1. 24.05.2022 · ZEW (bch/rge/phg/ybr)
    Conferences
    Energy transition | Climate Change | Environment | CO2
    Picture of Professor Lucas Bretschger during his lecture at ZEW

    On 16 and 17 May 2022, around 80 energy and environmental economists from Germany and abroad participated in the tenth Mannheim Conference on Energy and the Environment at ZEW Mannheim. For two days, international researchers discussed various topics of energy, climate and environmental economics. This year, the conference focused on energy efficiency, electricity markets, behavioural economic instruments and CO2 pricing.

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  2. 20.05.2022 · ZEW (kko/ybr)
    Dates and News
    ZEW Sponsors' Association for Science and Practice | Investment policy | Energy efficiency
    Group picture of the ZEW Board of Sponsors.

    At its meeting on 18 May 2022, the board of the ZEW – Sponsors’ Association for Science and Practice decided to fund two scientific projects at ZEW. The board met for the first time under the chairmanship of Dr. Ralph Rheinboldt and with additional members: With now nine company representatives on the board, the Sponsors’ Association continues to expand its regional outreach and diversity and is a reflection of the outstanding companies in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.

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  3. 13.05.2022 · ZEW (ybr)
    Public Events
    Ukraine | Energy Policy | International Relations and Foreign Policy
    Screenshot of U.S. Consul General Norman Thatcher Scharpf (pictured left) and ZEW President Prof. Dr. Achim Wambach, PhD, at #ZEWlive on the economic impact of the Ukraine war.

    This year, 8 May, Victory in Europe Day, celebrating the end of the Second World War, was more symbolic than ever. The Russian invasion of Ukraine triggered a serious humanitarian crisis. The consequences of the war are being felt around the world. But what impact does the war in Ukraine have on the economy? This was discussed by U.S. Consul General Norman Thatcher Scharpf and ZEW President Professor Achim Wambach on 10 May 2022 as part of the digital event series #ZEWlive. The event was moderated by journalist Jessica Sturmberg.

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  4. 12.05.2022 · ZEW (kki/ybr)
    Conferences
    Sustainability | Climate Change | Financial Markets | Demographic change
    Symbol image of paper figure standing on money.

    How do demographic change and climate change affect financial markets and their actors? In what ways do they influence financial decision-making, pensions, interest rates, and even the architecture and regulation of financial markets and institutions? To explore these questions, ZEW Mannheim organised a conference on “Ageing and Sustainable Finance” from 6 to 8 April 2022.

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  5. 05.05.2022 · ZEW (msc/ybr)
    Business Cycle Tableaus by ZEW and Börsen-Zeitung
    Ukraine | Business Cycle | Inflation rate | Energy Prices | Public bond
    Table of the collected data of the business cycle tableau for Germany.

    After the economic experts had significantly adjusted their forecasts in the previous month, this month they only see the need to adjust their projections more strongly with regard to inflation. What is rather unusual is the wide range of forecasts. This is the result of the business cycle tableaus by ZEW Mannheim and the German daily newspaper, Börsen-Zeitung.

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  6. 02.05.2022 · ZEW (sel)
    Events
    First-Hand Information on Economic Policy | Digitisation | Innovation | Germany
     EFI Annual Report 2022 on digitalization.

    It is undisputed that Germany has some catching up to do in terms of digitalisation. Particularly in digital key technologies and the digital transformation of the health care system, the Federal Republic cannot keep up with other countries, criticise the members of the Expert Commission on Research and Innovation (EFI) in their Annual Report 2022. On 28 April 2022, Professor Irene Bertschek, head of the ZEW Research Department “Digital Economy” and member of the EFI Expert Commission, and Dr. Anna Christmann, Commissioner for the Digital Industry and Start-ups of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action, discussed the measures that the government coalition parties envisage with regard to digitalisation as part of the ZEW event series "First-Hand Information on Economic Policy”.

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  7. 27.04.2022 · ZEW (kgt/thp)
    Call for Papers
    Call for Papers | Integration | Migration research

    The Integration of Migrants and Attitudes Towards the Welfare State (IMES) Junior Research Group, a joint research group of ZEW Mannheim and the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) at the University of Mannheim is pleased to announce an international workshop on immigration, integration and attitudes on 22 and 23 September 2022 in Mannheim. The event brings together international scholars from different social sciences (political science, sociology, economics) studying the impact of migration in the host countries.

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  8. 27.04.2022 · ZEW (sti/deg)
    Dates and News
    ZEW Annual Report | Annual report (company)
    Cover image shows the ZEW Annual Report 2021

    In spring 2022, the first easing of COVID-19 restrictions was barely in sight before the next crisis followed. With the Russian attack on Ukraine, Germany was once again placed in a state of emergency. “The state is tasked with managing these crises, but must not neglect its long-term responsibilities. With our research, we provide orientation for economic policy action and make fact-based information available to the public. Especially in times of uncertainty, this is more important than ever,” explains ZEW President Professor Achim Wambach. The ZEW Annual Report 2021, which has now been published in German, provides an overview of ZEW’s activities in the past year.

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  9. 20.04.2022 · ZEW (ybr)
    Call for Papers
    Labour Market

    ZEW Mannheim is pleased to announce the fifth workshop on spatial dimensions of the labour market, jointly organised with the Institute for Employment Research (IAB), on 5 and 6 October 2022 in Nuremberg. This year, a special focus is on aspects revolving around the Covid-19 crisis. The pandemic causes enormous economic and social disruptions which might affect regional labour markets in various ways in the short and long term.

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  10. 13.04.2022 · ZEW (nha/ybr)
    Events
    Conference | Digitisation | Competition Policy
    Picture of Professor Frédéric Jenny.

    The digital economy poses enormous challenges for policymakers in terms of innovation, competition and regulation. How can digital markets be regulated properly, how can innovations be fostered and competition be made fair at the same time? These and many other questions were discussed by around 190 participants from science, politics and business at this year’s annual conference of the Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation (MaCCI) at ZEW Mannheim.

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