Martin Hüfner

Martin Hüfner is the former chief economist of Germany's HVB Group.

Immigration — What Europe Can Learn From the United States

Do the benefits of immigration outweigh the disadvantages?

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Ten Surprises for 2005

What could be in store for the global economy in the coming year?

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Six Ways Out of an Economic Crisis

How can industrialized countries best pursue economic reform?

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How the EU Really Works

Does the EU facilitate domestic politics in Europe?

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Hungary — Ready for the Big Bang?

As Hungary is about to join the EU, how ready is its economy?

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What Would Bismarck Have Done?

Can a 19th century German leader inspire his country to solve its pension woes?

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The End of Economics — As We Knew It?

Can the world afford to be optimistic about an early recovery of the global economy?

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Good Deflation and Bad Deflation

Is deflation a good or a bad thing for industrial countries' economies?

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