News & Opinions

Theresa May calls snap UK parliamentary election

The Conservatives will significantly increase their parliamentary majority. This could mean a slightly “softer” Brexit, but will not be a game changer. A commentary by Richard Grieveson. read more

Turkish economy will remain under pressure after referendum

Political risk will remain high, economic growth rates will be subdued by recent standards, and foreign investors are likely to be wary until greater signs of stability emerge. A commentary by Richard Grieveson. read more

wiiw proudly presents the best science slammer in town!

By illustrating the possible trade effects of non-tariff measures with the examples of the ‘chlorinated chicken’ and energy certificates for vacuum cleaners, Julia Grübler revealed her comedy talent and won the vote. read more

Recent Publications

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EU Trade Regulations and Imports of Hygienic Poultry

wiiw Working Papers read more

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Aktuelle Entwicklungen und Trends in den Regionen Mittelost-/Südosteuropas und des Donauraums

wiiw Research Reports in German Language read more

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Monthly Report No. 4/2017

wiiw Monthly Reports read more

Upcoming Events

15  May 2017    4:00 pm

Tristan Kohl, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Consequences of Brexit and Options for a “Global Britain”

FIW-wiiw Seminars in International Economics

Projects in Focus

Asian Experiences with Global and Regional Value Chain Integration and Structural Change

Client: UNIDO
Duration: July 2016 - November 2016 read more

SEE Jobs Gateway

Client: The World Bank
Duration: July 2016 - June 2019 read more

Productivity, Non-Tariff Measures and Openness (PRONTO)

Client: European Commission, 7th Framework Programme
Duration: February 2014 - January 2018 read more

Economic challenges of lagging regions

Client: European Commission, DG Regional Policy
Duration: January 2016 - December 2016 read more

Labour market development of Austria and East Europe in Comparison

Client: Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection
Duration: November 2016 - December 2016 read more


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