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22.05.2018
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FIW-wiiw-Seminar in International Economics: May 30, 2018

Title: Domestic Barriers to Internal and International Trade: New Evidence for Brazil, 1920-1940 Speaker: Michael Huberman, Université de Montréal, Canada 30 May 2018, 3:00 p.m. Venue:wiiw, Rahlgasse 3, 1060 Vienna We kindly ask you to register for the event. Participation is free of charge.[more]

09.03.2018

Statistics Austria: Foreign trade January to February 2018: slight decline in imports (-0.3%), increase in exports (+4.3%)

In the period January to February 2018, total imports amounted to €23.87 bn and total exports added up to €23.60 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, Austrian imports decreased by 0.3% and Austrian exports rose by 4.3%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €0.26 bn. Working-day adjusted, imports declined by 2.1% and exports increased by 2.5%.

23.04.2018
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Anstehende Neuerungen des FIW-Datenportals

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, Wir möchten Sie über anstehende Neuerungen des FIW-Datenportals informieren.  Die alten FIW-Server können aufgrund nicht mehr unterstützter Software-Updates bzw. Supports von Herstellerseite nicht mehr länger aktualisiert werden. Als Konsequenz daraus wird daher das FIW-Datenabfragetool nur mehr bis Ende Mai 2018 zur Verfügung stehen. Die FIW-Datenbestände werden ab sofort nur mehr im neuen WIFO-Daten-System (WDS) aktuell gehalten.   Derzeit sind im WDS folgende FIW-Datenbestände integriert: * IMF BOP * IMF DOT * IMF IFS * Nationale Datenbestände (früher: GEN) * FDI * WIIW * Comtrade * Es ist nicht geplant, die Comext Datenbestände ebenfalls ins WDS zu integrieren, da diese über die Eurostat Website kostenlos zur Verfügung stehen.   Da es zurzeit auf das WDS keinen Webzugriff gibt, bieten wir Ihnen an, die FIW-Datenbestände über den WDS-Client zu beziehen.   Der WDS-Client ist eine Windows Desktop Applikation (lauffähig unter Windows 7, Windows 8 und Windows 10), mit dem Sie auf das WDS zugreifen und dieses mittels Volltext- bzw Katalogsuche durchsuchen können. Die von Ihnen ausgewählten Datenreihen können Sie nach Excel exportieren. Einmal in Excel abgespeicherte Daten können Sie auf Knopfdruck laufend aktualisieren. Mit freundlichen Grüßen Das FIW-Team[more]

16.04.2018
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FIW Policy No.39 "Der Beitrag von Sachgüterexporten zur Wirtschaftsleistung: Eine Input-Output-Analyse published

The FIW Policy Brief No. 39 regarding "an input-output-anlaysis of the contribution of physical-goods-exports" by Oliver Fritz and Gerhard Streicher has been published and is available online for free. The Policy Brief is available in German language.[more]

30.11.2017
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FIW-Note No. 25 (March 2018) published

FIW publishes biannually FIW Notes. They present an overview of the most important Austrian and international developments regarding International Economics. The 25th issue is now available for free on the FIW-Website. The FIW Notes are written in German language.

09.03.2018

Statistics Austria: Imports and exports both increased by more than 8% in 2017

In the period January to December 2017, total imports amounted to €147.62 bn and total exports added up to €141.92 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, Austrian imports increased by 8.8% and Austrian exports rose by 8.2%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €5.70 bn. Working-day adjusted, the rates of increase were 9.4% for imports and 9.0% for exports.

09.02.2018

Statistics Austria: Strong increases in imports and exports in the period January to November 2017

In the period January to November 2017, total imports amounted to €135.81 bn and total exports added up to €131.08 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, Austrian imports increased by 9.0% and Austrian exports rose by 8.6%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €4.73 bn. Working-day adjusted, the rates of increase were 9.0% for imports and 8.7% for exports.

01.02.2018
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28th AW Lecture: ''Entwicklung, Determinanten und Bedeutung der totalen Faktorproduktivität"

The next Lecture on 'Entwicklung, Determinanten und Bedeutung der totalen Faktorproduktivität' with Klaus Weyerstraß (IHS) takes place on February 13, 9:15 am at the Federal Ministry for Digital, Business and Enterprise (BMDW), Stubenring 1, 1010 Vienna. [more]

08.01.2018

Statistics Austria: Foreign trade continued to grow in the period January to October 2017

In the period January to October 2017, total imports amounted to €122.54 bn and total exports added up to €117.83 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, Austrian imports increased by 9.1% and Austrian exports rose by 8.3%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €4.71 bn. Working-day adjusted, the rates of increase were 8.9% for imports and 8.4% for exports.

08.01.2018

Statistics Austria: Regional foreign trade first half year 2017: increases in exports for all federal states

In the period January to October 2017, total imports amounted to €122.54 bn and total exports added up to €117.83 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, Austrian imports increased by 9.1% and Austrian exports rose by 8.3%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €4.71 bn. Working-day adjusted, the rates of increase were 8.9% for imports and 8.4% for exports. [more]