From local authorities to the EU, all levels of government need to become more resilient against crises. Decisive from a fiscal point of view: Who insures whom? Who bears the initial responsibility, who shoulders the burden later on? In FiFo Discussion Paper21-1, Michael Thöne argues that resilient federal finances must provide answers for acute crises such as Corona and also for chronic crises such as climate change - albeit very different ones.

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