Business & Economics Program
Generates insights into the institutional, political, cultural, and historical factors that shape our responses to deepening economic integration and the challenges of globalization. Current issues in the Business & Economics Program include the Debt Crisis, responding to the end of the years of plenty by comparing German and American responses to the crisis. It looks at macroeconomic discrepancies and their potential threat to national security, studies approaches to international macroeconomic policymaking in the face of the crisis, and analyzes transatlantic trade and growth. In the area of Corporate Regulations it examines corporate governance and the mechanisms of regulations.
The AICGS Business & Economics Program and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) are pleased to host a roundtable discussion on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 from 12-1:30pm with Tilman Krueger, AICGS/DAAD Fellow, on “U.S. / EU Trade Relations with China: Different Challenges, Common Answers.”
The AICGS Business & Economics Program and the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) are pleased to host a roundtable discussion on Thursday, May 23, 2013 with Dr. Tim H. Stuchtey, BIGS Executive Director, on “WISIND – Making Well-Informed Decisions about Security Risks.”