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One and a half year after Brexit - what are the next steps?


 

 

 

The British Prime Minister surprisingly withdrawed a compromise. Therefore she receives now critique and malice.

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27.08.2017
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FIW Policy No.37 "Effekte der US-Präsidentschaft Trump – Neuer Protektionismus" published

The FIW Policy Brief No. 37 regarding the effects of the precidency of Donald Trump by Marina Steininger and Gabriel Felbermayr has been published and is available online for free. The Policy Brief is available in German language.read more

26.09.2017
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FIW-Note No. 24 (September 2017) published

FIW publishes biannually FIW Notes. They present an overview of the most important Austrian and international developments regarding International Economics. The 24th issue is now available for free on the FIW-Website.

21.09.2017
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Präsentationen zur 26. AW-Vorlesung "Die Relevanz von nicht-tarifären Maßnahmen für den Außenhandel"

Heute, am 21.9. 2017 hat die 26. AW-Vorlesung "Die Relevanz von nicht-tarifären Maßnahmen für den Außenhandel" im Pressezentrum des BMWFW stattgefunden. Die Präsentationen von Julia Grübler, MSc (wiiw) und Mag. Dr. Claudia Dorninger (WKO) sind nun zum Download verfügbar.read more

05.09.2017
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FIW Policy No.36 "Die Relevanz von nicht-tarifären Maßnahmen für den Außenhandel" published

The FIW Policy Brief No. 36 regarding the Importance of non-tariff-measures for Austrian foreign trade by Julia Grübler and Robert Stehrer (wiiw) has been published and is available online for free. The Policy Brief is available in German language.read more

10.08.2017

Statistics Austria: Continuous growth of imports and exports from January to May 2017

In the period January to May 2017, total imports amounted to €61.07 bn and total exports amounted to €59.17 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the corresponding period of the previous year Austrian imports increased by 9.8% while Austrian exports rose by 9.6%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €1.90 bn. The working-day adjusted rates of increase were 8.3% for imports and 8.2% for exports.

25.07.2017
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FIW-Statistiken im neuen Look und zusätzlichen Funktionen

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, wir freuen uns, Ihnen die Rubrik der FIW-Statistiken im runderneuerten, interaktiven Design präsentieren zu können. Die neu gestalteten Statistiken zur Außenwirtschaft bieten einen schnellen Überblick über die wichtigsten Kennzahlen und Indikatoren zur Entwicklung des österreichischen Außenhandels, übersichtlich und in grafischer Form dargestellt. Die neu gruppierten Diagramme informieren über alle in der Vorgängerversion enthaltenen Indikatoren. Durch die modernisierte Darstellungsweise und personalisierbare Auswahlmöglichkeiten vermitteln die neuen Diagramme einen noch besseren Überblick über die Außenhandelsstruktur Österreichs und die Bedeutung verschiedener Handelspartner. Wie bisher können alle zugrunde liegenden Datenreihen als Excel-Files abgerufen werden.

17.07.2017

Statistics Austria: Regional foreign trade 2016: Tyrol and Salzburg with highest relative increases in exports

According to preliminary results by Statistics Austria for the year 2016, the federal states Tyrol (+7.7%) and Salzburg (+1.9%) registered the highest relative increases in exports. In absolute terms Tyrol (€0.88 bn) showed the strongest development, followed by Upper Austria (€0.42 bn). Five out of nine federal states could increase their export values compared to 2015. The strongest decreases were observed in Vienna (-4.6%, €-0.87 bn) and Burgenland (-4.3%, €-0.09 bn). On the import side, only Burgenland (-7.3%, €-0.19 bn) and Lower Austria (-3.5%, €-0.81 bn) registered a decline, whereas the imports of the remaining seven federal states increased. In relative terms, the most dynamic developments were recorded for Salzburg (+8.7%), Tyrol (+6.3%) and Styria (+3.1%). In absolute numbers, also Salzburg (€1.04 bn) and Tyrol (€0.67 bn) showed the strongest growth in imports. The highest external trade values in terms of trade-intensity (sum of imports and exports) were observed in Upper Austria, Vienna and Lower Austria, in the order indicated.

07.07.2017

Statistics Austria: January to April 2017: foreign trade continues to grow

In the period January to April 2017, total imports amounted to €48.48 bn and total exports amounted to €46.76 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the previous period (January to April 2016), Austrian imports increased by 8.0% while Austrian exports rose by 7.4%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €1.72 bn. The working-day adjusted rates of increase were 8.0% for imports and 7.6% for exports.

10.08.2016
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Call for Papers for the 10th FIW Research Conference 'International Economics'

The Research Centre International Economics - FIW announces its 10th Research Conference ‘International Economics on November 9-10, 2017 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: 17 August, 2017 Venue: Vienna University of Economics & Business (WU) Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna, Austria Contact: FIW Project Office (fiw-pb@fiw.at) Keynote Lecture: Dennis Novy (Warwick)

29.06.2017

Statistics Austria: January to March 2017: sharp increase in imports and exports

In the period January to March 2017, total imports amounted to €36.94 bn and total exports amounted to €35.54 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. Compared to the previous period (January to March 2016), Austrian imports increased by 9.4% while Austrian exports rose by 10.3%. The global foreign trade balance showed a deficit of €1.40 bn. The working-day adjusted rates of increase were 7.2% for imports and 8.2% for exports.