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Podcast with Tim Jones, December 8th, 2020, approx. 45 minutes.
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The second edition of the Charlemagne Prize Europe Summit, November 13th, 2020.
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The Institute of International Monetary Research, University of Buckingham, 21 October 2020.

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Project Syndicate: Germany’s Ineffective Green Unilateralism

Unilateralism May 20, 2021 Hans-Werner Sinn Climate change is a serious problem for humanity, but ambitious unilateral action by governments is self-defeating and will achieve little. Read more

Project Syndicate/The Guardian: Europe’s Special Inflation Risks

If the economy recovers and fiscal stimulus turbocharges pent-up demand, a lot of bank credit could suddenly emerge from central bank money.Read more

Project Syndicate/The Guardian: Europe’s Vaccination Debacle

With under-supplied vaccination facilities and overcrowded COVID-19 wards, the European Union is reaping what it sowed last summer when it decided to put the European Commission in charge of preordering vaccines. Read more

Successful Immigration and the New German Vaccine

BioNTech's new-model RNA-based vaccine has emerged as the leading contender to bring an end to the COVID-19 pandemic, possibly within the coming year. Read more

Karlspreis Europa Summit 2020 (English Version)

The second edition of the Charlemagne Prize Europe Summit took place for the first time in digital form on Friday, 13.11.2020Watch the Video

The Economics of Target Balances

Professor Hans-Werner Sinn, CESifo and University of Munich, highlights Target balances risks and proposes radical reform of the ECBWatch the Video

"30 years of reunification of the two Germanys: "Except for the old Communists who have lost power, every ordinary person in East Germany is a winner."

30 years of reunification of the two Germanys: "Except for the old Communists who have lost power, every ordinary person in East Germany is a winner.Read more

Europe’s Green Dirigisme

In pursuing its grand environmental ambitions, the European Commission has ignored a commonsense solution in favor of an approach based on central planning and pervasive state intervention in the economy.Read more

The Euro Crisis’s New Clothes

The European Union's new €750 billion recovery fund is intended to tackle crises such as collapsing manufacturing output in southern member states like Spain and Italy.Read more

Germany’s Constitution and European Sovereignty

The recent controversial ruling against the European Central Bank by Germany's Federal Constitutional Court could not have come at a worse time. Read more

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