Dezernat Zukunft — General Support and Re-Granting

The Dezernat Zukunft team. (Photo courtesy of Dezernat Zukunft.)

Grant investigator: Peter Favaloro

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Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $4,000,000 over two years to Dezernat Zukunft for general support and re-granting to budding and established organizations working on monetary and fiscal policy throughout Europe. Dezernat Zukunft is a nonpartisan German think tank that focuses on European monetary and fiscal policy, prioritizing employment gains, widely shared prosperity, and a more sustainable macroeconomic environment.

This follows our November 2020 support and falls within our focus area of macroeconomic stabilization policy.

Dezernat Zukunft — Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Europe (2020)


Grant investigator: Alexander Berger

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Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of €170,000 (approximately $202,079 at the time of conversion) to Dezernat Zukunft to continue to support its work on monetary and fiscal policy in Europe. Dezernat Zukunft is a nonpartisan German think tank that seeks to gear European monetary and fiscal policies toward encouraging employment gains and sharing prosperity more widely. Dezernat Zukunft plans to use these funds to hire staff to encourage fiscal expansion in Germany.

This follows our December 2019 support and falls within our focus area of macroeconomic stabilization policy.

Dezernat Zukunft — Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Europe (2019)


Grant investigator: Alexander Berger

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. Dezernat Zukunft staff also reviewed this page prior to publication.


Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of €91,000 (approximately $100,000 at the time of conversion) to Dezernat Zukunft to support its work on monetary and fiscal policy in Europe. Currently run by volunteers, Dezernat Zukunft is a nonpartisan German think tank that seeks to gear European monetary and fiscal policies towards encouraging employment gains and sharing prosperity more widely. Dezernat Zukunft plans to use these funds to increase its organizational capacity, specifically by hiring a full-time staff person, and to support its ability to disseminate innovative macroeconomic policy proposals among policymakers, the press, and the general public.

This falls under our focus area of macroeconomic stabilization policy.