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.
- AW-Curriculum: Seminar Verteilungseffekte im Freihandel
- Call for Papers. 12th FIW Research Conference 'International Economics'
- SIE: Offshoring and Non-Monotonic Employment Effects across Industries in General Equilibrium
Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren! Aus gegebenem Anlass (COVID19-Virus) wird das Seminar W4 „Schlüsseltechnologien der Digitalisierung und ihre Effekte auf die Außenwirtschaft - unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Dienstleistungsaußenhandels", welches am 25.03.2020 stattfinden sollte, auf den 16.9. 2020 verschoben. Vielen Dank für Ihr Verständnis!
The special importance of Austrian foreign trade relations for Austrian economic development is taken as an opportunity by the "Research Centre International Economics" (FIW) to prepare an annual report on the "State of Austrian Foreign Trade" starting in 2020 with the support of funds from the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW). This publication consists of several chapters and will deal with a different main focus each year. In addition to the presentation and analysis of the most recent developments in Austrian foreign trade, special attention will be paid to the forecast of future developments. For this purpose, the annual report contains two chapters on the assessment of the short and medium-term development of Austrian foreign trade relations. Against the background of the new trade barriers introduced since 2018, the current Annual Report focuses on this topic and gives it special consideration in the analyses carried out.
FIW Policy No. 44 'Die Bedeutung ausländischer multinationaler Unternehmen für Forschung, Entwicklung und Innovation in Österreich" published
The FIW Policy Brief No. 41 regarding 'Die Bedeutung ausländischer multinationaler Unternehmen für Forschung, Entwicklung und Innovation in Österreich"' by Bernhard Dachs (AIT)has been published and is available online for free. The Policy Brief is available in German language.
The two-year foreign trade curriculum is based on the seminar series "Current Economic Issues in the Context of International Economics and European Integration", which has been conducted since 2015 by the Federal Ministry for Digitization and Economic Location (BMDW) together with the Competence Center for Research on International Economics (FIW) and the Federal Academy of Administration (VAB), and extends this series: Eleven seminars will take place within two years. Participants receive a confirmation of participation from the FIW after registering for the AW curriculum (also possible subsequently) and attending five basic seminars and at least three elective seminars. The seminar programme for the year 2020 has just been published. The FIW is looking forward to welcoming you at our events in the coming year.
We cordially invite you to the 12th FIW Research Conference. The conference can be attended free of charge, please register. Conference language is English. On Thursday and Friday at the 12th FIW Research Conference "International Economics" in Vienna, leading international foreign trade experts will discuss the consequences of the trade war for the development of the world economy: 5 December 2019, 17:00: Keynote lecture Peter Egger (ETH Zurich): The US-China Trade War 5December, 2019, 17:45: Policy Panel: "Trade Wars and the global Economy." Participants: Chair: Harald Badinger (Vienna University for Economs and Business) Danai Budas (Federation of Austrian Industries) Peter Egger (ETH Zurich) Marc Fähndrich (Representation of the European Commission in Austria) Manfred Schekulin (Federal Ministry of Economic and Digital Affairs)
The Competence Centre “Research Centre International Economics” (FIW – Forschungsschwerpunkt Internationale Wirtschaft) is inviting applications for a Prae Doc position in the field of International Economics at the Austrian Institute of Economics. Deadline: 11 October 2019
The Research Centre International Economics - FIW announces its 12th Research Conference ‘International Economics on December 5-6, 2019 and invites the submission of (full) working papers to be presented at the conference. Theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented contributions in the fields of ‘International Economics’ (JEL Codes F and or O) are welcome. Submission Deadline: 15 September 2019 Venue: Austrian Institute of Economic, (WIFO), Arsenal Object 20, 1030 Vienna Contact: FIW Project Office (email@example.com) Keynote Lecture: Peter Egger (ETH Zürich) "The US-China Trade War"
The Vienna University of Economics and Business calls for apllications for a PhD position at the Institute for International Economics for 5 years. Funded by FIW. Universitätsassisent/in prae doc Teilzeit, 30 Stunden/Woche Ihr Aufgabenbereich Selbständige Forschung im Themenbereich "International Economics" mit inhaltlicher und methodischer Einbettung in die jeweiligen Forschungsschwerpunkte des Departments Mitarbeit am Kooperationsprojekt "Forschungsschwerpunkt Internationale Wirtschaft" (FIW) Teilnahme am PhD-Studium, Verfassen einer Dissertation Administrative Tätigkeiten und Mitwirkung an Lehre
FIW in cooperation withd the University Vienna, the wiiw, the Vienna Graduate School of Economics and Heinrich Graf Hardegg'sche Stiftung would like to invite you to the 26th FIW Workshop on International Economic Networks, taking place on the June 27th and 28th at the Sky lounge, Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, University of Vienna, Oskar Morgenstern Platz 1, 1090 Vienna We kindly ask for registration. Entrance is free.
Research Report "Das Wirtschaftspartnerschaftsabkommen mit Japan und seine Bedeutung für die österreichische Wirtschaft" published
The Research Report regarding "Das Wirtschaftspartnerschaftsabkommen mit Japan und seine Bedeutung für die österreichische Wirtschaft" by Harald Oberhofer (WIFO and WU Vienna) and Gerhard Streicher (WIFO) has been published and is available online for free. 25 years after Austria's membership referendum, this study quantifies the trade and welfare effects induced by Austrians EU membership. In a first step and by making use of a gravity model, the study calculates the trade effects of Austria’s EU membership. Accordingly, in the long-run Austria trades about 46% more goods with the other EU member states.