Contact

Ann Pfeiffer can still be contacted at ap@agf.org.uk

 

Annette Birkholz is now Founder-Director of Incendo Berlin, and can be reached at info@incendo-berlin.de

 

Ray Cunningham is a freelance writer, translator and consultant on British-German policy research and knowledge exchange and Convenor of the British-German Environment Forum. His website is www.raycunningham.eu 

Legacy

The Anglo-German Foundation Lecture Series (2010-2015)

The Trustees of the Foundation have made a grant to the British Academy to establish a lecture series to commemorate and continue the work of the Foundation. It is anticipated that the first lecture will be held in the autumn of 2010. The first lecture was given by Professor Sir Tony Atkinson in January 2011, and was entitled ‘Britain, Germany and Social Europe 1973-2020’. The next lecture will be given by Professor Carl Christian von Weizsäcker on 31 January 2012.
For an invitation, or for full details (and texts) of past and future lectures, please send an email or visit the British Academy website.

 

The Anglo-German Foundation

1973-2009

To download the 'AGF Lifetime Report'

please click here >>>

 

AGF Publications Catalogue

Online version

Hard copies are stored in two archives at the German Historical Institute Library (London) and at the Centre of British Studies (Berlin)

To download please click here >>>   

 

The British-German Environment Forum >>>

 

Oxford University Press/AGF book series

The first two books in the OUP/AGF book series based on the research initiative ‘creating sustainable growth in europe’ have now been published. They are:
Environmental Tax Reform: a policy for green growth, edited by Paul Ekins and Stefan Speck; and Converging Worlds of Welfare? British and German social policy in the 21st century, edited by Jochen Clasen. For more information or to order copies please visit the OUP website at http://ukcatalogue.oup.com

Final Publications

csge report

Inequality, Education and Comparative Political Economy

by Christian Dustmann, Strephen Machin and David Soskice

To download please click here >>>

For a German summary click here >>>

 

csge report

Explaining Productivity and Growth in Europe, America and Asia

by Tobias Kretschmer

To download please click here >>>

For a German summary click here >>>

 

csge report

Resource Productivity, Environmental Tax Reform and Sustainable Growth in Europe

by Paul Ekins

To download please click here >>>

For a German summary click here >>> 

 

csge report

Sustainable Welfare and Sustainable Growth

by Jochen Clasen

To download please click here >>>

For a German summary click here >>> 

 

csge report

creating sustainable growth in europe: reflections

by Tony Atkinson

To download please click here >>>

For a German summary click here >>> 

Closure

The Anglo-German Foundation closed down on 4 December 2009

following the expiry of its Royal Charter

 

Enquiries or orders for printed copies of AGF publications will be dealt with by the London office until the end of February 2010. After that date, enquiries about the Foundation should be directed to the UK Foreign Office in London (Germany Desk) or to the Auswärtiges Amt in Berlin (Referat 601).


This website will remain online for a further five years as a resource for those interested in the publications and other activities of the Foundation. Online publications can still be downloaded – go to the relevant link either on this page or under ‘Publications’. Printed publications can be accessed at either of the Foundation’s two publications archives.
Please see the ‘Legacy’ section on this page.

Photo (Uwe Hetzner): HE Georg Boomgaarden, German Ambassador London, and Rita Süssmuth, Bundestagspräsidentin aD, at the concluding csge Seminar in Berlin.

Final Events

Berlin, 29 October 2009

click here for programme >>>    

London, 25 November 2009

click here for programme >>>

 
After thirty-six years,

over 1,000 project grants, 600 publications and 400 networking events, the Anglo-German Foundation will cease operations on 4 December 2009. For the full press release please click here >>>