Halle Institute for Economic Research (Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle, IWH)

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Institution Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH)
Location Halle (Saale)
Topics Economic transformation and integration processes in the expanded EU, macroeconomic dynamics and stability, institutions as determinants of resource allocation, international capital markets, innovation in catch-up regions
Orientation Economic research, evidence-based policy evaluation and economic policy consulting, acquisition and provision of innovative data sets
Establishment 1992

Copyright: IWHThe IWH is the only economic research institute in East Germany. It conducts research on transformation-based economic characteristics as well as the ongoing process of economic integration in Europe. In addition, the IWH develops well-founded contributions to current economic policy in cooperation with numerous university and extra-university research institutions in Germany and abroad.
For instance, the IWH is a member of the project group Joint Economic Forecasting, which semi-annually puts together reports on the current status of the global economy and the German economy for the German government; in addition, it is part of a European research consortium for analysing the economic catching-up processes in Central and Eastern Europe (EU's Seventh Framework Programme).
The IWH has a structured programme for promoting young economics talents. As a member of the Leibniz Society, the IWH is funded by the federal government and the German Länder.
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