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Falling Behind and Catching Up – Southeast Europe

For more than two years, wiiw economists and researchers from SEE analysed reasons for & ways out of the Balkans’ development trap. The results are on the wiiw Balkan Observatory website. read more

wiiw Reality Check: An economist’s tale

Michael Landesmann reflects on major structural changes having taken place in CESEE over the past 25 years of transition & shares his view of key developments of the decade to come. read more

Job Opening

wiiw is looking for a statistician, starting in September 2016. read more

Recent Publications

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Structural Change and Global Value Chains in the EU

wiiw Working Papers read more

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Identifying Revealed Comparative Advantages in an EU Regional Context

wiiw Research Reports read more

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Monthly Report No. 7-8/2016

wiiw Monthly Reports read more

Upcoming Events

20  September 2016    5:00 pm

Anna Iara

Targeted reforms instead of more fiscal integration ? What is the future for the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) going to be like?

Policy Perspectives for European Integration

Projects in Focus

Falling Behind and Catching Up in Southeast Europe (GDN)

Client: Oesterreichische Nationalbank/Jubilee Fund
Duration: January 2014 - July 2016 read more

The evolving composition of intra-EU trade over time

Client: European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry
Duration: January 2016 - July 2016 read more

Mid-term skills supply and demand forecast

Client: European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP)
Duration: January 2013 - December 2016 read more

Framework contract on services related to the coordination and provision of horizontal support to the EURES network.

Client: European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
Duration: September 2014 - August 2016 read more

Migration and Globalisation – Impacts and Interaction

Client: Oesterreichische Nationalbank/Jubilee Fund
Duration: March 2016 - February 2018 read more


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