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Current  FIW Statistics on International Trade,  a clear and graphical overview.

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09.05.2016

Statistics Austria: January to February 2016: increase in imports (1.2%) and exports (2.0%)

In the period from January to February 2016, total imports amounted to €21.54 bn and total exports amounted to €20.41 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the same period in 2015, Austrian imports increased by 1.2% while Austrian exports rose by 2.0%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €1.13 bn.

18.04.2016
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Update FIW Statistics

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.

14.04.2016
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FIW Policy Brief No. 31 "Analyse der Produktivität Österreichs im internationalen Vergleich" published

The FIW Policy Brief No. 31 regarding "Analyse der Produktivität Österreichs im internationalen Vergleich" by Klaus Weyerstraß has been published and is available online for free.

11.04.2016

Statistics Austria: January 2016: slight increase in imports (0.7%) and almost unchanged exports (-0.03%)

In January 2016, total imports amounted to €10.21 bn and total exports amounted to €9.63 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. The Austrian imports increased by 0.7% while Austrian exports remained at the same level (-0.03%) compared to January 2015. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €0.58 bn.

31.03.2016
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FIW Note No. 21 (March 2016) published

FIW publishes biannually FIW Notes. They present an overview of the most important Austrian and international developments regarding International Economics. The 21st issue is now available for free on the FIW-Website.

18.03.2016
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FIW Policy Brief No. 30"Investitionen in Österreich: Entwicklungen, Ursachen, Politikempfehlungen" published

The FIW Policy Brief No. 30 regarding "Investitionen in Österreich: Entwicklungen, Ursachen, Politikempfehlungen" by Roman Stöllinger has been published and is available online for free.

10.03.2016

Statistics Austria: January to December 2015: increase in imports (2.4%) and exports (2.7%)

In the period January to December 2015, total imports amounted to €133.00 bn and total exports amounted to €131.55 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the same period in 2014, Austrian imports increased by 2.4% while Austrian exports rose by 2.7%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €1.45 bn.

16.02.2016
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Call for applications: Pre Doc "International Economics" at WIFO

The Competence Centre “Research Centre International Economics” (FIW – Forschungsschwerpunkt Internationale Wirtschaft) is inviting applications for a Pre Doc position in the field of International Economics.[more]

10.02.2016
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Update FIW Statistics

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.

09.02.2016

wiiw ranked No. 5 of the world's top international economics think tanks

The latest 'Global Go To' ranking places wiiw in the top of the world's international economics think tanks. The Global Go To Think Tank Index Report is the result of an international survey of over 7,500 scholars, public and private donors, policy makers, and journalists who helped rank more than 6,600 think tanks using a set of 28 criteria developed by the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP). During the last years, wiiw climbed from rank 17 in 2012 to 14 in 2013 to 12 in 2014 - and reaches its highest position in the latest ranking as No. 5.