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Aside from self-funded projects, the EIIW also conducts research projects on behalf of foundations, governments, international organizations and NGOs as well as private enterprises. In this context, the EIIW has cooperated with a number of research partners. Research results are usually published to make them available to the wider public.

 

A selection of our partners:

- AICGS/The Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC

- ARC-Sys, Vienna

- CASE research center, Warsaw

- Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

- Higher School of Economics, Moscow

- Institute for World Economics, Budapest

- Center for European Studies at Chulalongkorn University Bangkok

- Center for European Studies at the University of Birmingham

- Leontief Center, St. Petersburg

- MERIT at the University of Maastricht