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22  September 2015    11:00 am

Political Economy of Trade Policy

One-day workshop on current trade negotiations (especially TTIP)

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics read more

16  July 2015    4:00 pm

The Long-Term Economic Impact of Reducing Migration in the UK

Katerina Lisenkova, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, UK

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics read more

09  July 2015    5:00 pm

Any lessons for today? Exchange-rate stabilisation in Greece and South-East Europe between European aspirations and economic reality, 1870-1939

Matthias Morys, Lecturer in Economic History at the University of York (UK)

wiiw Other Seminars read more

02  July 2015    10:00 am

Western CESEE countries in the ascendant

Presentation of latest growth forecast for Central, East and Southeast Europe (CESEE) with special focus on Austria’s economic relations with CESEE

wiiw Press Conferences read more

11  June 2015    10:00 am

Foreign Direct Investment in Central, East and Southeast Europe: Recovery in the NMS, decline in the CIS

wiiw presents its new analysis of FDI developments

wiiw Press Conferences read more

02  June 2015    9:30 am

How can development banks best support growth in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe?

wiiw and IFI's at Bruegel

other events read more

12  May 2015    4:00 pm

Europe’s Export Superstars – it’s the Organization!

Dalia Marin, LMU Munich

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics read more

04  May 2015    5:00 pm

The US-EU Trade Agreement: Political and Economic Challenges and Consequences

Bruce Stokes, Director of Global economic Affairs, Pew Research Center

wiiw Other Seminars read more

20  April 2015    5:00 pm

The European fiscal framework: can it ensure debt sustainability and adequate fiscal stabilisation?

Zsolt Darvas, Bruegel

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

16  April 2015    4:00 pm

Macroeconomic Stability and the Single European Labor Market

Timo Baas, University of Duisburg-Essen

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