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12  June 2014    4:00 pm CEST

Representative Firm Exposition of the Firm Heterogeneity Model

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW) and European University Institute (EUI).

Eddy Bekkers (with Joseph Francois), JKU

Seminars in International Economics read more

06  June 2014    9:00 am CEST

An Industrial Renaissance in Europe – Can it happen? Should it happen?

FIW Workshop

wiiw Other Seminars read more

05  June 2014    5:00 pm CEST

Quarter of a Century of Post-socialist Transformation and What Next?

Grzegorz W. Kolodko, Kozminski University

wiiw Other Seminars read more

05  June 2014    10:00 am CEST

wiiw FDI Report Central, East and Southeast Europe: Hit by Deleveraging

wiiw presents its new analysis of FDI developments

wiiw Press Conferences read more

19  May 2014    5:00 pm CEST

An industrial policy for post-austerity Europe

Mario Pianta, University of Urbino

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

24  April 2014    10:00 am CEST

Ten Years After the 2004 EU Enlargement: Achievements and Next Steps

24 to 25 April 2014

wiiw Other Seminars read more

10  April 2014    4:00 pm CEST

Desire to migrate internationally and locally and the importance of satisfaction with amenities

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW) and European University Institute (EUI).

Miriam Manchin (with Robert Manchin and Sultan Orazbayev), University College London

Seminars in International Economics read more

27  March 2014    9:00 am CET

wiiw Spring Seminar 2014

Sluggish Growth – Investment to the Rescue?

wiiw Spring Seminars read more

13  March 2014    10:00 am CET

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

wiiw Press Conferences read more

24  February 2014    5:00 pm CET

How far will we realistically move towards fiscal federalism?

Thomas Wieser, President of the Euro Working Group

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more


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