Ph.D. students Ruggero Jappelli, Errikos Melissinos, Christian Mücke, and Rachel Nam are on the 2024 economics job market

Lawyer Nikolai Badenhoop to lead a new Leibniz Junior Research Group on “Sustainable Finance Law in Europe”

A SAFE Policy Letter uses pre-war data to explain Russia’s resilience to international sanctions

SAFE Professor attributes recent developments in the U.S. bond market to quantity effects

SAFE Director sees the European Central Bank’s (ECB) latest monetary policy decision as a consistent continuation of its course, which also considers the international environment

The likelihood that certain life events such as marriage, having children, divorce, or death will occur at a given age for German citizens varies by gender, level of education, income, and place of residence

Peter Andre to join SAFE as of 1 October 2023

Financial market researcher replaces Uwe Walz as Deputy Scientific Director of the Frankfurt-based Leibniz Institute

In a SAFE-CEPR Policy Web Seminar, economist Enrico Perotti suggests that central banks and governments should ensure a core stock of safe assets in crises

The interdisciplinary research group led by Rainer Haselmann and Tobias Tröger enters the second funding period