In the aftermath of the global financial crises, the Johannes Kepler University founded the Institute for Comprehensive Analysis of the Economy (ICAE) in 2009. At the ICAE, economic developement is understood as a result of the complex interaction between a set of different influencing factors and therefore, a strong emphazise is given to interdisciplinary approaches, conceptual openness and theoretical diversity.
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Jakob Kapeller is guest on 'Deutschlandfunk' podcast about the costs and benefits of 'cheap money'. Stream now!
What is economic openness and how can it be measured? New article in the blog 'Ökonomenstimme'.
Tension between euro zone and the EU can be seen in the south - especially in Italy. Philipp Heimberger and Nikolaus Kowall dispel some myths.
What would Keynes have said about European fiscal policy? Find answers in Philipp Heimberger's article.