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Frank Streif (2015), Tax Competition in Europe - Europe in Competition with Other World Regions?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 15-082, Mannheim. Download (as PDF file, 384 KB)

Sebastian Blesse and Thorsten Martin (2015), Let's Stay in Touch - Evidence on the Role of Social Learning in Local Tax Interactions, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 15-081, Mannheim. Download (as PDF file, 2,12 MB)

Thomas Zwick, Katharina Frosch, Karin Hoisl, and Dietmar Harhoff (2015), The Power of Individual-Level Drivers of Inventive Performance, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 15-080, Mannheim. Download (as PDF file, 920 KB)

Michael Hübler, Oliver Schenker, and Carolyn Fischer (2015), Second-Best Analysis of European Energy Policy: Is One Bird in the Hand Worth Two in the Bush?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 15-079, Mannheim. Download (as PDF file, 408 KB)

Financial Market Report Switzerland

Credit Suisse and the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim have been carrying out the Financial Market Test Switzerland (a monthly survey of financial market analysts) since June 2006. Detailed results of the survey conducted between November 02 to November 16, 2015 are published here.

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ZEW policy brief

ZEW policy brief - No. 5, 2015: The Road to Paris: Towards a Fair and Effective Climate Agreement?
Even in situations of uncertainty, early and credible commitments like "intended nationally determined contributions" (INDCs) serve as important signals for future climate cooperation. Given that situations and needs vary among countries, discussions on minimum participation rules can be expected to remain controversial among key players. Coordinated emission reductions through the linking of different emission trading systems reduce the price tag of global climate policy goals. Funding from industrialised countries for adaptation measures in developing countries - a potentially important part of a fair and effective global climate agreement - can be driven by the funders? own self-interest and motivated by international trade.

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