21 Nov 2017 | NEWS

Can Political Instability Impact the Czech Republic’s Booming Economy?

President Milos Zeman formally designated Andrej Babiš, 63-years-old billionaire, media mogul, and leader of the winning ANO party, to form the next government. Although ANO (an acronym for Action of Dissatisfied Citizens in Czech but is mo...

 
20 Nov 2017 | NEWS

CASE is seeking a new member of the CASE Management Board

CASE Center for Social and Economic Research is an independent, non-profit institute founded on the idea that research-based policy-making is vital...

 
20 Nov 2017 | NEWS

Ukraine’s Toughest Reform Yet

Unlike in its CEE neighbors, in Ukraine the reform path has been jagged and inconsistent, reflecting the country s political cycle of prolonged per...

 
14 Nov 2017 | NEWS

How Can Poland Effectively Fund Energy-Efficient Buildings?

It has been an interesting year in Brussels for the negotiations of the key EU climate files. With the Emissions Trading System (ETS) reform finish...

 
13 Nov 2017 | NEWS

Little Children, Big Money, and Poland’s Childcare Services Reform

The Polish Minister of Family, Labor, and Social Policy Elżbieta Rafalska announced on October 26 that her government is going to assign PLN 450 mi...

 
12 Nov 2017 | NEWS

"Winners and Losers of Globalization": Vision Europe Summit 2017 | Live Streaming

Vision Europe Summit 2017 will take place on November 14th and 15th in Turin, Italy. The Summit will tackle the all-encompassing question of winner...

 
07 Nov 2017 | NEWS

Domestic Cycles, Financial Cycles, and Policies. What Has Gone Wrong? | New Paper by Prof. Daniel...

The financial crisis and its ensuing effects have brought back into the limelight the issue of cycles and of policies which fuel or mitigate crises...