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21  October 2016    8:30 am

From Tariffs to Standards. Assessing the role of Non-Tariff Measures

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW).

Half-day workshop on Non-Tariff Measures.

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics read more

20  October 2016    6:30 pm

Inequality in the OECD: trends, drivers and policy responses

Michael Förster, OECD

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

06  October 2016    4:00 pm

Wealth Concentration, Income Distribution, and Alternatives for the USA

Armon Rezai, WU Wien

wiiw Other Seminars read more

22  September 2016    10:00 am

The space for an industrial policy in Europe

Mario Pianta, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

20  September 2016    5:00 pm

On the future of EMU: Targeted reforms instead of more fiscal integration

Anna Iara, European Commission Secretariat-General

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

08  July 2016    12:00 pm

International Financial Flows in the New Normal: Key Patterns (and Why We Should Care)

Natacha Valla, European Investment Bank

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

30  June 2016    10:00 am

wiiw Summer Forecast 2016

Presentation of latest growth forecast for Central, East and Southeast Europe (CESEE) with special focus on Austria’s economic relations with CESEE

wiiw Press Conferences read more

27  June 2016    5:00 pm

Implications of the British EU Referendum (BREXIT)

Panel Discussion

Policy Perspectives for European Integration read more

23  June 2016    4:00 pm

The Gender Wealth Gap in Europe

In cooperation with Research Centre International Economics (FIW).

Alyssa Schneebaum, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics read more

23  June 2016    9:30 am

Falling Behind and Catching Up Southeast Europe and East Central Europe in Comparison

The Institute for East European History, University of Vienna and wiiw present recent research on long-term economic developments in selected countries of CESEE

wiiw Special Event read more


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