Vorträge: Gerhard Streicher (8 Treffer)

Veranstalter: Gesundheit Österreich GmbH
Präsentation der Studie "Quantitative Wirkungen der EU-Struktur- und Kohäsionspolitik in Österreich. Ein Beitrag zu "25 Jahre Österreich in der EU""
Gerhard Streicher, Mathias Kirchner (WIFO)
How "Bio" is the Bio-Based Economy? Evidence from an integrated modelling exercise (How "Bio" is the Bio-Based Economy? Evidence from an integrated modelling exercise)
Vortrag, 27.06.2019
Veranstalter: International Input-Output Association
To mitigate our economies' reliance on fossil fuels, bio-based alternatives to common materials are increasingly proposed. Though usually looking (much) more environmentally friendly, the up-stream consequences of such alternatives are often not well analysed; specifically, the (net) reduction in oil consumption, e.g., is often much less than expected (as, for example, in the rather ill-fated experiment with bio-fuels for transport). This paper takes as its starting point the potential replacement of crude oil by bio-based feedstock in the production of polymers ("plastics"). Employing a cascade of specialised models, from the production technology of the chemical industry, via a global agricultural model, to a global Input-Output model, we simulate the "technological rebound" as significant, but not dramatic.
in: ILPN Conference – 5th International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care
Vortrag, Wien, 12.9.2018
Recent projections of long-term care costs across Western societies show a significant rise in the upcoming decades. This is mainly due to demographic developments, but also due to a reduction of families' capacities to deliver informal care. Thus, an expansion of both mobile and in-patient care is inevitable. As the increasing demand alters both public and private expenditures, it is worth taking a look beyond the conventional cost-based evaluation of long-term care developments and to evaluate the economic effects induced by this growing sector. In that demand for care services increases, this poses chances for, but also puts demands on other sectors of the economy, which go beyond the immediate effects and costs of the care institutions. Against this background this paper presents a first analysis of the macroeconomic linkages of the long-term care sector for the case of Austria.
Workshops, Konferenzen und andere Veranstaltungen, Wien, 20.6.2018, https://www.fiw.ac.at
Veranstalter: Kompetenzzentrum "Forschungsschwerpunkt Internationale Wirtschaft"
Der Vortrag präsentiert die in zwei FIW Policy Briefs (39 und 40) vorgestellte Input-Output-Analyse der Entwicklung österreichischer Exporte und Sachgüterproduktion in den letzten Jahrzehnten. Untersucht werden dabei zwei mit der in diesem Zeitraum beobachteten Globalisierung einhergehende Phänomene: die zunehmende Verwendung importierter Waren und Dienstleistungen im Produktionsprozess sowie der Rückgang der Wertschöpfungsintensität in der heimischen Produktion (der nicht nur, aber vor allem in der Sachgüterindustrie zu beobachten ist).
in: 47. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften des Landbaues e.V., 17. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Agrarökonomie
Vortrag, München, September 2007
Oliver Fritz, Erwin Kolleritsch, Gerhard Streicher
in: The Intermediate International Input-Output Meeting
Vortrag, Japan, Juli 2006
Veranstalter: International Input-Output Association
Vortrag, Beijing, Juni 2005
Veranstalter: International Input-Output Association