Integration in a Wider Europe

lecture series on economic policy issues of Europe and its neighbours.

22  January 2009    4:00 pm

The Czech Republic and the Euro: Faster or Slower?

Vladimír Dlouhý, Goldman Sachs

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16  October 2008    4:00 pm

Varietas delectat? On the Typology of Nascent Capitalism in Eastern Europe

János M. Kovács, IWM

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30  September 2008    4:00 pm

The Financial Stability Implications of Capital Flows to Emerging Markets: Focus on Emerging Europe

Dubravko Mihaljek, BIS

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29  September 2008    4:00 pm

OECD Economic Assessment of Turkey 2008

Andreas Wörgötter, OECD

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02  June 2008    4:00 pm

The Russian Economy after the Putin Era

Vasily Astrov, Peter Havlik, wiiw

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24  April 2008    4:00 pm

Dancing with the Dragon: the EU's Trade Deficit with China

Waltraut Urban, wiiw

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03  April 2008    4:00 pm

The Road towards the Euro

György Surányi, Banca Intesa

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04  February 2008    1:00 pm

Preliminary Lessons of the Recent Financial Markets Developments

Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, ECB

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29  November 2007    1:00 pm

Transition Report, 2007

Fabrizio Coricelli, EBRD

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10  September 2007    1:00 pm

OECD Economic Assessment of Ukraine, 2007

Andreas Wörgötter, OECD

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14  May 2007    4:00 pm

Poverty Across Europe

Orsolya Lelkes, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, Vienna

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25  April 2007    4:00 pm

Economic Integration of Eurasia: Opportunities and Challenges of Global Significance

Johannes F. Linn, Wolfensohn Center for Development, The Brookings Institution, Washington DC

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26  March 2007    4:00 pm

Social Costs of Post-Communist Transition: Was Gradual Better?

Oleh Havrylyshyn, University of Toronto

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