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Economics & Management in Society

Contribution to Luxembourg

Department of Economics and Management members contribute to the dissemination of the most recent findings in economic research. They also participate in public economic debates through interviews and newspaper articles.

Research at the Department of Economics and Managementfocuses on small open economies like Luxembourg and gives independent and academic insight into economic issues.

The Department of Economics and Management also maintains connections and involvement with local institutions like STATEC, CEPS, BCL or the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, as well as European and International institutions such as the World Bank, OECD, IMF, EIB.

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(2021, October 13) Nobel Prize in Economics 2021: How we study data in the real world

Interview of Konstantinos Tatsiramos by science.lu

(2021, September 11). Fanny Kinsch (Radio) adapted for RTL Today.

(2021, March 7).  https://delano.lu/article/delano_working-towards-an-equal-voice-women-academia.
Article by Cordula Schnuer. Delano.


(2020, August 06). Irmen, A.Blick in den Abgrund - Vom Black Friday bis zur Corona-Pandemie - wie Wirtschaftskrisen die Welt verändern (”Gazing into the Abyss - How Economic Crises changed the World from Black Friday to the Corona Pandemic”). Luxemburger Wort.

(2020, June 20). Irmen, A., & Bauler, A. Zur Zukunft der Telearbeit (”On the Future of Teleworking”). Luxemburger Wort.

(2020, May 14). Press Conference COVID-19 Task Force. Science Luxembourg.

(2020, May 04). Irmen, A. Covid-Krise: Die Angst vor der Inflation ist zurück (”Covid Crisis and the Fear of Inflation”). Luxemburger Wort.

(2020, April 27). Gesprengte Lieferketten.. Luxemburger Wort.

(2020, April 9). Beine, M., Resuming work in Luxembourg after Covid-19: the issue of cross-border workers. AGEFI Luxembourg.

(2020, March 30). COVID-19 May Drive Global Supply Chain Restructuring. Social Sciences in China Press.

(2020, March 26). Let Your Supply Chains Be Sustainable Too: Sound Advice from Luxembourg The European Business Review.

(March 20, 2020). Effet coup de fouet. Lëtzebuerger Land.

(March 12, 2020). Mantin, M. and Pan, X. When the coronavirus gets tough, the tough get stockpiling (Le coronavirus se répand, tout comme l’inquiétude des consommateurs). The Conversation.

(2020, March 9). Gestörte Lieferketten / Ein Virus trifft die globalisierte Wirtschaft. Luxemburger Wort, p.12.

(2020, March 1). Verkehrswende: Nahverkehr in Luxemburg kostenlos. ARD Tagesschau.

(2020, March 1), Luxemburg probt die Verkehrswende. ARD Tagesschau.

(2020, February 29).  Kostenloser ÖPNV ist erst der Anfang ARD Tagesschau,

(2020, February 27, 2002, Wat bréngt Leit dozou, vum Auto op Bus an Zuch ëmzeklammen? Radio 100,7;

(2020, February 26), Monastyrenko, E. L’embargo agricole coûte cher à la RussieLëtzebuerger Land.

(2020, February 11). Mantin, B. The coronavirus and its impact on global supply chains. Paperjam.

(2020, January 3). Verkehrswende in Luxemburg – Bus und Bahn bald kostenlos
Audio. Deutschlandfunk, ARD Tagesschau.

(2020, January 3). Luxemburg probt die Verkehrswende. Deutschlandfunk, ARD Tagesschau.

(December 2019/January 2020). Digitalisierung ist kein Hobby
Article by Uta Neumann, AHK Debelux Magazine,

(December 2019/January 2020). Künstliche Intelligenz – Immer noch eine Blackbox?
Interview of Benny Mantin by Uta Neumann ,AHK Debelux Magazine,


(2019, May). Leon, F., & Zins, A. L’essor des banques panafricaines a d’abord profité aux entreprises et aux ménages les plus riches. theconversation.fr.

(2019, March 29). Joxhe, M. Mieux Comprendre le choix de demande d’asile au Luxembourg. Lëtzebuerger Land.

(2019). Derouiche, I. Quelle place pour la divulgation volontaire des entreprises dans le choix de la source de dettes ? Lëtzebuerger Land.

(2019). AHK Debelux, Move IT 2019. German.