Tag Archives: Germany

Your 12 Point Guide to the German Elections

Here’s what you need to know about Germany’s September 24 elections.

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Germany’s SPD: To Serve or Not to Serve under Merkel?

The election and subsequent choice of coalition matter. But the differences between the various options are modest rather than stark.

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The German Consensus Machine

Don’t look for major policy changes in Germany after the September 24 federal elections.

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Japanese Unions: Average or Exceptional?

How does Japan compare to the leading economies for unionization levels?

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British Labor Unions: Still the Many

Relative to many of its closest peer economies, the UK maintains a high unionization level, despite a decline.

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The Rise of Digital Workers

As more digital freelancers find work through online labor platforms, taxing their income will become increasingly difficult.

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Future of Work and the Survival of the Welfare State

More and more people are finding work in the digital economy, but more flexibility also means increased insecurity.

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German Political Update: Merkel’s Choice

Angela Merkel looks set for a comfortable win in next month’s German elections. But which coalition partner will she choose?

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Brexit: The Tories‘ Battle Against the Economic Facts

Why Germans and other nations should involve themselves more in the UK debate.

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Germany: More Lenient on Brexit?

An email dialogue between London and Berlin.

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