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wiiw Working Papers

The wiiw Working Paper series present the academically oriented research of the institute. Working Papers are available in hardcopy or for download.
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Austrian Exporters: A Firm-Level Analysis

Johannes Pöschl, Robert Stehrer and Roman Stöllinger
wiiw Working Paper No. 67, July 2010
32 pages including 14 Tables and 4 Figures

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Tourism and Economic Development: the Beach Disease?

Mario Holzner
wiiw Working Paper No. 66, June 2010
31 pages including 9 Tables and 1 Figure

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A Contribution to the Theory of Financial Fragility and Crisis

Amit Bhaduri
wiiw Working Paper No. 65, May 2010
18 pages including 2 Figures

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Why Are Goods Cheaper in Rich Countries? Beyond the Balassa-Samuelson Effect

Leon Podkaminer
wiiw Working Paper No. 64, April 2010
20 pages including 2 Tables and 6 Figures

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The Government Expenditure Multiplier and its Estimates for Poland in 2006-2009

Kazimierz Laski, Jerzy Osiatynski and Jolanta Zieba
wiiw Working Paper No. 63, March 2010
15 pages including 2 Tables and 1 Figures

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The Implications of Financial Asset and Housing Markets on Profit- and Wage-led Growth: Some Results in Comparative Statics

Amit Bhaduri
wiiw Working Paper No. 62, February 2010
14 pages

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Preferential Trade Agreements and the Structure of International Trade

Neil Foster-McGregor and Robert Stehrer
wiiw Working Paper No. 61, January 2010
29 pages including 6 Tables

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Services Trade and Policy

Joseph F. Francois and B. Hoekman
wiiw Working Paper No. 60, December 2009
59 pages including 9 Tables and 2 Figures

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Trade in Services: Cross-Border Trade vs. Commercial Presence. Evidence of Complementarity

Carolina Lennon
wiiw Working Paper No. 59, November 2009
42 pages including 14 Tables and 5 Figures

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The Importance of Labour Mobility for Spillovers across Industries

Neil Foster-McGregor and Johannes Pöschl
wiiw Working Paper No. 58, October 2009
33 pages including 8 Tables

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