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IIASAInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Austria)
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The SSPs, developed previously by IIASA and other key partner organizations, look at different ways the world and society could progress, including one in which the world pursues sustainability, one in which economic and population growth continue much as they have done historically, and another in which the world pursues high economic growth with little emphasis on sustainability.
It was also decided that PSF and IIASA will jointly work for capacity building of Pakistani scientists through international trainings.
14) Paul Meerts, "The European Union as a Negotiated System", in PINPoints, Network Newsletter, Laxenburg: IIASA, no.
For South and East Asian countries other than China and India, the data in 1) and 2) above were prepared by IIASA and based on scenarios supplied by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
2001) "The Macroeconomic Effect of EU Structural Transfers, IIASA, Interim Report IR-01-044/October
According to IIASA, the population of the European part of the former Soviet Union is expected to fall by more than half over the course of this century from around 230 million to 108 million in 2100 (though the longest-term projections are, IIASA, admits, highly variable and uncertain).
Proceedings of the Second IIASA Symposium on Global Modelling, Buenos Aires, October 7-10, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria.
Both Barro and Lee and the IIASA projection paper classify the population of 15+ into no schooling, primary, secondary and tertiary schooling for 5-year intervals, whereas EUKLEMS categorizes the percentage of total hours worked into low, medium and high skill level on an annual basis.
Examples would include the various projects at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, and their counterparts in various national universities, such as models of climate impacts, minerals markets, changes in the biosphere, energy resources and population dynamics (see IIASA Annual Reports).
IIASA attempts to quantify some of the uncertainly surrounding demographic projections by using "probabilistic" methodology.