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Ahead of the UN Biodiversity Conference in Montreal: A call for science, politics, business, and civil society to join forces for nature-positive corporate action

 

Central bank experts see tighter financial conditions as key challenges for households

In a SAFE LawLab event, economists and lawyers discussed the assessment of Columbia Law School Professor Kathryn Judge on the transformation of the economy through middlemen, from financial aspects to consumer goods

A financial crisis is often followed by political polarization and increased support for populist parties

A joint study by SAFE and ZEW Mannheim shows the positive effects of having a digital pension overview that takes all three pillars of old-age provision into account

On 1 December 2022, the scientific directorship at SAFE will change hands

In a SAFE-CEPR Policy Web Seminar, ECB experts set out the details of the current “Macroprudential Challenge of Climate Change” report

Research project examines financing of low-emission vehicles through bank lending

A SAFE Working Paper examines whether and how the role of the U.S. is changing in the global financial system – a new approach to understand how China and other countries are now directly competing for global dominance

Oliver Hinz coordinates the new network as Bridge Professor