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In Memoriam Vladimir Gligorov (1945–2022) - 31 Oct 2022

On October 27th, we lost one of our most distinguished colleagues and true intellectual giant, Vladimir Gligorov. He died at the age of 77. read more

Economic forecast for Eastern Europe: The worst is yet to come - 19 Oct 2022

After impressive resilience through most of 2022, economic growth is slowing as inflation surges read more

Phasing out coal? - 11 Oct 2022

A challenge to European territorial cohesion in times of energy crisis read more

wiiw is hiring an ECONOMIST (European economic policy or macroeconomics, m/f/d) - 06 Oct 2022

with a Master’s or PhD degree in economics or related fields of study, e.g. political economy or economic history. read more

Iran’s protest movement: an intensifying potential for change - 29 Sep 2022

Iran is currently experiencing its biggest ever movement for basic human and women's rights. The only solution is to listen to society's demands and change the failing political system. read more

Serbia, China's gateway to Europe - 16 Sep 2022

The EU has created a political vacuum in the Western Balkans. In Serbia, China has used this opportunity to gain a geostrategic foothold. Brussels must finally react. read more

Offenlegung öffentlich finanzierter Studien gesetzlich verankert - 29 Aug 2022

Stellungnahme zur Novellierung des Bundesverfassungsgesetzes read more

wiiw is hiring an ECONOMIST (monetary policy & European economic policy, m/f/d) - 29 Aug 2022

with a Master’s or PhD degree in economics or related fields of study, e.g. political economy, economic history, finance or sociology. read more

Kurt Rothschild Prize 2022 awarded to Michael Landesmann - 12 Jul 2022

wiiw’s Senior Research Associate has been recognised for his academic achievements and contribution to policy debates. read more

Summer Forecast: Eastern Europe’s resilience likely to fade as war and inflation pressures mount - 06 Jul 2022

High inflation is causing slower growth in CESEE, but a recession should still be avoidable for most. read more


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