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Where will all the workers go...? - 12 Oct 2017

The ‘rise of the machines’ will have little impact on overall employment levels but will lead to rising labour market inequality and changes in demand for skills, David Dorn concluded at this year’s Global Economy Lecture. read more

Ten reflections on the UK in the aftermath of Brexit - 10 Oct 2017

The UK’s decision to leave the EU provides a rare chance to see what happens when a generally stable, conservative country does something radical. It has brought into sharper focus some fascinating aspects of the country’s political culture. read more

Kurt Rothschild Prize for Philipp Heimberger - 28 Sep 2017

wiiw economist Philipp Heimberger has been awarded the Kurt Rothschild Prize for Economic Journalism for his analysis of the macroeconomic consequences of fiscal austerity measures in the eurozone. read more

New elements in renewed EU Industrial Policy Strategy - 27 Sep 2017

The EU’s recently published ‘Renewed Industrial Policy Strategy’ points towards important issues on top of strengthening competitiveness. A commentary by Robert Stehrer. read more

How do non-tariff measures matter for Austrian trade? - 21 Sep 2017

The rise of protectionism and non-tariff measures accelerated by the US should not only bother China or Mexico. Austria will also have to deal with its effects. read more

Expanding the euro area – still a long way to go - 19 Sep 2017

Though pushed by the EU Commission president, a next round of enlargement of the euro area needs to be prepared carefully. A commentary by Robert Stehrer. read more

New wiiw study on Macedonian exports - 18 Sep 2017

Vladimir Gligorov presented new wiiw study on Macedonian exports at the Economic Chamber of Macedonia. It was very well received. Also by the Prime and Vice Prime Ministers. read more

The Economics of European Crises and Emerging Markets - 12 Sep 2017

New book edited by Peter Havlik, wiiw and Ichiro Iwasaki, Hitotsubashi University, Japan explores the multiple effects of the global crisis on Eastern European emerging markets. read more

Increasing importance of CESEE in Austrian tourism - 30 Aug 2017

A record number of overnight stays points towards a successful season for the Austrian tourism sector. The fastest growth in tourism numbers was recorded from Central, East and Southeast Europe. read more

Can Brexit be stopped? - 29 Aug 2017

The costs of leaving the EU are slowly becoming apparent in the UK. A second referendum is no longer unthinkable, but still looks quite unlikely. By Richard Grieveson. read more