The solution to rising rents and property costs in major German cities is simple, says the managing director of the Handelsblatt Research Institute: Add desperately needed housing.
The German armaments industry is flourishing despite social and political distrust — and successful mid-sized companies are leading the way.
Western politicians want to stop the extension of the Baltic pipeline by Russia’s Gazprom. But the state-owned gas company’s myriad problems make their worries overblown.
Online we tend to surround ourselves with like-minded people — just like in real life. But as a WirtschaftsWoche correspondent writes, this could end up narrowing our worldviews more than we think.
In the noisy U.S. presidential campaign, neither the Republican nor Democrat candidate has a viable economic policy, writes the managing partner of economic consultancy firm Prognos AG.
The secretary general of Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union talks about the likelihood of the chancellor leading the party into next year's elections, terror threats and the CDU's uneasy relationship with its sister party.
Berlin is using money to obligate governments in Africa and the Middle East to stem the flow of refugees to Europe. Critics say the concept is helpless and shortsighted.
German research institutes receive millions from the state – and in return must pass regular performance evaluations.
Autonomous vehicles aren't just challenging the auto industry. Public transit could be the first overrun in future transportation.
The German government should reconsider its fiscal policy and support efforts to kick-start Europe’s economy, writes the president of the German Institute for Economic Research.