11 Feb 2019 | NEWS

CALL FOR PAPERS: 16th annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union

Greater cohesion in an increasingly fractured world: Where now for the European project? Hosted by the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, Ireland Friday, 7 June 2019 CALL FOR PAPERS The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CP...

 
14 Jan 2019 | NEWS

showCASE 89 I No Brexit? Conflict in Northern Ireland? The Fall of the UK? – The Impact of a Hard...

By: Andy Harney, CASE Intern Where Are We Now? Two and a half years after the UK decided to leave the EU, the House of Commons are set to vote on t...

 
21 Dec 2018 | NEWS

Where is the global economy heading in 2019?

By Christopher Dembik, CASE Fellow One of the main difficulties in economics is to identify turning points in the business cycle. The notion of Cre...

 
03 Dec 2018 | NEWS

What future ahead of the European Union?

The EU is changing. Brexit, the rise of nationalist and Eurosceptic forces, uncertainty about EU s capability to deal with another economic and fin...

 
26 Nov 2018 | NEWS

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) and the trade war

Concerns about SOEs are just one symptom of a broader tension between the economic freedoms and state intervention paradigms and the crisis of inst...

 
09 Nov 2018 | NEWS

China is easing again as global growth is slowing

By Christopher Dembik, CASE Fellow One of the main difficulties in economics is to identify turning points in the business cycle. The notion of Cre...

 
03 Sep 2018 | NEWS

Virtual currencies and their potential impact on financial markets and monetary policy - CASE new...

Less than a decade has passed since the development of Bitcoin, the first private decentralised digital currency with a global reach. Despite many...