28 Mar 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 21: Holyrood, we might have a wee problem

The results of the Scottish parliament debate on whether to hold a second independence referendum were meant to be known by now. However, due to a terrorist attack in London last week, the discussion has understandably been postponed. This deferm...

 
27 Mar 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 21: The quest for economic resilience in uncertain times

G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors met last week in the spa town of Baden-Baden to discuss the global economy and the challenges it...

 
21 Mar 2017 | NEWS

Russia’s Crony Capitalism: Stagnant But Stable?

On March 13, 2017, Chairman of the CASE Advisory Council and Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, Anders Aslund presented his views on Russia s e...

 
21 Mar 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 20: The World Oil Market: Towards Persistent yet Small-scale Volatility?

Last week, oil prices fell by 10% as news regarding stronger-than-expected North American production echoed across international markets. This new...

 
20 Mar 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 20: The Dutch dam against populism

The Dutch parliamentary elections were widely perceived as a litmus test for the populist sentiment in Europe ahead of similar ballots in France a...

 
15 Mar 2017 | NEWS

What is the condition of Polish public finance?

Check out in the latest CASE publication. Poland s structural deficit is one of the largest in the EU. While other Member States are taking action...

 
14 Mar 2017 | NEWS

showCASE 19: Adjusting to Trumps’ Policy on Trade

The comprehensive US corporate tax reform proposed by Republicans in the House of Representatives, including a new border-adjustment tax, has been...