The current study by DIW Econ, in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Claudia Kemfert, DIW Berlin, commissioned by the Bavarian SPD state parliamentary group, examines how the Free State of Bavaria can achieve a just transition into a emission neutral future. For this purpose, the study discusses specific social-ecological measures for the upcoming political reorientation in the sectors of energy, transport, buildings and industry.
In the current issue of DIW Berlin: Politikberatung kompakt 168, DIW Econ and Prof Dr Claudia Kemfert, Dr Claus Michelsen as well as Dr Marius Clemens of the DIW Berlin analyse the macroeconomic impacts and climate protection effects of the German Reconstruction and Resilience Plan (DARP) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF). The goals of the DARP are to stabilise the economy and promote economic transformation.
Due to the planned partial financing from the European Reconstruction and Resilience Facility (ARF), the impact analysis of the DARP not only quantifies the economic and financial policy effects but also evaluates the effects of the DARP measures with regard to the requirements of the European Commission, which were defined in a predefined catalogue of criteria.
Companies rate the business climate with the best value since 2005!
The SME survey 2015 was conducted from August to September on behalf of Berliner Sparkasse / Landesbank Berlin. The responses of almost 1,000 representatives of small and medium-sized enterprises from the region were evaluated and led to the result that the economic situation and future prospects in the Berlin and Brandenburg region continue to be optimistic from a business perspective.
DIW Berlin Weekly Report 24 / 2011
DIW Weekly Report 19/2009, pp. 314-320