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  • Economic Bulletin 8 / 1997

    Wages, Exchange Rates and Competitiveness

    1997| Reinhard Pohl
  • Economic Bulletin 5 / 2003

    The German Economy in the Spring of 2003

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    Stability Criteria and Convergence: The Role of the System of National Accounts for Fiscal Policy in Europe

    In: Allgemeines Statistisches Archiv 87 (2003), 2, S. 113-131 | Tilman Brück, Andreas Cors, Klaus F. Zimmermann, Rudolf Zwiener
  • Weekly Report 36 / 2005

    Credit and Private Equity Financing in Young Innovative Small and Medium-sized Companies in Germany

    Successful newly established companies are a significant factor for the prosperous development of a national economy. Young innovative companies play a key role in the quick market launch and distribution of new technologies and products. As founders only rarely have sufficient own funds, financing has a considerable influence on the success of a newly established company. In the course of the investment ...

    2005| Dorothea Schäfer, Axel Werwatz, Volker Zimmermann
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    Long-Run Money Demand in the New EU Member States with Exchange Rate Effects

    Within a wide range of other economic and financial indicators, money is highly relevant to the two-pillar monetary strategy of the European Central Bank for detecting risks to price stability over the medium term. Money demand models are a natural benchmark for assessing monetary developments. The existence of a well-specified and stable relation between money and prices can be perceived as a prerequisite ...

    In: Eastern European Economics 45 (2007), 2, S. 75-94 | Christian Dreger, Hans-Eggert Reimers, Barbara Roffia
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    Relationship Banking and SMEs: A Theoretical Analysis

    Reliable information on small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is rare and costly for financial intermediaries. Therefore relationship banking is often considered as the appropriate lending technique. In this paper we offer a theoretical model to analyze relationship banking and the pricing behavior of banks in a Bertrand competition framework with monitoring costs. We show that the lack of reliable ...

    In: Small Business Economics 27 (2006), 2-3, S. 127-137 | Timo Baas, Mechthild Schrooten
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    Long-Run Money Demand in the New EU Member States with Exchange Rate Effects

    Frankfurt am Main: ECB, 2006, 31 S.
    (Working Paper Series / European Central Bank ; 628)
    | Christian Dreger, Hans-Eggert Reimers, Barbara Roffia
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 3 / 2014

    Financial Sector: Upward Trend in Share of Women on Corporate Boards Progressing Only in Small Steps

    Last year, more women were appointed to the executive boards of major financial institutions. The share of women on the executive boards of banks and savings banks at the end of 2013 was a good six percent, which represents an increase of almost two percentage points over the previous year. This increase is primarily attributable to changes at private financial institutions and cooperative banks. At ...

    2014| Elke Holst, Anja Kirsch
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    Fiscal Policy Rules for Stabilisation and Growth: A Simulation Analysis of Deficit and Expenditure Targets in a Monetary Union

    We analyse the effectiveness of fiscal policy rules for business cycle stabilisation in a monetary union using a quarterly macro-econometric model of Germany. The simulations compare a deficit target and an expenditure target under a range of supply, demand and fiscal shocks. Their effects are evaluated by their impact on prices and output. The analysis demonstrates that in general the deficit target ...

    In: Journal of Policy Modeling 28 (2006), 4, S. 357-369 | Tilman Brück, Rudolf Zwiener
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 4 / 2012

    Passed Over for Promotions: Women Still Severely Underrepresented on Financial Sector Boards

    Opportunities to increase the proportion of female board members in Germany's financial sector were missed during post-crisis period of management shakeups. As of 2011, the proportion of women on executive boards was still as low as in previous years: 3.2 percent in Germany's 100 largest banks and savings banks and 3.6 percent at 59 insurance companies surveyed. The percentage of women on supervisory ...

    2012| Elke Holst, Julia Schimeta
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