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wiiw ranked third best international economic policy think tank in the world - 31 Jan 2020

wiiw improved its rank from 4th last year in the Global Go To Think Tank Report 2019 of the University of Pennsylvania. read more

Brexit has arrived. What now? - 30 Jan 2020

wiiw expert Michael Landesmann discusses how the next stage of negotiations is likely to develop. read more

The main challenges for EU industrial policy in the next decade - 27 Jan 2020

The EU needs to focus on innovation, China, cohesion and the Green New Deal. read more

Solving the mystery of weak wage growth in EU-CEE - 20 Jan 2020

Earnings have been slow to respond to tight labour markets because of the reforms which have reduced labour’s bargaining power. read more

2019 in review - 09 Jan 2020

China’s BRI, our CESEE forecasts, refugee integration, and the productivity puzzle all figured prominently last year. read more

“The prospect of EU-membership was the single most important reform driver during the transition period” - 19 Dec 2019

Our ‘looking back, looking forward’ series, commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall, continues with Rumen Dobrinsky who shares his assessment on Bulgaria after 1989. read more

The future of migration from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Austria - 17 Dec 2019

Big wage differentials, existing migration networks and labour shortages in Austria will continue to encourage migration flows from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Austria. read more

UK general election: What next for Brexit and the EU? - 11 Dec 2019

The worst may be yet to come for the UK, while the EU-27's impressive unity on Brexit is unlikely to be replicated for other issues. A video interview with Michael Landesmann. read more

'Czechoslovakia was one of the most rigid and conservative countries in the former Eastern Bloc' - 10 Dec 2019

As part of the wiiw series 'looking back, looking forward' marking 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Peter Havlik talked to Veronika Janyrova about Czechoslovakia read more

Iran is facing the most brutal suppression in its recent history - 05 Dec 2019

The recent protests in Iran are an outcome of severe underlying economic and political pressure, which needs to be addressed by the international community. read more