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Europe: Dangers Ahead?

Science & Society: Steve Schifferes

Europe: Dangers Ahead?

At a Press Talk at #LiNoEcon, laureates and young economists discussed the future of the European economyAt a Press Talk at #LiNoEcon, laureates and young economists discussed the future of the European economy

On the Future of the Euro Area

Chemistry: Benjamin Schäfer

On the Future of the Euro Area

#LiNoEcon participant Benjamin Schäfer suggests ways to overcome the weaknesses in Europe's monetary union#LiNoEcon participant Benjamin Schäfer suggests ways to overcome the weaknesses in Europe's monetary union

Smart Resettlement: A Refugee Success Story From Rural Australia

Economic Sciences: David Smerdon

Smart Resettlement: A Refugee Success Story From Rural Australia

#LiNoEcon young economist David Smerdon on the remarkable transformation of the small town of Nhill#LiNoEcon young economist David Smerdon on the remarkable transformation of the small town of Nhill

Happier Than Ever

Science & Society: Mara Grunewald

Happier Than Ever

#LiNoEcon participant Mara Grunewald on measuring wellbeing in Germany#LiNoEcon participant Mara Grunewald on measuring wellbeing in Germany

Germany’s Monetary Mythology: Central Bank Independence and Crafting the Past

Economic Sciences: Simon Mee

Germany’s Monetary Mythology: Central Bank Independence and Crafting the Past

#LiNoEcon participant Simon Mee describes how Germany’s monetary history became a political football#LiNoEcon participant Simon Mee describes how Germany’s monetary history became a political football

Is the Paris Agreement on Climate Change ‘Bad for Business’?

Economic Sciences: Veronika Stolbova

Is the Paris Agreement on Climate Change ‘Bad for Business’?

#LiNoEcon participant Veronika Stolbova explores the costs and potential gains from the transition to a low-carbon economy.#LiNoEcon participant Veronika Stolbova explores the costs and potential gains from the transition to a low-carbon economy.

An Effort to Make an International Conference More Sustainable

The Lindau Experience: Philipp Reichle

An Effort to Make an International Conference More Sustainable

The Lindau Meetings commit themselves to sustainabilityThe Lindau Meetings commit themselves to sustainability

Money Illusion and Economic Literacy: An Experimental Approach

Research: Helena Chytilova

Money Illusion and Economic Literacy: An Experimental Approach

#LiNoEcon participant Helena Chytilova on why money illusion remains a pervasive phenomenon#LiNoEcon participant Helena Chytilova on why money illusion remains a pervasive phenomenon

Why Finance Ministers Prefer Carbon Taxes

Economic Sciences: Max Franks

Why Finance Ministers Prefer Carbon Taxes

#LiNoEcon participant Max Franks on how protecting the environment and investing in infrastructure can go hand in hand#LiNoEcon participant Max Franks on how protecting the environment and investing in infrastructure can go hand in hand

Society’s Growing Need for Non-Formal Education

Economic Sciences: Jurgen Willems

Society’s Growing Need for Non-Formal Education

Our traditional system of formal education is becoming increasingly unfit for purpose, says #LiNoEcon participant Jurgen Willems.Our traditional system of formal education is becoming increasingly unfit for purpose, says #LiNoEcon participant Jurgen Willems.

After Nerd Heaven: Once a Lindau Attendee, Always a Lindau Alum

Life as a Scientist: Alaina G. Levine

After Nerd Heaven: Once a Lindau Attendee, Always a Lindau Alum

How to make the best of your Lindau experience after arriving back homeHow to make the best of your Lindau experience after arriving back home

Scientists Should Actively Participate in Public Debate

Chemistry: Melania Zauri

Scientists Should Actively Participate in Public Debate

At the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, this year more than in any other year, scientists felt the need to speak up about the way that public policy is intervening in the future of scientific research.At the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, this year more than in any other year, scientists felt the need to speak up about the way that public policy is intervening in the future of scientific research.