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JVI Course on Public-Private Partnerships, 4 October - 15 October 2021 - 16 Aug 2021

Are you interested to learn how public-private partnerships work in theory and practice? read more

(Post-)Pandemic Employment Dynamics in a comparative perspective - 04 Aug 2021

In the EU, fiscal and monetary policies should remain expansionary to ensure a sustainable recovery of labour markets. read more

Corona reveals potential vulnerabilities in global supply chains - 28 Jul 2021

One third of Austria's and the EU's non-European imports are vulnerable to shocks. Especially for high-tech and medical goods Europe is dependent on ‘Factory Asia’, in particular China. read more

JVI Course on Foreign Direct Investment Policies, August 30th - September 10th 2021 - 22 Jul 2021

Are you interested in the role of FDI in East European transition economies? read more

Foreign trade shows impressive bounce-back in CESEE - 14 Jul 2021

Although the recession in 2020 was much deeper than that of the global financial crisis, foreign trade performance was substantially better read more

Cautious optimism as Eastern European economies adapt to COVID-19 - 07 Jul 2021

wiiw just released its new economic forecasts and raises its GDP projections for almost all countries read more

New EU sanctions against Belarus: What will be their economic effect? - 28 Jun 2021

Restrictions on exports of petroleum products will affect the economy at most. read more

Yugoslavia, 30 years on: Winners and losers from transition. - 14 Jun 2021

All ex-Yugoslav republics experienced a notable increase in inequality over the past 30 years. read more

Yugoslavia, 30 years on: 'The break-up of Yugoslavia was not inevitable at all.' - 14 Jun 2021

Vladimir Gligorov looks back at the 1990s and outlines an EU strategy to get the Western Balkans on board. read more

The Janša Plan is not a solution to Western Balkan territorial disputes - 07 Jun 2021

The latest attempt to rearrange territories in Southeast Europe misjudges the priorities of key local actors, not least Serbia. read more


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