German Institute for Economic Research
German Institute for Economic Research

Founding Year: 1925

Staff: 269

Budget:

Walter Dörhage (Managing Director)

A economic research institute involved in the analysis of the economic and social aspects of topical issues, with it’s “core mandates being applied economic research and economic policy as well as provision of research infrastructure.” The institute then formulates and disseminates policy advice based on its research findings.

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German Institute for Economic Research contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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