House of Finance uses empirical as well as theoretical methods from economics to further improve traditional legal doctrine. [more]

In a SAFE Policy Web panel, economists Markus Brunnermeier and Benoît Cœuré discussed the role of central banks in the wake of technological change[more]

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