Policy Briefs

IHS Policy Briefs are aimed at a broad target audience. They result from current research activities at the Institute and provide practice-oriented recommendations for political decision-makers, but also offer comprehensible background information for the media and the interested public.

Policy Briefs also highlight the broad interdisciplinary research at the IHS. They deal, for instance, with the social and economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Austrian tax system, the regulation of urban transport or the challenges facing education policy - to name but a few.

 


Recent Policy Briefs

In their IHS Policy Brief, Martin Kocher and Fabian Muny analyze the consequences of the recently published OECD report on pension markets for Austria.

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What shapes expenditure in research and development during times of economic crisis? Benjamin Bittschi and Richard Sellner deal with that question in their new policy brief.

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What is a suitable policy mix for a sustainable transformation in the context of climate change? Benjamin Bittschi and Richard Sellner deal with this issue in their IHS Policy Brief.

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In an IHS-Policy Brief Klaus Weyerstrass analyzed the allocation of tasks between the EU and the Member States against the background of the theory of fiscal federalism.

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List of Policy Briefs

All Policy Briefs at IHS are licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 and can be read and downloaded at the Institutional Repository.