18 Jul 2017 | NEWS

Potential impact of financial innovation on financial services and monetary policy

The recent wave of financial innovation, particularly innovation related to the application of information and communication technologies, poses a serious challenge to the financial industry s business model in both its banking and non-banking com...

 
17 Jul 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 35 | France's budget - a dormant volcano or an approaching eruption?

In his inauguration speech on July 4th, the new French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe addressed the levels of public spending in the country, comp...

 
17 Jul 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 35 | The Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement: an apparent win-win situation in the making

After four difficult years of negotiations and eighteen rounds of (in)tense talks, two of the world s largest economies, the European Union (EU) an...

 
11 Jul 2017 | NEWS

More for less: What tax system for Poland? | 150th mBank-CASE Seminar

More for less: What tax system for Poland? That was the theme of the 150th mBank-CASE Seminar, held on June 22 in cooperation with Łazarski Univers...

 
10 Jul 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 34 | Money is not always the answer. What do we know about latest cyber-attack on Ukraine

A wave of unprecedented cyber-attacks hit Ukraine last week, targeting state institutions, banks, underground network, major firms, and airports, a...

 
10 Jul 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 34 | The Passing of a Giant and the EU’s (Hollow) Core

Germany s larger-than-life former Chancellor Helmut Kohl passed away in mid-June but his legacy still looms large over the Union he so tirelessly c...

 
03 Jul 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 33 | Germany's housing market – fears and challenges of an emerging bubble

Housing bubbles have resurfaced as a worry for governments worldwide but especially in Europe, where eight countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Fi...