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17 Oct 2017 | NEWS

Is the “Convergence Trap” the New Risk for the CEE and CIS?

On September 29th, the global equity index provider FTSE Russell announced plans to upgrade Poland from an Advanced Emerging to a Developed market, making it the first country from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) to join the ranks of the twenty-f...

 
16 Oct 2017 | NEWS

Catalonia and the Economics of Secession

The popular support for the secession movement in Catalonia notwithstanding, a serious question must be asked about the underlying rationale: is it economic utopianism that keeps the movement alive, or could the secession really be an opportunity...

 
09 Oct 2017 | NEWS

Russia’s Banking Crisis Indicates Deep Rot

Since Elvira Nabiullina became chairwoman of the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) in 2014, it has closed or taken over more than 300 out of 800 banks....

 
03 Oct 2017 | NEWS

Fallout from German elections: What next for the European economy?

As anticipated, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Party won a plurality with 33% of the vote in the elections to German federal parliament held...

 
02 Oct 2017 | NEWS

“I shall allow it:” Saudi Arabia’s drive to the 20th century

In a rare display of international unity, last week the world cheered the announcement by Saudi Arabian authorities allowing their female citizens...

 
02 Oct 2017 | NEWS

CASE's new study: EU countries lost EUR 151.5 billion of VAT revenues in 2015

CASE authored a study on the VAT Gap in the European Union in 2015 commissioned by the European Commission. In 2015, the VAT Gap in the EU-28 Membe...

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Online CASE CPI

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October 16, 2017

Online CASE CPI index is an innovative measurement of price dynamics in the Polish economy, which is entirely based on online data. Online CASE CPI is constructed by averaging prices of commodities from last four weeks and comparing them to average prices of the same commodities from four weeks prior. The index is updated weekly.

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Corporate Membership Program

CASE invites businesses to join its Corporate Membership Program and help support an independent Polish think tank. The benefits of the program for businesses include: Undertaking common scientific projects; Exchanging knowledge and benefiting from CASE s vast experience; Engaging businesses in public debates on crucial matters of economic policy; Creating networking opportunities between gover...