Publications

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The German Economy during the Financial and Economic Crisis since 2008/2009

An Unexpected Success Story Revisited

Only one decade ago, Germany was calles "the sick man of Europe". Nowadays, the same comments speak about Germany as "Europe's engine". What are the reasons behind that considerable change in the performance of the German economy and its public observation abroad? Lothar Funk from Duesseldorf University of Applied Sciences explains in his report some of the main reasons behind that change with sepcial respect to the situation of te German labour market. more…

Prof. Dr. Lothar Funk | January 7, 2013

A Proposal for a Way Forward on EU-Japan Cooperation at the Nexus of Security and Development

Results of the KAS-EJARN Project at the Nexus of Security and Development in 2011/2012 more…

December 31, 2012

Sustainable Growth - Financial Stability

Current Lessons for Social and Economic Governance

Occasional Paper on the conference "Sustainable Grwoth - Financial Stability", jointly organized by the KAS Social and Economic Governance Programm (SOPAS) and the Institute for International Monetary Affairs (IIMA) on 02 October 2012 in Tokyo more…

December 31, 2012

Access to Resources

Perspectives for Economic and Trade Policy and International Relations

Lecture delivered by Philipp Mißfelder, MP, Foreign Policy Spokesman of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group, at an evening debate organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Keizai Koho Center in Tokyo, 2012. more…

December 31, 2012

Social and Economic Challenges in Germany and China - Effects on Growth, Employment and Currencies

KAS | Beijing and the Social and Economic Governance Programme Asia organised a lecture with Dr Michael Fuchs, MdB, which addressed the challenges that German and Chinese markets are facing in the economic crisis. more…

Event Reports | July 12, 2012