23 Apr 2018 | NEWS

Why are Polish students not interested in study loans?

The popularity of student loans varies significantly across countries. According to the OECD report Education at a Glance 2017 , almost 90% of English students at bachelor s or equivalent level benefited from public loans in 2015/2016, while less...

 
16 Apr 2018 | NEWS

Poland’s budget deficit and public debt: Is the situation really as good as it looks at first gla...

According to the preliminary estimates published by the Polish Central Statistical Office on 4th of April, the general government deficit in Poland...

 
10 Apr 2018 | NEWS

Dr. Przemyslaw Kowalski appointed President of CASE

The Supervisory Council of CASE Center for Social and Economic Research is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Przemysław Kowalski as the Pr...

 
09 Apr 2018 | NEWS

Post-Varna EU-Turkey Relations. Neither a break-through nor a break-up

The long-awaited European Union (EU) Turkey summit that took place in Varna, Bulgaria on March 26th ended on a rather bitter, if unsurprising note,...

 
05 Apr 2018 | NEWS

“It is crucial to prepare the EU economy for rainy days,” said Dr. Grzegorz Poniatowski at the 20...

Dr. Grzegorz Poniatowski, the Director of Fiscal Policy Studies at CASE, participated in the 2018 European Think Tank Summit, which was held in Ber...

 
05 Apr 2018 | NEWS

The “Hierarchy of Institutions” reconsidered: Monetary policy and its effect on the rule of law i...

The economic wisdom of the past three decades has downplayed the role of economic institutions in economic outcomes, focusing instead on the role t...

 
04 Apr 2018 | NEWS

“Employment programs for disabled people provide a high return on investment over time,” says Kla...

Cost-benefit analyses show that employment programs for disabled people show a positive return ratio when analyzed over time, said CASE Expert on...