The German Input-Output Workshop was established by the Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH). Since 2014, the workshop is organised by GWS. Its aim is to gather practitioners in order to discuss methods, applications and developments in input-output analysis.
Online Input-Output Workshop 2021
From 22 to 24 March 2021, the 13th Input-Output Workshop took place online. The aim of the workshop was to bring together scientists and practitioners in the field of input-output research and to offer a platform for the exchange of experiences in input-output analysis.
The 12th Input-Output Workshop took place from 12 to 13 March 2020 in Osnabrück. The aim of the workshop was to bring together scientists and practitioners in the field of input-output research and to offer a platform for the exchange of experience in input-output analysis.
Input-Output-Workshop Spezial 2019
From 14 to 15 March 2019 a special edition of the Input-Output-Workshop took place in Bochum. Since the Input-Output-Analysis can contribute to a better understanding of the challenges and solutions for sustainable development, different applications of the Input-Output-Analysis for questions of sustainable development were discussed. The programme of the workshop and further information can be found here.
The tenth edition of the German Input-Output Workshop took place in Bremen from 15.3. to 16.3.2018. The aim of the workshop was to bring together scientists and practitioners in the field of input-output research and to provide a platform for sharing experiences and research methods in the area of input-output analysis. The Call for Papers and further information on the workshop can be found here.
The German Input-Output Workshop took place the second time in a row in Osnabrück, from 31.3. to 1.4.2016. The aim of the workshop was to gather practitioners in the field of Input-Output research and to discuss current developments. Abstracts, presentations and the conference proceeding can be downloaded here.
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New videos on the CRED project: How can climate risks and climate adaptation be integrated into macroeconomic modelling?
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH has published two informative videos about the CRED project. In addition to insights into the management of climate risks…
Virtual training: Using macroeconomic models to assess the impacts of climate change and adaptation on national economies.
This training is offered to share experience from the CRED programme in piloting the development and application of such models in Georgia, Kazakhstan and Vietnam. The CRED programme developed…