The Research Centre International Economics FIW is a project of WIFO, wiiw and WSR on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs. The FIW cooperation with the Vienna University of Economics and Business, the University Vienna, the Johannes Kepler University Linz and the University of Innsbruck is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research.
Upcoming Seminars in International Economics (Online Events)
- 08-04-2021: Patent Boxes and the Success Rate of Patent Applications
- 29-04-2021: Border Policies and Unauthorized Flows: Evidence from the Refugee Crisis in Europe
The next FIW Seminar in "International Economics" on "Decomposing Services Exports Adjustments along the Intensive and Extensive Margin at the Firm-Level" takes place on February 26th, 4 pm, at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies.
The Competence Centre “Research Centre International Economics” offers the “FIW Award” for PhD theses.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 1340 regarding "The relevance of international spillovers and asymmetric effects in the Taylor rule" by Joscha Beckmann, Ansgar Belke and Christian Dreger has been published and is available online for free.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 139 regarding "Switching to Exchange Rate Flexibility? The Case of Central and Eastern European Inflation Targeters" by Andrej Drygalla has been published and is available online for free.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 138 regarding "The Impact of UN and US Economic Sanctions on GDP Growth" by Matthias Neuenkirch and Florian Neumeier has been published and is available online for free.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 137 regarding "Export Diversification Effects of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement" by Cosimo Beverelli, Simon Neumueller and Robert Teh has been published and is available online for free.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 136 regarding "The EU, a Growth Engine? The Impact of European Integration on Economic Growth in Central Eastern Europe" by Katja Mann has been published and is available online for free.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 135 regarding Trade Liberalization and Wage Inequality: New Insights from a Dynamic Trade Model with Heterogeneous Firms and Comparative Advantage" by Wolfgang Lechthaler and Mariya Mileva has been published and is available online for free.
We updated the FIW-Statistics. The "Current FIW-Statistics on International Trade" offer a clear and graphical overview on key data and indices reflecting current international developments on international trade.
The FIW-Working Paper No. 134 regarding "Export Competitiveness of Textile Commodities: A Panel Data Approach " by Tarun Arora has been published and is available online for free.