HWWAHamburgisches Welt Wirtschafts Archiv (German)
HWWAHarvey W. Wiley Award (est. 1956)
HWWAHawaii Water Works Association (trade group)
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Kumari Selja said that HWWA's efforts are commendable in the field of welfare activities in ITBP, and congratulated HWWA for showcasing the rare products and culture of the remote Himalayan region in the exhibition, and added that it gives a message of integrity and diversity to the nation.
Paper prepared for a joint workshop, HWWA and WU-Wien, on "Re-location of production and jobs to CEE countries--who gains and who loses?", Hamburg, Germany, 16th-17th September 2005.
(4) This happened to the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA, Hamburgisches Welt-Wirtschafts-Archiv) which was one of the leading institutes, but lost public funding for its research sections after a critical evaluation by the Science Council.
Reszat, B., 2003, "How has the European Monetary Integration Process Contributed to Regional Financial Market Integration?", HWWA Discussion paper, no.
'Germany faces difficult times because the formation of a new government will be tough,' said Thomas Straubhaar, head of the Hamburg-based HWWA economic research institute.
Zusammenfuhrung von Arbeitslosen- und Sozialhilfe, HWWA Wirtschaftsdienst 2/2002.
(29) See Konstanze Kinne, "Efficiencies in Merger Analysis," Intereconomics, November-December 1999 (1999/06), Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA), on the Internet at: http://www.hwwa.de/Publikationen/Intereconomics/1999/ ie_docs1999/ie9906-kinne.htm.
(3')), wp is the annual inflation rate of world commodity prices in USD (HWWA index), y is the output gap measured as the deviation of actual from trend (HP method), and b is business tendency survey for manufacturing in Euroland (OECD data).
Organiser: the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) and the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA), Venue: Maastricht, Date: December 10-11, Information: Sonja van de Pol, Programme Organisation, EIPA, P.O.
Other commodity prices, however, have weakened since mid-1995, due to the sluggish European economy and the collapse of the copper trade market, with commodity prices (as measured by the HWWA commodity price index excluding energy) falling by 12 per cent in the twelve months to July 1996.
(1994), "Von der Lean Production zum Lean Employment", HWWA Wirtschaftsdienst, Nor.