The German Economic Institute participates in a number of national and international networks.
The AIECE network of European economic research institutes serves to exchange and discuss the economic perspectives of individual countries.
The aim of the European Business Ethics Network Deutschland (EBEND) is to promote an exchange of opinions and ideas about ethical issues in a business context.
The information system for vocational rehabilitation REHADAT realized by IW is a member of the European network EASTIN for assistive technologies.
The Economic Policy Forum (EPF) is an international network of think tanks and institutes dealing with economic policy issues.
Economic Think Tank Exchange (ETTE) – an informal network of national think tanks.
The German Economic Institute (IW) is an active member of an international network for the analysis of labor market and personnel policy issues.
The German Economic Institute is part of a network of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound).
The German Economic Institute (IW) is now accepting applications for Visiting Fellows working on the field of Transatlantic Economic Cooperation.
With the help of the German Economic Institute (IW), INFER (International Network for Economic Research) supports economic research and facilitates contacts between young economists.
The German Economic Institute (IW) is a member of an international consortium of institutes and universities advising the European Parliament on trade policy issues.
IW Director Michael Hüther spent three months as a visiting professor at California's Stanford University in 2016. The partnership will continue.
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