Stephen Broadberry, Mark Harrison 06 November 2018

World War I formed the 20th century. On the centennial of its end in November 1918, this eBook brings together 20 contributions covering the preparations for, conduct of, and consequences of the war. 

José De Gregorio, Barry Eichengreen, Takatoshi Ito, Charles Wyplosz 11 September 2018

Twenty years ago the four authors of the the first Geneva Report on the World Economy examined the future of the IMF.  In the latest report in the series, the same group of authors review changes in the global economy and the IMF over this two-decade interval, and flag concerns about formidable new challenges.

Michael Casey, Jonah Crane, Gary Gensler, Simon Johnson, Neha Narula 16 July 2018

Blockchain technology has the potential to change many aspects of the financial services sector and the broader economy. The 21st Geneva Report on the World Economy reviews the basics of blockchain technology and its challenges, costs and benefits, gives an overview of its potential direct impact on the financial sector, and assesses possible use cases beyond the world of finance.

Nauro Campos, Jan-Egbert Sturm 29 May 2018

Economists have discussed extensively what to do to reform the European Project and how, but have been broadly silent on who and when. Which institutions and rules are needed, and when? This eBook shows that such institutional questions, although seldomly raised, are of fundamental importance for the future of European integration.

Dalia Marin 09 May 2018

What explains Germany‘s exceptional recovery from the sick man of Europe in the 1990s to the powerhouse of today? Based on research of leading economists and political scientists in Europe and the US, this eBook explores the conditions leading to Germany’s rise.

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