In a SAFE Policy Web Seminar economists Charles Goodhart and Manoj Pradhan explain how globalization and demographic change affect the world economy

SAFE researchers answer consumer questions on artificial intelligence in companies and the financial sector, fintechs, and investments

Young people have to cope with lower earning opportunities in the long term. Poorer households are more affected.

Half a year after the spread of the Coronavirus, most German households are spared financial losses. Loss of income continues to affect the self-employed and certain industries.

SAFE Director welcomes the European Commission’s new Capital Markets Union (CMU) action plan as helpful but lukewarm. It lacks the long-awaited push for a supranational market supervisor in the interest of investor protection.

SAFE Director sees the current monetary policy decision of the European Central Bank as a wait-and-see stance, which nevertheless harmonizes with sovereign aid programs for companies during the Corona crisis

SAFE researcher shapes the agenda of the Global Corporate Governance Colloquia until 2022

Covid-19 shock mainly affects small and medium-sized enterprises

SAFE researcher Charline Uhr answers consumer questions about investments

SAFE White Paper shows that the loss carryback as a tool of economic policy becomes much more effective if it is extended to local business tax