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Silk Belts and Roads in the 21st century

The FIW policy brief by Julia Grübler and Robert Stehrer discusses the evolution of the ancient trading network across Eurasia and its potential for the Austrian economy. read more

wiiw Opinion Corner: Is there an economic rationale for Poland – and other EU-CEE countries – to join the euro area?

A critical commentary by wiiw Economist Leon Podkaminer read more

Greening the economy and its welfare implications

Environmental regulations are on the rise. In this context, Vera Danilina will present her research on the role of green public procurement on Thursday, 16 February, in Vienna. read more

Job offer / Stellenausschreibung wiiw Bibliothek

Das wiiw sucht eine/n engagierte/n Bibliothekar/in und Informationsmanager/in als Karenzvertretung und zur Verstärkung unseres internationalen Teams. read more

New 'Open Data' section established on wiiw website

A tradability dataset is the first free download to encourage other researchers to reproduce our research results or to start own calculations. More datasets to follow. read more

Growth strengthens and inflation returns, but political risk warning lights are flashing red

2017 could be a defining year for the European project, and the implications for Central, East and Southeast Europe may be significant. 10 key themes in 2017, by Richard Grieveson. read more

wiiw ranked No. 4 of the world's top international economics think tanks

The latest 'Global Go To' ranking places wiiw again in the top of the world's international economics think tanks. read more

From Refugees to Workers

Watch a video interview with Iván Martin on the integration of refugees in the European labour market read more

Benefits and Costs of DCFTA: Evaluation of the Impact on Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine

A new wiiw study by Amat Adarov and Peter Havlik analyses the effects of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA). read more

wiiw Opinion Corner: What has triggered political turbulences in Bulgaria

Last years’ presidential elections in Bulgaria brought about an unexpected defeat of the ruling GERB party by the independent candidate Rumen Radev. A commentary by Rumen Dobrinsky. read more


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