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wiiw diversity profile

wiiw Economist Julia Grübler joins the celebrations of today’s World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development with a dedicated wiiw diversity profile read more

Capacity building for Central, East and Southeast Europe

wiiw welcomed its 2000th trainee from the ongoing JVI course on Public Governance and Structural Reforms in Southeast and East Europe. read more

wiiw Opinion Corner: Identity politics. About identity or politics?

The refugee crisis has radicalised the publics and given rise to nationalism in a number of (Central) European countries. How is this radicalisation to be understood? read more

wiiw Reality Check: Remembering transition

wiiw Economist Gábor Hunya recaps 25 years of transition in Hungary and Romania and shares his personal as well as professional assessment of “New Hungary” read more

Video documentation of the wiiw Spring Seminar 2016

Here you can revisit all presentations and speeches held at 2016’s wiiw Spring Seminar on 7th April in Vienna. read more

Along the Silk Road

Peter Nolan and Peter Havlik, two country experts for China and Russia, respectively, present different perspectives on China’s Silk Road Strategy. read more

Elections in Serbia: Next Time Will Be Different

An insider’s view into domestic and foreign politics in Serbia by wiiw expert Vladimir Gligorov read more

European Integration Challenged

Perspectives on the challenges for European Integration were presented and discussed with distinguished speakers in course of this year’s wiiw Spring Seminar. A seminar note by Julia Grübler. read more

Macedonia: Power corrupts

The President’s decision to extend amnesty for politicians brought about further escalations of mass riots and further doubts on the government’s legitimacy. read more

Power, Inequality and Economic Policy

Professor Amit Bhaduri, Professor Emeritus at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, discussed the fatality of ignoring power relations in mainstream economics at the first Kazimierz Łaski lecture. read more


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