The Slovak Republic joined IIASA in 2020 with its membership supported through the Ministry of Education, Science, Research, and Sport.
Czechoslovakia was a founding member of IIASA in 1972. Following the peaceful dissolution of the country into the Czech- and Slovak Republics at the end of the Cold War, the Slovak Republic remained a full member of IIASA from 1994 to 2003.
Main areas of collaborations:
Land Cover and Land Use Change in Slovakia
Climate impacts on global agriculture and food security
Climate change and energy policies toward a sustainable future
European forest management
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15 July 2021
Tracking COVID-19 across Europe
01 April 2020
Slovak Republic re-establishes ties with IIASA
28 November 2022
Standardizing migration data in Europe
28 November 2022
Collaborating for better research and management of wildland fires in Europe
15 April 2020
COVID-19: An unprecedented shock to social and economic systems
Erich Striessnig discusses the risks posed by the current COVID-19 pandemic and shares insights from his latest research around socioeconomic indicators related to the pandemic in Austria.
Eker, S. , Mastrucci, A. , Pachauri, S. , & van Ruijven, B. (2023). Social media data shed light on air-conditioning interest of heat-vulnerable regions and sociodemographic groups. One Earth 6 (4) 428-440. 10.1016/j.oneear.2023.03.011.
Komendantova, N. , Erokhin, D., Rovenskaya, E. , Dallo, I., Fallou, L., Rapaport, C., Vicari, R., & Yosipof, A. (2023). Contribution to the Global Digital Compact: “Digital commons as a global public good. Internet as a free space, and methods for combating the spread of disinformation and misinformation.”. IIASA Report. Laxenburg: IIASA
Ueffing, P., Adhikari, S., K.C., Samir, Poznyak, O., Goujon, A. , & Natale, F. (2023). Ukraine's population future after the Russian Invasion. Publications Office of the European Union , Luxembourg. 10.2760/607962.
Krisztin, T. & Piribauer, P. (2023). A joint spatial econometric model for regional FDI and output growth. Papers in Regional Science 10.1111/pirs.12714. (In Press)
Chen, S., Cao, Z., Prettner, K., Kuhn, M., Yang, J., Jiao, L., Wang, Z., Li, W., Geldsetzer, P., Bärnighausen, T., Bloom, D.E., & Wang, C. (2023). Estimates and Projections of the Global Economic Cost of 29 Cancers in 204 Countries and Territories From 2020 to 2050. JAMA Oncology 9 (4) 465-472. 10.1001/jamaoncol.2022.7826.
K.C., S. & Gailey, N. (2023). Human capital futures in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus amid aging, depopulation, and high skilled emigration. IIASA Working Paper. Laxenburg, Austria: WP-23-003