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Konjunktur für den Klimaschutz? Klima- und Wachstumswirkungen weltweiter Konjunkturprogramme

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  • Klepper, Gernot
  • Peterson, Sonja
  • Petrick, Sebastian
  • Rickels, Wilfried

Weltweit werden etwa 3 Billionen US-Dollar staatlicher Hilfen ausgegeben, um den Absturz der Weltwirtschaft abzubremsen. Dieser Nachfrageschub von 4,7 Prozent des Welteinkommens hat zuallererst die Aufgabe, die Spirale gestrichener Investitionspläne, reduzierter Produktion, gesunkener Beschäftigung, gepaart mit schrumpfenden Einkommen und damit weiter sinkender Nachfrage, zu stoppen. Gleichzeitig sollten die Programme aber die Weltwirtschaft nach der Krise wieder auf einen nachhaltigen Wachstumspfad bringen.

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Paper provided by Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) in its series Kiel Discussion Papers with number 464.

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Date of creation: 2009
Handle: RePEc:zbw:ifwkdp:464
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