24 April 2013
Vienna, Austria

Vienna 2050 - What does the future hold?

Wolfgang Lutz presents results on the future of education, employment and migration in Vienna at the "future.forum"

For the first time the results of the electronic tool „future.monitor" will be presented to a broad public. The future.monitor generates sound multi-dimensional population scenarios that differentiate the resident population by age, gender, level of education, labor force participation and migrant status for Austria and now also for Vienna. Different scenarios present the effects of population development on future everyday life (public services, siting), and show what has to be done to maintain the economic performance and the associated social security systems.

Future.monitor is a cooperation between the Austrian Federation of Industry (IV), the Austrian Red Cross, and the University of Economics, supported by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. More information is available under www.futuremonitor.at (Language: German).

Alongside Wolfgang Lutz, the panel list includes Dieter Chmelar, Robert Dempfer, Andreas Reiter and Ursula Simacek.


Date: 24.04.2013 - 18:30 Uhr

Location: Haus der Industrie, Urbansaal, 1.Stock
Schwarzenbergplatz 4
1030 Wien

More information to the event is available here

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Wolfgang Lutz

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Population and Just Societies Program|Social Cohesion


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