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PD Dr. Friedrich Heinemann [ D ]
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PD Dr. Friedrich Heinemann

Friedrich Heinemann is head of the department "Corporate Taxation and Public Finance" at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim. He studied economics and history at the University of Münster, the London School of Economics and the University of Mannheim. After graduating (Diplom-Volkswirt) at the University of Mannheim he joined the ZEW where he has held responsibilities as project coordinator, senior researcher and, since 2005, as head of department. He received his Ph. D. ("Dr. rer. pol.") from the University of Mannheim. His doctoral dissertation dealt with the "Financial Constitution and Competencies of the European Union after Maastricht". 2010 he received his postdoctoral degree ("Habilitation") from the University of Heidelberg and the Venia Legendi for economics.

His research interests are empirical public finance and public choice with a particular focus on

  • European Union,
  • federalism in Germany and Europe,
  • determinants of reform processes and
  • tax policy and tax competition.

Heinemann teaches at the University of Heidelberg, is board member of the Arbeitskreis Europäische Integration and member of the Scientific Board of the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP), Berlin.

Selected Publications

Publications in refereed Journals

Hennighausen, Tanja and Friedrich Heinemann (forthcoming), Don't Tax Me? Determinants of Individual Attitudes Toward Progressive Taxation, German Economic Review.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Steffen Osterloh and Alexander Kalb (2014), Sovereign risk premia: The link between fiscal rules and stability culture, Journal of International Money and Finance 41, 110-127. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Eckhard Janeba, Marc-Daniel Moessinger, Christoph Schröder and Frank Streif (2014), Föderalismus-Präferenzen in den deutschen Landesparlamenten, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 15 (1), 56-74.

Geys, Benny, Friedrich Heinemann and Alexander Kalb (2013), Local Government Efficiency in German Municipalities, Raumforschung und Raumordnung 71 (4), 293-293. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2013), Zwischen "Kernschmelze" und "Fass ohne Boden" - zum Dissens deutscher Ökonomen in der Schuldenkrise, Zeitschrift für Politik 60 (2), 207-219. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich and Steffen Osterloh (2013), The Political Economy of Corporate Tax Harmonization - Why Do European Politicians (Dis)like Minimum Tax Rates?, European Journal of Political Economy 29, 18-37. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich and Martin Kocher (2013), Tax compliance under tax regime changes, International Tax and Public Finance 20 (2), 225-246. Download

Bischoff, Ivo, Friedrich Heinemann and Tanja Hennighausen (2013), What makes me see inequality as just?, Schmollers Jahrbuch/Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 133 (1), 1-22. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Tanja Hennighausen and Marc-Daniel Moessinger (2013), Intrinsic Work Motivation and Pension Reform Preferences, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 12 (2), 190-217. Download

Ciaglia, Sarah and Friedrich Heinemann (2013), Debt Rule Federalism: The Case of Germany, Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften/Journal of Comparative Government and European Policy 11 (4), 570-602.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Tanja Hennighausen (2012), Understanding Public Debt Preferences, Finanzarchiv/Public Finance Analysis 68 (4), 406-430. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2012), Die europäische Schuldenkrise: Ursachen und Lösungsstrategien, Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftswissenschaften/Review of Economics 63 (1), 18-41.

Kalb, Alexander, Benny Geys and Friedrich Heinemann (2012), Value for Money? German Local Government Efficiency in a Comparative Perspective, Applied Economics 44 (2), 201–218. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Marc-Daniel Moessinger and Steffen Osterloh (2012), Feigenblatt oder fiskalische Zeitenwende? Zur potenziellen Wirksamkeit des Fiskalvertrags, integration 35, 167-182.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2012), FIRE for the Euro: A Superior Way to Bond Market Stabilization, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik/Journal of Economics and Statistics 232 (6), 702-709.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2011), Economic Crisis and Morale, European Journal of Law and Economics 32 (1), 35-49. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich and Eckhard Janeba (2011), Viewing Tax Policy Through Party-Colored Glasses: What German Politicians Believe, German Economic Review 12, 286-311. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2010), Ansatzpunkte einer Gewissensökonomik, ORDO - Jahrbuch für die Ordnung von Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 61, 151-167.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Philipp Mohl and Steffen Osterloh (2010), Reforming the EU Budget: Reconciling Needs with Political-Economic Constraints, Journal of European Integration 32(1), 59-76. Download

Geys, Benny, Friedrich Heinemann and Alexander Kalb (2010), Voter Involvement, Fiscal Autonomy and Public Sector Efficiency: Evidence from German Municipalities, European Journal of Political Economy 26(2), 265-278.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Michael Overesch and Johannes Rincke (2010), Rate-Cutting Tax Reforms and Corporate Tax Competition in Europe, Economics & Politics 22 (3), 498-518.

Gröpl, Christoph, Friedrich Heinemann and Alexander Kalb (2010), Die Zweckentfremdung des kommunalen Kassenkredits – eine rechtlich-ökonomische Analyse, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 11(2), 178-203.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2010), Eine Gabe an St. Nimmerlein? - Zur zeitlichen Dimension der Schuldenbremse, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 11 (3), 246-259.

Osterloh, Steffen, Friedrich Heinemann and Philipp Mohl (2009), EU Budget Reform Options and the Common Pool Problem, Public Finance and Management 9 (4), 644-685.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Philipp Mohl and Steffen Osterloh (2009), Who's afraid of an EU tax and why? - Revenue system preferences in the European Parliament, The Review of International Organizations 4 (1), 73-99.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Ivo Bischoff and Tanja Hennighausen (2009), Choosing from the Reform Menu Card - Individual Determinants of Labour Market Policy Preferences, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 229 (2/3), 180-197.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Michael Förg, Eva Jonas and Eva Traut-Mattausch (2008), Psychologische Restriktionen wirtschaftspolitischer Reformen, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 9 (4), 383-404.

Geys, Benny, Friedrich Heinemann and Alexander Kalb (2008), Local Governments in the Wake of Demographic Change: Evidence from German Municipalities, Finanzarchiv 64(4), 434-457.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2008), Is the Welfare State Self-Destructive? A Study of Government Benefit Morale, Kyklos 61 (2), 237-257.

Osterloh, Steffen, Friedrich Heinemann and Philipp Mohl (2008), The EU Tax Revisited: Should there be One? And will there be One?, Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften (ZSE) / Journal for Comparative Government and European Policy 6 (6), 444-475.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Waldemar Rotfuß and Peter Westerheide (2008), Die Hoffnung auf eine schnelle Reformdividende – direkte Erwartungseffekte institutioneller Reformen, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik 57 (3), 340-368.

Traut-Mattausch, Eva, Eva Jonas, Michael Förg, Dieter Frey and Friedrich Heinemann (2008), How should Politicians Justify Reforms to Avoid Psychological Reactance, Negative Attitudes, and Financial Dishonesty?, Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 216 (4), 218-225.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Benjamin Tanz (2008), The Impact of Trust on Reforms, Journal of Economic Policy Reform 11 (3), 173-185.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Eva Traut-Mattausch, Michael Förg, Eva Jonas and Dieter Frey (2007), Vertrauen und die Durchsetzbarkeit von Reformen, Wirtschaftspsychologie 9 (4), 122-133.

Förg, Michael, Eva Jonas, Eva Traut-Mattausch, Friedrich Heinemann and Dieter Frey (2007), Vertrauen Bürger in der politischen Reformdiskussion noch der Meinung von Experten?, Wirtschaftspsychologie 9 (4), 35-45.

Schröder, Michael, Friedrich Heinemann, Susanne Kruse and Matthias Meitner (2007), Pay High in Good Times, Pay Low in Bad Times – Development Finance using GDP-linked Bonds, Journal of International Development 19, 667-683.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Katrin Ullrich (2007), Does it Pay to Watch Central Bankers' Lips? The Information Content of ECB Wording, Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics 143 (2), 155-185.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2006), Planning or Propaganda? An Evaluation of Germany's Medium-term Budgetary Planning, Finanzarchiv 62 (4), 1-28.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2006), Das common-pool Problem in der EU-Finanzverfassung, Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften/Journal for Comparative Government and European Policy 4 (2), 188-213.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Katrin Ullrich (2006), The Impact of EMU on Inflation Expectations, Open Economies Review 17, 175-195.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2006), Factor Mobility, Government Debt and the Decline in Public Investment, International Economics and Economic Policy 3, 11-26.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2004), Explaining Reform Deadlocks, Applied Economics Quarterly 55, 9-26.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Felix Hüfner (2004), Is the view from the Eurotower purely European? - National Divergence and ECB Interest Rate Policy, Scottish Journal of Political Economy 51 (4), 544-558.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Martin Schüler (2004), A Stiglerian view on banking supervision, Public Choice 121 (1-2), 99-130.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2003), The Political Economy of EU Enlargement and the Treaty of Nice, European Journal of Political Economy 19, 17-31.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2001), Die Psychologie begrenzt rationaler Wirtschaftspolitik am Beispiel des Reformstaus, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik 50 (1), 96-110.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2001), After the Death of Inflation: Will Fiscal Drag Survive?, Fiscal Studies 22 (4), 527-546.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Viktor Winschel (2001), Public Deficits and Borrowing Costs: The Missing Half of Market Discipline, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 20 (2-3), 169-190.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2000), Strategic Lessons from the Maastricht Criteria, Kredit und Kapital 33 (4), 455-467.

Publications in Journals

Heinemann, Friedrich (2014), Abkehr von der Agenda 2010 - Gefährliche Selbstüberschätzung?, Orientierungen zur Wirtschafts- und Gesellschaftspolitik 139, 41-44.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2013), EU-Kohäsionspolitik: Finanzielle Fehlanreize und die Suche nach dem europäischen Mehrwert, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik 62 (1), 58-69.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2012), Fiskalvertrag: Alles andere als blindwütige Austerität, Europäisches Wirtschafts- und Steuerrecht 23 (5), 1. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Marc-Daniel Moessinger and Steffen Osterloh (2011), Nationale Fiskalregeln - Ein Instrument zur Vorbeugung von Vertrausenskrisen? , Monatsbericht des Bundesministeriums der Finanzen August, 58-66. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2010), Gerechtigkeitswahrnehmung von Steuer- und Sozialsystemreformen, Monatsbericht des Bundesministeriums der Finanzen, Januar, 63-72.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Philipp Mohl and Steffen Osterloh (2008), Reformoptionen für das EU-Eigenmittelsystem, Monatsbericht des BMF Februar 2008, 87-98. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Michael Förg, Eva Jonas and Peter Westerheide (2007), Psychologie, Wachstum und Reformfähigkeit, in Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Monatsberichts des Bundesministeriums der Finanzen April , 43-55.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2007), Irrationale Reformwiderstände, Wirtschaftsdienst 87 (9), 563-567.

Monographs, Articles in Anthologies

Heinemann, Friedrich (2011), European Added Value for the EU Budget, in: Daniel Tarschys, The EU Budget, What Should Go In? What Should Go Out?, SIEPS Bd. 2011:3, Stockholm, 58-73. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Tanja Hennighausen, Eva Traut-Mattausch, Martin Kocher, Eva Jonas and Dieter Frey (2011), Gerechtigkeitswahrnehmung von Steuer- und Sozialsystemreformen, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 100, Baden-Baden.

Borgloh, Sarah, Friedrich Heinemann, Alexander Kalb, Friedhelm Pfeiffer, Karsten Reuß and Berthold U. Wigger (2011), Staatliche Anreize für private Bildungsinvestitionen, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 99, Baden-Baden.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Tobias Hagen, Philipp Mohl, Steffen Osterloh and Mark O. Sellenthin (2010), Die Zukunft der EU-Strukturpolitik, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 94, Baden-Baden. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Lars P. Feld, Benny Geys, Christoph Gröpl, Sebastian Hauptmeier and Alexander Kalb (2009), Der kommunale Kassenkredit zwischen Liquiditätssicherung und Missbrauchsgefahr, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 93, Baden-Baden.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Michael Förg, Dieter Frey, Eva Jonas, Waldemar Rotfuß, Eva Traut-Mattausch and Peter Westerheide (2008), Psychologie, Wachstum und Reformfähigkeit, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 88, Baden-Baden.

Heinemann, Friedrich, Philipp Mohl and Steffen Osterloh (2008), Reform Options for the EU Own Resource System, ZEW Economic Studies, Bd. 40, Heidelberg. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Michael Knogler, Dan Stegarescu, Volkhart Vincentz and Sebastian Hauptmeier (2007), Transparenz und Nachhaltigkeit der Haushaltspolitik in den neuen EU-Staaten, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 82, Baden-Baden.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2007), The Drivers of Deregulation in the Era of Globalization, in: Peter Bernholz und Roland Vaubel, Political Competition and Economic Regulation, Lonon, New York, 245-266.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2006), How distant is Lisbon from Maastricht? The short-run link between structural reforms and budgetary performance, in: Deroose, S; Flores, E. and Turrini, A., Proceedings from the ECFIN Workshop "The budgetary implications of structural reforms", European Economy, Economic Papers Bd. 248, Brussels, 130-168. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2003), The Political Economy of EU Enlargement and the Treaty of Nice, in: Franco Praussello, The Economics of EU Enlargement, Milano, 19-38.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2003), Die Defizitentwicklung in der Eurozone und die Bedeutung der Konsolidierungsstrategie, in: Rolf Caesar, Konrad Lammers und Hans-Eckart Scharrer, Konvergenz und Divergenz in der Europäischen Union, Empirische Befunde und wirtschaftspolitische Implikationen, HWWA-Studien Bd. 74, Baden-Baden, 85-99.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2003), The Benefits of Creating an Integrated EU Market for Investment Funds, in: Cecchini, Paolo, Heinemann, Friedrich und Mathias Jopp, The Incomplete European Market for Financial Services, ZEW Economic Studies Bd. 19, Heidelberg, 89-103.

Schüler, Martin and Friedrich Heinemann eds. (2003), How Integrated are the European Retail Financial Markets? A Cointegration Analysis, ZEW Economic Studies, Bd. 19, Heidelberg/New York.

Cecchini, Paolo, Friedrich Heinemann and Mathias Jopp eds. (2003), The Incomplete European Market for Financial Services, ZEW Economic Studies, Bd. 19, Heidelberg/New York.

Heinemann, Friedrich and Martin Schüler (2003), Integration Benefits on EU Retail Credit Markets – Evidence from Interest Rate Pass-through, ZEW Economic Studies, Bd. 19, Heidelberg/New York.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2003), The Political Economy of Eastern Enlargement, in: Stefano Manzocchi, The Economics of Enlargement, Houndmills, 349-373.

Heinemann, Friedrich (2001), Europäische Finanzverfassung, in: Renate Ohr und Theresa Theurl, Kompendium Europäische Wirtschaftspolitik, München, 205-239.

Heinemann, Friedrich (1996), Die ökonomische Föderalismustheorie und ihre Botschaft für die Kompetenzaufteilung im Mehrebenensystem der EU, in: Thomas König et al., Das europäische Mehrebenensystem, Mannheimer Jahrbuch für Europäische Sozialforschung Bd. 1, Frankfurt, 117-132.

Heinemann, Friedrich (1995), Die Finanzverfassung und Kompetenzausstattung der Europäischen Union nach Maastricht, ZEW Wirtschaftsanalysen, Bd. 5, Baden-Baden.

Heinemann, Friedrich (1994), Staatsverschuldung - Ursachen und Begrenzung, Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft, Beiträge zur Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik Bd. 214, Köln.

Discussion Papers and Working Papers

Asatryan, Zareh, Thushyanthan Baskaran and Friedrich Heinemann (2014), The Effect of Direct Democracy on the Level and Structure of Local Taxes, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 14-003, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich and Theocharis Grigoriadis (2013), Origins of Reform Resistance and the Southern European Regime, WWWforEurope Working Paper, 20, Vienna. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Eckhard Janeba, Marc-Daniel Moessinger and Christoph Schröder (2013), Revenue Autonomy Preference in German State Parliaments, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 13-090, Mannheim. Download

Asatryan, Zareh, Thushyanthan Baskaran, Theocharis Grigoriadis and Friedrich Heinemann (2013), Direct Democracy and Local Public Finances under Cooperative Federalism, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 13-038, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich and Friedrich Schneider (2011), Religion and the Shadow Economy, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 11-038, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2010), Voluntary Giving and Economic Growth: Time Series Evidence for the US, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 10-075, Mannheim. Download

Expertises

Fuest, Clemens, Friedrich Heinemann, Jan Hogrefe, Marcus Kappler, Marc-Daniel Moessinger, Frauke Schleer, Atilim Seymen and Christoph Schröder (2014), Die Krise im Euroraum nachhaltig überwinden, Fortschritte in den Krisenländern und institutionelle Herausforderungen, vbw - Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e.V., München. Download

Bassford, Matthew, Sophie-Charlotte Brune, James Gilbert, Friedrich Heinemann, Florian Misch, PhD, Marc-Daniel Moessinger, Steffen Osterloh and Stefani Weiss (2013), The European Added Value of EU Spendung: Can the EU Help its Member States to Save Money?, Exploratory Study, Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gütersloh. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2012), FIRE for the Euro, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Tanja Hennighausen and Christoph Schröder (2012), Der Weg zu einer "Agenda 2030" - Reformen zwischen objektiver Notwendigkeit und individueller Verweigerung, Studie herausgegeben von der Stiftung Familienunternehmen, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Florian Misch, PhD, Marc-Daniel Moessinger, Christoph Schröder and Mustafa Yeter (2012), Stellungnahme zum Gesetzespaket Fiskalvertrag, ESM und Bundesschuldenwesen, Anhörung Deutscher Bundestag, Haushaltsausschuss, 7. Mai 2012, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich (2011), Überlegungen zum nächsten EU-Finanzrahmen, Stellungnahme zum Fachgespräch des Deutschen Bundestages am 11. Mai 2011, Deutscher Bundestag, EU-Ausschuss, Ausschussdrucksache 17(21)0538, Deutscher Bundestag, Berlin.

Eichfelder, Sebastian, Lisa Evers, Sven Christian Gläser, Friedrich Heinemann, Holger Jenzen, Alexander Kalb and Florian Misch, PhD (2010), Auswirkungen von Steuervereinfachungen, Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie, Mannheim. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Tobias Hagen, Philipp Mohl, Steffen Osterloh and Mark O. Sellenthin (2009), Zukunft der EU-Strukturpolitik, Mannheim.

Förg, Michael, Dieter Frey, Friedrich Heinemann, Eva Jonas, Waldemar Rotfuß, Eva Traut-Mattausch and Peter Westerheide (2007), Psychologie, Wachstum und Reformfähigkeit, Gutachten für das Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Mannheim, München, Duisburg, Salzburg. Download

Heinemann, Friedrich, Volkhart Vincentz, Michael Knogler, Dan Stegarescu and Sebastian Hauptmeier (2006), Transparency and sustainability of budgetary policy in the new EU member countries, Bundesministerium der Finanzen, Mannheim.

Projects

Current Projects

Charitable Giving and Fundraising in a Tax Regime

Competition for Public Offices, Quality of Politicians, and Fiscal Performance – an Empirical analysis of German Municipalities

Direct Democracy and Local Public Finances: Evidence from Bavarian Municipalities

Effective Levels of Company Taxation Within an Enlarged European Union and Related Supporting Services

SME taxation in Europe – An empirical study of applied corporate income taxation for SMEs compared to large enterprises

Study on Foundations Supporting Research and Innovation in the EU: Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment, Comparative Analysis, Trends and Potential

Sustainably Overcoming the Crisis in the Euro-Zone: Progress in the Crisis-Countries and Institutional Challenges

Tax Policy in the EU in an Environment of new Fiscal Institutions and Coordination Procedures

The international context of tax and public sector reform decisions

Update 2014 of the Country Index for Family Enterprises

Welfare, Wealth and Work for Europe

Finished Projects

Arbeitsmarkteffekte der EWU

Auswirkungen der Besteuerung von Kapitaleinkünften und Veräußerungsgewinnen auf Vermögensbildung und Finanzmärkte

Analysis of Selected Aspects Concerning Public Revenue and Expenditure, and Extrabudgetary Funds and Implicit Liabilities in the New Member Countries

Benchmark Study for Family Owned Companies

Characteristics of Sovereign Debt Restructurings and their Consequences

Charitable Giving and Fundraising in a Tax Regime

Climate Proofing" of key EU Policies - short term actions

Costs of inefficient supervisory structures in Europe

Determinants of Public Sector Efficiency in Germany

Determinants of Reform Capability in Europe

Determinants of Welfare State Moral

Development study LiMa-Benchmark

Economic Expertise on the German Vertical Equalization Scheme

Effectiveness of Measures against Moonlighting (Exploratory Study)

Employment and Demography: Improving Future Opportunities for the German Economy

EU Banking Supervision and Increasing Integration of Financial Markets

EU-CONSENT

European schemes of social assistance in the enlarged European Union. A theoretical and empirical analysis of the statutory and institutional settings of the European schemes of social assistance with special consideration to the Eastern European countries

Evaluation of reform options for the EU financial framework 2007-2013

Evaluation of tax expenditures

Excellence in public administration for competitiveness in EU Member States

Fairness perception of tax and welfare state reforms

Feasibility Study: Competence Catalogue for Europe - The Optimal Allocation of Tasks Between the EU and its Member States

Financial Market Restrictions of Fiscal Policy in the Federal System of the EU

Gateway to Euroland

Impact of media consumption and media competition on economic policy preferences

Increased Capital Market Integration in a Monetary Union and its Impact on the Economic Development of Regions

International comparison of growth-oriented tax systems

Marginal tax rates, labour supply and economic growth

Methodical Problems of Medium-term Projections using the Example of Potential Output

National Fiscal Rules - An Instrument to avoid crises of confidence?

Network Growth and Business Cycle Analyses

New transmission mechanisms in a global economy

Non profit organizations as reform potentials in modern welfare states

Possibilities and limits of EU finance

Psychology, growth and the ability to reform

Public Debt Monitor: Coverage of Public Debt in Germany (Update 2006)

Public incentives for private investments in education – efficiency analysis, international trends, reform options

Public Sector Efficiency in Germany

Reform options for the EU financial framework 2014-2020

SEEK-Project 2010: Taxation and Corporate Innovation

tax data base Federal Ministry of Finance

Tax policy decisions in fiscal competition

The Benefits of a Working EU Market for Financial Services

The effects of tax simplifications

The European Added Value of the EU Budget: Can the EU Help its Member States to Save Money?

The European Single Market in Investment Funds and Asset Management

The Future of EU Regional Policy

The Future of Fiscal Federalism in Germany and Europe

The problem of local debt in Germany due to increasing ways and mean advances: methods of resolution in an international comparison

The Share of Growth-Enhancing Expenditure in EU Regional Spending

The Suitability of Structural Indicators as an Instrument to Evaluate the Economic Performance of EU Member States

Towards an "Agenda 2030": Strategies to Overcome Reform Resistance

Update 2008 of the Country Index for Family Enterprises

Update 2010 of the Country Index for Family Enterprises

Update 2012 to the Country Index for Family Enterprises

Venture Development Bonds

ZEW-Growth Monitor


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