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Political economy of public debt, growth and interest rates in the context of the Corona crisis

Client: Anniversary Fund of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Duration: October 2021 - September 2023

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Impact Evaluation of the Interreg Central Europe Programme

Client: Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE
Duration: September 2020 - March 2023

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Automotive sector in Europe, particularly in CESEE

Client: Oesterreichische Nationalbank/Austrian Ministry of Finance
Duration: April 2021 - October 2021

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A new growth model in EU-CEE

Client: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
Duration: August 2020 - May 2021

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CEEC-8: How do politics, economy and society deal with labor shortages?

Client: Austrian Chamber of Labour
Duration: January 2020 - October 2020

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Analysis of the main territorial challenges, needs and transnational cooperation potentials and strategy building for the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-2027 Programme

Client: Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE
Duration: July 2019 - March 2020

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Sberbank - Country Analysis

Client: Sberbank
Duration: January 2020 - March 2020

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Demographic and economic development in Central and East European countries (CEECs)

Client: City of Vienna
Duration: December 2017 - December 2018

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Wage developments in Central and East European EU Member States

Client: Austrian Chamber of Labour
Duration: January 2018 - March 2018

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Challenges and implications of the DCFTA agreements between the EU and Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine

Client: Bertelsmann Stiftung
Duration: July 2016 - September 2017

In a joint research project of the Bertelsmann Stiftung and the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies A. Adarov and P. Havlik analysed the benefits and costs of the DCFTAs between the EU and Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine and proposed recommendations for the European Neighbourhood Policy. The analysis suggests that the net benefits are highly asymmetric along the time dimension (high costs in the short and medium run – benefits accruing mostly in the longer run), as well as across regions and economic sectors (less competitive sectors and regions will face particularly onerous adjustment costs). In the light of the macroeconomic and geopolitical challenges the DCFTA countries have been facing, this may jeopardise progress of reforms. read more


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