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04  March 2016    2:00 pm

United in Diversity? Rebalancing, structural convergence and the deepening of EMU

Karl Pichelmann, Senior Adviser in the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission

Policy Perspectives for European Integration

04  February 2016    5:00 pm

The natural interest rate: concept, measurement and monetary policy implications

Dubravko Mihaljek, Monetary and Economic Department of the BIS

wiiw Other Seminars

18  January 2016    4:00 pm

The Social Dimension of the EU and the EMU – the way forward

László Andor, Former EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

Policy Perspectives for European Integration

14  January 2016    4:00 pm

Interregional migration within the European Union in the aftermath of the Eastern enlargements: a spatial approach

Sascha Sardadvar, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics

03  December 2015    5:00 pm

The European Asylum Crisis

Heinz Faßmann, University of Vienna

Policy Perspectives for European Integration

30  November 2015    5:00 pm

The Triple Challenge for Europe: The Economy, Climate Change and Governance

Jan Fagerberg, University of Oslo; Ålborg University; Lund University

Policy Perspectives for European Integration

26  November 2015    4:00 pm

Trade and Import Demand Nexus – any Change through Global Value Chains?

Julia Wörz, Österreichische Nationalbank

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics

16  November 2015    4:00 pm

Globalization and the art of designing policy

Kaushik Basu, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President World Bank

Global Economy Lectures

12  November 2015    10:00 am

wiiw Autumn Forecast 2015: Mixed Prospects: consumption leads fragile recovery in the CESEE core - CIS stumbles

Presentation of wiiw's latest growth forecast for 22 countries of Central, East and Southeast Europe

wiiw Press Conferences

29  October 2015    4:00 pm

Where does the surplus go? Disentangling the capital-labor distributive conflict

Dario Guarascio, Sapienza University of Rome

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics


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