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WiWi-Online is an information service for students, academics, higher education institutions and businesses in economics, business studies and related fields.
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WiWi-Online is a web site tailored specifically and carefully to the research needs of students, researchers, academic staff and young professionals in the fields of economics and business studies.

WiWi-Online (pronounced ‘Vee-Vee online’) started with three highly successful web sites in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The abbreviation WiWi comes from the German word ‘Wirtschaftswissenschaften’ - a general term that covers the many fields related to economics and business studies.

WiWi-Online has built up an extensive collection of databases and information such as database of over 200 central banks and useful sources of national statistics. This information has been filtered and organised into relevant categories, saving users valuable time and effort.

The web site also provides invaluable information such as a the database of all senior academic staff at higher education institutions in the UK and Ireland together with their research interests and contact details. Additionally, as an extra benefit for universities, WiWi-Online provides the opportunity to present higher education institutions on the WiWi-Online website.

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