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German rent cap: Probably only under a green-red-red federal government (which seems unlikely) – but even then
After Berlin's rent cap was declared unconstitutional by the Federal Constitutional Court, Germany is discussing the consequences.
After Berlin's rent cap was declared unconstitutional by the Federal Constitutional Court, Germany is discussing the consequences. Will there be a nationwide rent cap after the federal election in September? This is one of the most frequent and potentially most important questions for many landlords and tenants. [more]
After two decades of international financial integration, foreign investors have decided to pull out of Italy and Spain. In this context two central questions arise: what is the cause of this development and what are its consequences? [more]
Migration can be an effective way of reducing geographical imbalances on the labour markets. Together with politicians and the larger society, companies have a key role to play in integrating migrant workers. [more]
Two years after the end of the financial crisis, Western banks have returned to solid profitability. Prospects for further improvement, however, are less favourable because of rising interest rates and sluggish economic growth. [more]
While gender gaps in the workplace continue to receive (much needed) attention, the situation in unpaid household work is rarely talked about. Recent data confirm that German women still do the lion’s share of family work, even when they have a job. [more]
Although the female employment rate is increasing, the gender gap in hours worked widened between 2001 and 2006 (Mikrozensus Sonderauswertung IAQ). Should we, as progressive people, rejoice at the former or start crying about the latter? [more]