1. 14.01.2020 · ZEW (jgl)
    Guests at ZEW
    Labour Market | Visiting Researcher | Health economics | Microeconometrics | Human Resource Management

    Barbara Boggiano is a visiting researcher in ZEW’s Research Department “Labour Markets and Human Resources” on a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) from 1 October 2019 to 31 July 2020. She is a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Leicester, UK. Her research interests lie in the fields of applied microeconometrics, as well as labour and health economics.

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  2. 13.01.2020 · ZEW (sel)
    Public Events

    Be it the climate emergency, Green Deal, climate conference, or the climate package: Germany is taking climate policy seriously. On 13 January 2020, Peter Altmaier, Federal Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy, gave a talk at ZEW Mannheim about where the Federal Republic of Germany stands in terms of climate policy, the energy transition, and how it should all progress. Within the context of the research project “Dialogue on the Economics of Climate Change”, Altmaier spoke at ZEW as part of its First-Hand Information on Economic Policy event series before an audience of some 220 guests from the realms of business, science and society. How to shape a successful energy transition in Germany, how democratic climate policy is implemented nationally and internationally, and what role Germany has to play in all of this were focal points of the talk.

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  3. 07.01.2020 · ZEW (fhe/sel)
    Research
    ZEW study shows growing competitiveness of Russia and other emerging economies.

    Irrespective of political tensions and concerns about democracy and the rule of law, recent years have seen Turkey, Russia and China expand their attractiveness as business locations. This was one conclusion of the “Länderindex Familienunternehmen – Emerging Markets” (“Country Index for Family Businesses – Emerging Markets”), a study which ZEW Mannheim carried out for the Foundation for Family Businesses. The study ranks Russia in first place, followed by Turkey and China.

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  4. 18.12.2019 · ZEW (dhr/ggr)
    Dates and News
    United States
    Flag of the United States of America

    Scientists from ZEW Mannheim will once again be attending the ASSA Annual Meeting held in the United States in 2020. Taking place from 3 to 5 January in San Diego, the 2020 edition of the event is set to welcome over 13,000 participants. This makes the ASSA Annual Meeting the most important conference in the world for economists. The conference is jointly organised by the American Economic Association (AEA) and the Allied Social Science Association (ASSA).

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  5. 17.12.2019 · ZEW (thp)
    Guests at ZEW
    Visiting Researcher | Patent

    Ge Yin was a visiting researcher in ZEW’s Department “Economics of Innovation and Industrial Dynamics” from 4 November to 6 December 2019. She is a doctoral researcher at the National School of Development (NSD) at Peking University in China. Furthermore, she visited Harvard Kennedy School at Harvard University in Cambridge, United States, for one year. Her research interests are on innovation economics and development economics, with a particular focus on topics concerning patent quality.

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  6. 16.12.2019 · ZEW (mot/chs)
    Questions & Answers
    Wind energy | Wind turbine | Renewable Energies | Competitive tendering | Competition
    ZEW researcher Marion Ott explains the procedure of public fund auctions for wind-energy plants.ic fund auctions for wind-energy plants

    By 2030, renewable energy is to cover 65 percent of German energy supply. This is why the German Federal Government is planning to invite tenders for new public funds. In the past, competition for wind energy plant support was low, however. For the state, a lack of competition drives up the costs for renewable energy expansion, because it allows companies to place higher-priced bids.

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  7. 16.12.2019 · ZEW (msc/ybr)
    Conferences
    Real estate | Real Estate Asset Pricing
    Group picture of the participants of the 11th ReCapNet Conference at ZEW

    This year, the eleventh Real Estate and Capital Markets Network (ReCapNet) conference took place at ZEW Mannheim on 14 and 15 November. Around 40 international researchers discussed current findings on the subject of real estate asset pricing. Keynote speeches and presentations of research papers focused on questions relating to pricing and the risks of real estate investments.

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  8. 16.12.2019 · ZEW (fhe/thp)
    Dates and News
    European identity | Europe
    Current ZEW research findings on our new theme page European Integration

    The EU is not just the number one market for German companies – it is also a space of unrestricted mobility for its people, no matter whether they are employees, students, tourists or senior citizens.

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  9. 11.12.2019 · ZEW (chs/dhr)
    Dates and News
    Student competition | Pupils | Award | Environmental protection
    Winning team from Weinheim at the YES! award ceremony with ZEW President Achim Wambach

    On 9 December, the Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, Christian Hirte, presented the award for the 2019 nation-wide student competition YES! to the winning team from Weinheim, which was mentored by ZEW Mannheim. With their project “Greenpay – A private incentive system for a sustainable future”, the high school students of the Werner-Heisenberg-Gymnasium won first place in the competition organised by the Joachim Herz Stiftung and the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics. They were mentored by Carina Fugger, a researcher in ZEW’s “Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management” Department.

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  10. 09.12.2019 · ZEW (jgl)
    Guests at ZEW
    Visiting Researcher | Digital Economy

    Professor Marianne Saam was a visiting researcher in ZEW’s Research Department “Digital Economy” from 25 November to 6 December 2019. She is a professor for innovation economics and policy at the Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Transformation (CEIT) of Ruhr-University Bochum. Her research interests include economic growth, innovation, digital economy and structural change.

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