Forecasting population growth or decline is tricky, but German policymakers need to consider the impact of changing demographics on economic growth.
Germany is not preoccupied with Brexit, and business interests will not hold sway, writes Katinka Barysch.
Wolfgang Schäuble, Germany's federal minister, explores the relationship between Germany, the G20 and globalization.
Norbert Winkeljohann looks at how Germany has integrated refugees, in particular the role of business.
Research looks at networks of value-added trade in Germany, the US, China and Russia.
Marcel Fratzscher explores the relationship between Germany and the rest of Europe.
Codetermination - the German model for worker participation in company decision making - is gaining popularity. Could it work elsewhere?
Nazir Wakil, an eye doctor from Syria, charts his journey to Germany, and his new life there.
They don't have a say, but what effect could Brexit have on Germany - and the rest of Europe.
Despite the belief that Germany lost out in the Eurozone rescue mechanisms, the authors argue this wasn't the case.
Retention of older workers is important in Germany, where the labour force is expected to shrink by almost 35%.
Contrary to what you may have read in this morning’s papers, the regional elections in Germany cannot be interpreted as a stern rebuke of Chancellor Merkel’s refugee policy.
A new survey ranks passports on the number of countries where citizens can travel without needing a visa, or where they will receive a visa upon arrival.
Two thirds of the refugees arriving in Europe last year ended up in Germany, but the mood has changed, writes Guntram B. Wolff.
Refugees could provide a welcome increase in entrepreneurial activity in Germany.