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Watch Armando Garcia Schmidt's WWWforEurope Lecture now!

The WWWforEurope Lecture "Winning Strategies for a Sustainable Future" by Armando Garcia Schmidt can be watched online now.

Videos of Reinhilde Veugelers' WWWforEurope Lecture available online

The videos of Reinhilde Veugelers' WWWforEurope Lecture "Coherent Innovation and Industrial Policy Favouring Socio-Ecological Transition" and the commentary by Andreas Reinstaller are available online  

Videos of Dennis Meadows' WWWforEurope Lecture online now!

Watch Dennis Meadows' WWWforEurope Lecture "Financing the Future Welfare State" and commentary by Karl Aiginger online now.

Call for Papers: 2nd WWWforEurope Best Paper Award

The submission deadline is November 16th, 2014. See the call for papers for details.

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WIFO - Austrian Institute of Economic Research
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 290647.

The project receives additional funding under the TOP.EU program of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy.

Welcome to the WWWforEurope Project!

Even before the financial crisis it has become evident that Europe needs a new, future-oriented strategy to regain an economically, socially and environmentally viable position. The mission of the project is to derive a strategy for a more dynamic, inclusive and sustainable Europe. Our tentative results indicate that this is possible if Europe goes for a "high-road strategy" based on quality, skills and innovation. Based on this strategy Europe should try to become a role model for the globalised world.

Read our midterm project information for an overview of WWWforEurope's topical contributions to current discourses, important analyses and insights.

WWWforEurope researcher Asjad Naqvi receives Eduard März Prize



WWWforEurope researcher Asjad Naqvi has been awarded the Eduard März Prize by the Chamber of Labour Vienna for his paper "Climate Change and Growth – An Integrated Approach to Emissions, Production, Distributions, and Employment" at the Young Economists Conference.

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