05 Oct 2020 | NEWS

showCASE No. 109 I Belarusian economy at the crossroad – three scenarios for the near future

Editorial In this issue of showCASE, we discuss the future of the Belarusian economy following the political turmoil of the August 2020 presidential elections in the country. Against the background of growing global uncertainty and deepening macro...

 
23 Sep 2020 | NEWS

INVITATION to the conference: Does the Rule of Law have its price?

CASE Center for Social and Economic Research and the European Academy Berlin (EAB) cordially invite you to the Conference: Does the Rule of Law ha...

 
23 Sep 2020 | NEWS

CASE bids farewell to Oleh Havrylyshyn

Oleh Havrylyshyn passed away on September 20, aged 77. He died in his sleep Oleh was a wise man, and a good man. He was our friend. He worked with...

 
18 Sep 2020 | NEWS

mBank-CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 165: Is the economy doomed to a long recession?

Forecasting during a strong shock is burdened with exceptionally high uncertainty. This gives rise to the temptation to formulate alarmist forecast...

 
16 Sep 2020 | NEWS

Agriculture and food security in climate sensitive areas in the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean region is characterised by very limited arable land resources, 95% of which are already farmed (UfM, 2016). With almost no room l...

 
16 Sep 2020 | NEWS

Digitalisation of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the Mediterranean

Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) are the spine of Euro-Mediterranean economies. In the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) c...

 
10 Sep 2020 | NEWS

Poland’s VAT Gap may widen to above 14.5% in 2020

As a result of the recession driven by COVID-19, the 2020 VAT gap in Poland may widen by about 4.9 percentage points from the previous year, reachi...