DIW Berlin – German Institute for Economic Research

The DIW Berlin has been a partner of the YES! – Young Economic Summit since 2018.
Marcel Fratzscher

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Marcel Fratzscher

Founded in 1925, DIW Berlin (the German Institute for Economic Research) is one of the leading economic research institutes in Germany. The institute analyzes the economic and social aspects of topical issues, formulating and disseminating policy advice based on its research findings. DIW Berlin is part of both the national and international scientific communities, provides research infrastructure to academics all over the world, and promotes the next generation of scientists. A member of the Leibniz Association, DIW Berlin is independent and primarily publicly funded.

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Topic 2021

Description is in German only

(How) can Big Data and Machine Learning improve health care?
by Hannes Ulrich

Participating researchers of the DIW

Ferdinand Fichtner

Jana Friedrichsen

Kornelia Hagen

Franziska Holz

Johanna Möllerstrom

Frauke H. Peter

Helke Seitz

Claire Samtleben

Julia Schmieder

Hannes Ullrich

Katharina Wrohlich

Aline Zucco

Topics of the past years

Bildungsübergang Hochschule – wer studiert, ist informiert? (2019)

Private Altersvorsorge im Visier: Mangelhafte Produkte und Verhaltensverzerrungen – was tun? (2019)

Ingenieure und Lehrerinnen – Das Geschlechtergefälle in den Studiengängen (2019)

Promoting Financial Inclusion: New Policies and Technological Innovations through Digital Finance (2018)

Climate protection – with coal, oil and gas? (2018)

Sense and Nonsense of Economic Forecasts: Motivation and Methods for Macroeconomic Forecasts (2018)

Gender Economics: Why do women earn less than men and what can we do about it? (2018)