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13th ZEW Conference on the Economics of Information and Communication Technologies

Some 60 international participants attended the ZEW Conference "The Economics of Information and Communication Technologies" on June 12 and 13, 2015, to discuss current research into the economics of ICT and ICT industries. The internationally established conference, organised by the ZEW Research Department "Information and Communication Technologies" and partly funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), took place in Mannheim for the 13th time. read more

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2014 ZEW Annual Report Published: ZEW Maintains Strong Position in International Competition

The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) stood its ground in national and international competition in 2014 with a total revenue of about EUR 20 million. The institute successfully reinforced its reputation as an excellent research location. Despite the huge competitive pressure due to European-wide calls for proposals, the research institute considerably increased the share of research contracts awarded by the EU Commission. Projects commissioned by the European Union formed almost 25 per cent of ZEW's third-party funding volume (a total of EUR 9.2 million) in 2014. read more

China Economic Panel

China Economic Panel (CEP) of ZEW and Fudan University (Shanghai)- Economic Outlook for China Stagnates

The China Economic Panel Indicator (CEP) has increased slightly by 0.2 points. For the period concerned (08/06/2015 - 30/06/2015), the CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial experts in regard to China's macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, now totals nine points. The indicator therefore remains below its long-term average value of 10.8 points. read more

Call for Papers

Seventh ReCapNet Conference on "Real Estate, Financial Stability, and the Macroeconomy" (November 6-7, 2015)

The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) is pleased to announce the seventh conference of the Leibniz Network on Real Estate Markets and Capital Markets (ReCapNet) in Mannheim on November 6 and 7, 2015. The main theme of this year's conference focuses on the nexus between real estate, financial stability and the macroeconomy. The keynote is delivered by Kevin J. Lansing, PhD, from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. We look forward to receiving submissions on topics such as the identification of real estate bubbles or macroprudential regulation of real estate financing. Submissions Proposals on other aspects related to the interactions between real estate markets and capital markets are welcome. Further potential topics are included in the Call for Papers. Please submit your paper as a PDF file to conference@recapnet.org no later than July 15, 2015. read more

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IAB/ZEW Workshop Assessing the Impact of Human Resource Management Practices (November 23-24, 2015)

The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) jointly organise the IAB/ZEW Workshop Assessing the Impact of Human Resource Management Practices in Mannheim on November 23 and 24, 2015. The workshop aims at gathering researchers from all fields of personnel economics for discussion. Professor John van Reenen, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and Professor Thomas Zwick, University of Würzburg, will be the keynote speakers. We look forward to receiving submissions on topics from all fields of personnel economics. Potential topics are included in the Call for Papers. Please submit your paper as a PDF file to hrm2015@zew.de no later than July 15, 2015. read more

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TAPES 2016 - ZEW/NBER Trans-Atlantic Public Economics Seminar (June 13-15, 2016)

The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) jointly organise the next Trans-Atlantic Public Economics Seminar (TAPES2016) on June 13-15, 2016. The seminar focuses on studies of social insurance programmes including unemployment insurance, disability insurance, social security, and health insurance. The event aims to foster the discussion of topics associated with the impacts and consequences of current and future plausible programme changes. Please upload an abstracts of about 750 words or a complete paper on NBER's submission page no later than October 1, 2015. read more

German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI Report)

ZEW-JLL DIFI Report Published: Index Declines - Commercial Real Estate Financing Market Boom Continues

The German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI) has a reading of 29.7 points in the second quarter of 2015, the second highest value since the survey was launched in 2011. Due to a shift in the assessment of the financing situation (past six months) and noticeably less optimistic financing expectations (coming six months), the index decreased by 9.4 points compared to the all-time high in the previous quarter. read more

The ZEW/ProgTrans Transport Market Barometer

ZEW/Prognos Survey on Transport Markets - Largely Stable Price Development Expected Until Year End

Depending on the means of transportation, the development of transport volumes and transport prices vary significantly in the next six months. According to the Transport Market Barometer survey by Prognos/ZEW in May 2015, road freight is expected to have the strongest overall development. The volume forecasts in this sub-sector are almost unanimously positive. Transport volumes for rail freight, by contrast, are expected to decline. read more


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