WIFOÖsterreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (German: Austrian Institute of Economic Research)
WIFOWireless Foundations (Research Center at UC Berkeley)
WIFOWirschaftliche Forschungsgesellschaft (Germany)
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"I believe the WiFO system could be easily transformed into a marketable product, and we are currently looking for a company that is interested in further developing and licensing the technology," Nguyen said.
Some Aspects Regarding Administrative Absorption Capacity for the EU Structural Funds in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia before Accession, WIFO Working Papers, No, 258 August 2005;
Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) (2010), Fraunhofer Institut fur System- und Innovationsforschung (ISI), Barriers to internationalisation and growth of EU's innovative companies, Final Report, Viena, p.
| VIENNA, Feb 1 (KUNA) - Economic growth worldwide is expected to increase by about four percent per year until 2017, says the Austrian economic think tank Wifo.
For the first quarter, the growth estimate was meanwhile revised down to 0.3 percent from 0.5 percent, the official WIFO economic institute said.
WIFO [Austrian Institute of Economic Research] Working Papers, 182, Viena.
Yvonne Wolfmayr, Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), e-mail: Yvonne.Wolfmayr@wifo.ac.at.
The Institute for Economic Research (WIFO), another leading economic research group based in Vienna, said in December the Austrian GDP had the chance to leap by 0.4 per cent this year.
wifo.ac.at/wwa/jsp/index.jsp?fid=23923&id=39003&typeid=8&display_mode=2 (discussing the price volatility problems experienced by the EU ETU).
(99) See, eg, Stephan Schulmeister, 'A General Financial Transaction Tax: A Short Cut of the Pros, the Cons and a Proposal' (WIFO Working Paper No 344, Osterreichisches Institut fur Wirtschaftsforschung [Austrian Institute of Economic Research], October 2009) 5; Zsolt Darvas and Jakob von Weizsacker, 'Financial Transaction Tax: Small Is Beautiful' (PE 429.989, Policy Department, Economic and Scientific Policies, European Parliament, January 2010) 5-8.
WIFO (Austrian Institute of economic research) Quarterly, 1/2009, 11-22.
According to a study by the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), the government's reference, the immigrants are expected to come mainly from the neighbouring countries of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, and to a lesser extent from Slovenia.