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Vincent Dreher is a DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow from September through November 2016. During his fellowship at AICGS, Mr. Dreher will conduct research related to his PhD project “Researching the Financial Stability Board. A Comparative Analysis of International Financial Regulatory Policies after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09.” In his thesis he argues that both internationally …Read More

The shock of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has German carmakers scrambling. Not only is Britain their number one export market, last year, British buyers spent €22 billion on over 800,000 BMWs, Mercedes, Volkswagens and other German cars. What’s more, Britain is also deeply embedded in the German automakers’ complex supply chains. The …Read More

In this podcast, Peter Rashish, Senior Advisor for Trade and Transatlantic Relations at Transnational Strategy Group LLC, talks about geoeconomics and the importance of rules within international trade. Within the discussion, Mr. Rashish touches on TPP, economic order, and the future needs for the U.S. and the international economy. The podcast originally appeared on the …Read More

In a recent speech delivered at the World Affairs Council and American Council on Germany in San Francisco, Dr. Andreas Dombret, Member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank, assessed the current market environment after Brexit, noting that while financial markets are not in panic, investments are looking for guidance in a period of …Read More

With Britain’s decision to leave the EU, the clouds of uncertainty hanging over the proposed US-EU free trade deal (known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or TTIP) have become darker. The negotiations were formally launched three years ago and have stalled because of transatlantic differences (for instance over issues of investor protections and …Read More

A weekly round-up of news and happenings in German-American relations. Business and Economics The effects of Brexit notwithstanding, European companies have suffered an alarming decline in standing over the last decade compared to their American and Asian competitors. What happened? (Economist) Germany to hike minimum wage: Just one year old, the minimum wage in Germany …Read More

A weekly round-up of news and happenings in German-American relations. Business and Economics Moelis & Co. names Bank of America’s Stefan Mueller to head investment banking in Germany. (Bloomberg) After Brexit, the Dax recovery rally continues. (FAZ) The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday said that Britain’s pending exit from the European Union is posing “a …Read More

How do the political struggles on intellectual property rights play out at the international level? Conventional wisdom holds that business interests in the European Union and the United States dominate global economic governance. Indeed, historically, rights holders have been the driving force behind international intellectual property regulation.[1] However, more recently, materially weaker actors with diffuse …Read More

A weekly round-up of news and happenings in German-American relations. Business and Economics German banks exploited a legal loophole that allowed two parties to claim ownership of the same shares. (Reuters) Volkswagen shareholders air grievances at their annual meeting. Management bonuses, sagging profits and an emissions scandal have all caused the company’s stock to plunge. …Read More

A weekly round-up of news and happenings in German-American relations. Business and Economics The prospect of Britons voting to leave the EU next week fueled global market upheaval on Tuesday, with investors rushing for safety and sending the UK currency and stocks to their lowest levels in months. (Financial Times) A vote to leave the …Read More

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