The new report of the "So geht's uns heute" study sheds light on developments over the past seven survey waves.
The GigClean research project focussed on domestic cleaning workers in the gig economy in Vienna. The results were presented at an online press conference on 29 November.
In the current wave of the "So geht's uns heute" survey, a quarter of respondents expect their household income to decrease.
In a policy brief, IHS deals with sustainable financial knowledge in Austria. An online survey of more than 1,000 Austrians reveals gaps in knowledge.
The record inflation, initially driven by a rise in energy prices, and the distortions in the wake of Russia’s war against Ukraine led to a stagnation of the Austrian economy. As these effects begin to fade, the economy should return to a subdued growth path. For the forecast period 2023 to 2027, IHS expects an average annual real GDP growth of 1.2 %.
A new IHS study developed measures to promote a culture of philanthropy, meaning collective practices, values and emotions that could lead to more philanthropic engagement in our society.
Holger Bonin is the new Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) as of 1 July 2023. He succeeds interim Director Klaus Neusser and will lead the Institute together with General Secretary Julia Studencki.
The economic situation of Austrian households remains tense in the light of high inflation according to the latest report of the survey "So geht's uns heute" ("This is how we are today").
On June 28, the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) presented its latest economic forecast for the period 2023-2024. After a phase of stagnation, economic growth should pick up again by the end of 2023.
Austria introduced a CO2 price in 2022. However, its implementation is flawed. On the one hand because of subsidies that run counter to climate protection efforts, and on the other because of the level of the price, which is too low by international standards.
The CO2 price in Austria is rather low in international comparison. Moreover, it is too low to reflect the costs of climate change or to effectively promote decarbonization.
The leading economic german research institutes have raised their forecast for growth in German economic output in the current year to 0.3 percent. In the fall, they were still expecting a decline of 0.4 percent. “The economic setback in the winter half-year 2022/2023 is likely to have been less severe than feared in the fall. The main reason for this is a smaller loss of purchasing power as a result of a significant drop in energy prices,” says Timo Wollmershäuser, Head of Forecasts at ifo. Nevertheless, the rate of inflation will fall only slowly from 6.9 percent last year to 6.0 percent this year.
In Austria, real GDP has been stagnating since mid-2022. High inflation as a result of energy prices, elevated uncertainty and weak international demand are all weighing on the domestic economy. With global demand picking up and inflationary pressure easing, the Austrian economy should return to a stable growth path in the second half of 2023.
German economist Holger Bonin will take up his position as Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) on 1 July 2023 and will lead it together with Secretary General Julia Studencki. The designated successor to Klaus Neusser presented himself and his perspectives to the public for the first time at the IHS on 28 March.
IHS and Masaryk University sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to formalize their collaboration in an effort to promote academic cooperation and exchange.
Negotiations to fill the position of scientific director of the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) have been successfully concluded. Prof. Dr. Holger Bonin will take up the position on July 1, 2023.