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09  November 2009    1:00 pm

What do Russians Think about Transition?

Markus Eller, OeNB

wiiw Other Seminars read more

22  October 2009    5:00 pm

How the Global Economy Became a House of Cards, and What Lies Ahead

Peter Isard, IMF Institute

wiiw Seminar Series, 'Crisis Management in Central, East and Southeast Europe: What is to be done?' read more

30  June 2009    1:00 pm

The Impact of Global Economic Crisis on Post-transition Economies: A Sign of Incomplete Transition or Market Reality?

Oleh Havrylyshyn, University of Toronto

wiiw Seminar Series, 'Crisis Management in Central, East and Southeast Europe: What is to be done?' read more

10  June 2009    1:00 pm

Understanding the Crisis

Amit Bhaduri, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Indian Council of Social Development

wiiw Other Seminars read more

08  June 2009    5:00 pm

The Interlocked Nature of the Crisis between the Financial and the Real Sector

Amit Bhaduri, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Indian Council of Social Development, New Delhi

wiiw Seminar Series, 'Crisis Management in Central, East and Southeast Europe: What is to be done?' read more

25  May 2009    5:00 pm

Changing IMF: Models and Programmes

Vladimir Gligorov, wiiw

wiiw Seminar Series, 'Crisis Management in Central, East and Southeast Europe: What is to be done?' read more

15  May 2009    1:30 pm

The Perplexing Aspects of a Truly Global Financial Crisis

Adam S. Posen, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington DC

wiiw Seminar Series, 'Crisis Management in Central, East and Southeast Europe: What is to be done?' read more

07  May 2009    4:00 pm

The Global Distribution of Income: Past Trends and Future Prospects

Tony Atkinson, Nuffield College, Oxford

Global Economy Lectures read more

27  March 2009    9:00 am

Fragile Europe: the Path in and out of the Crisis - What Is to be Done?

wiiw Spring Seminars read more

26  March 2009    7:00 pm

The Financial Crisis in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe: What Is to be Done?

wiiw Public Panel Discussion read more


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