2017 NOeG Workshop
December 19-20, 2017

2018 NOeG Annual Meeting
Technische Universität Wien, 
May 11-12, 2018

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Nationaloekonomische Gesellschaft (NOeG)
Austrian Economic Association

The NOeG is a non-profit association with the objective of promoting scientific progress in the field of the theoretical and applied economic sciencies.

In the field of the applied economic sciencies, the independed and objective analysis of the economic performance of the Austrian economy is a main goal of the NOeG.



Highlights of the annual meeting in Linz 2017 – a review. (German) 

NOeG will host a Workshop specifically aimed at Austrian researchers abroad and junior scientists on December 19th and 20th, 2017. Further information may be found  here. (German)

The Austrian Ecnomic Association awards the NOeG Dissertation Fellowship in order to promote junior scientists. Further information may be found  here. (German)

The Young Economist Awards Laureates 2017: Alexander Ahammer (JKU Linz), Alice Kuegler (University College London), Andreas Steinmayr (LMU München).

The annual meeting of the NOeG in 2018 will be held on May 11th and 12th at the TU Wien (Technische Universität Wien). The conference is open to all economic research areas. Main topic will be the  future of health care systems.

Univ.Prof. Dr. Engelbert Dockner died on April 16th, 2017. Prof. Dockner was president of the NOeG from 2003 to 2004 and – to the end – member of the board. We lose an outstanding, internationally renowned scientist who was commited to and involved in economics as a science. An obituary by Univ.Prof. Dr. Stefan Bogner can be found here (german).

2017 NOeG annual meeting in Linz – Website  

New board of the NOeG: President Univ.-Prof. DDr. Ingrid Kubin, 1st Vice President ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Karl W. Steininger, 2nd Vice President Dr. Peter Mooslechner, Secretary General Prof. Dr. Martin Zagler 

Tony Atkinson (1944–2017). An obituary (german) by Wilfried Altzinger.

On April 6th, 2016 the NOeG hosted an event at the Vienna University of Economics and Business concerned with pluralism in economics. Renowned researchers from Switzerland, Germany and Austria discussed this highly interesting topic. A recording of the event can be found here.