European Institute for International Economic Relations
Europäisches Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen (EIIW)
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1995 Potsdam Germany
1995, Potsdam (Germany). Secretariat relocated to Wuppertal (Germany) in 2003.
Analyse international economic problems from a genuine European perspective, focusing on requirements for a stable and efficient international division of labour and technology, including the integration of Eastern Europe; provide a forum for innovative and critical research and an intellectual bridge between the research community, the business sector and economic policymakers.
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