HWWI

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HWWIHamburgische Welt-Wirtschafts-Institut (Germany)
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The time-varying VAR parameter approach allows us to study the evolution of the crude oil price elasticity with respect to the effective exchange rate of the dollar, the HWWI index, the Gold prices and the dry cargo index.
He is also a Research Affiliate at Hamburg Institute of World Economics (HWWI) and Guest Professor at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt.
(3.) OECD calculations, The total price index for non-energy primary commodities is a weighted average of the individual HWWI non-oil commodities indices with the weights based on the commodities' share in total non-energy commodities world trade.
Berenberg Bank HWWI: Strategie 2030--Staatsver-schuldung, Hamburg, No.
Il est egalement professeur extraordinaire de sociologie de la culture et de l'innovation a l'Universite de Luneburg et chercheurs associes a l'Institut International d'Economie de la ville de Hamburg (HWWI) en Allemagne.
Munz, Rainer, Thomas Straubhaar, Florin Vadean, Nadia Vadean (2006): The Costs and Benefits of European Immigration, HWWI Policy Report No.
"One could easily fall under the illusion that there is not much to discuss about the global economy and globalization," Henning VE[micro]pel, director of the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) told DW.
(19.) Yasar Aydin, " Der Diskurs um die Abwanderung Hochqualifizierter turkischer Herkunft in die Turkei," HWWI Policy Paper, 3-9, Hamburg, 2010.
E-mail f.barthel@lse.ac.uk; and Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI)
The total price index for non-energy primary commodities is a weighted average of the individual HWWI non-oil commodities indices with the weights drawn from the commodities' share in total non-energy commodities world trade.
Authors' Note: An earlier version of this paper was presented at the Public Choice Society meeting, in March 2008, at San Antonio, Texas, and was also published as a discussion paper at the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Germany.