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04  April 2019    9:00 am

wiiw Spring Seminar 2019

Ten Years after the Crisis: What Is the 'New Normal' for CESEE?

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27  March 2019    4:00 pm

Webinar: wiiw Spring Forecast 2019

Presentation of the latest growth forecast for Central, East and Southeast Europe.

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27  March 2019    10:00 am

Press conference: wiiw Spring Forecast 2019 - Moving into the slow lane

Presentation of the latest growth forecast for Central, East and Southeast Europe.

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07  March 2019    5:00 pm

American-European Economic Relations: What’s Changed in the World in the Age of Trump?

In cooperation with U.S. Embassy in Austria.

Theodore R. Bromund, Senior Research Fellow, The Heritage Foundation

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04  March 2019    3:00 pm

Measuring the Input Rank in Global Supply Networks

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW).

Armando Rungi, Scuola IMT Alti Studi Lucca (Industrial Organization and International Trade)

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25  February 2019    3:00 pm

On the evolution of comparative advantage: path-dependent versus path-defying changes

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW).

Nicola Cantore, Department of Policy Research and Statistics at UNIDO and Michele Clara, Research and Policy Advice Division at UNIDO

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22  February 2019    10:00 am

The effect of State aid on the electricity market in the Balkans

In cooperation with GAP Institute.

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18  February 2019    5:00 pm

Hungary: a laboratory of illiberalism and post-truth

Peter Krekó, Director of Political Capital Institute, Budapest

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28  January 2019    3:00 pm

Disentangling the impact of infrastructure on trade using a new index of infrastructure

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW).

Birgit Meyer, Vienna University of Economics and Business

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17  December 2018    5:30 pm

Political constraints of EMU Reform: What is feasible, when, and will it be enough?

Thomas Wieser, non-resident scholar, Bruegel, former President of the Euro Working Group and of the European Financial Committee of the EU

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