12 Sep 2018 | NEWS

Project SHIFT Meeting in Warsaw

CASE hosted the 3rd Meeting of the project SHIFT (Strengthen Higher-education through Innovative Financial Tools) co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education. SHIFT...

 
03 Sep 2018 | NEWS

showCASE no. 84 I No Taxation without Representation? On Tax Reforms in Jordan

As Jordanians celebrated Eid al-Adha (commemorating the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his own son at the will of God) last month, the...

 
03 Sep 2018 | NEWS

Virtual currencies and their potential impact on financial markets and monetary policy - CASE new...

Less than a decade has passed since the development of Bitcoin, the first private decentralised digital currency with a global reach. Despite many...

 
13 Aug 2018 | NEWS

“Clean Air” Program for Poland: Tales of Desperation and Hope

According to a recent European Environment Agency s (EEA) Air quality in Europe 2017 Report based on official data from 2500 monitoring stations sp...

 
30 Jul 2018 | NEWS

What Is the Quality of the Fiscal Policy in Poland?

Mainstream economic theory indicates that the optimal fiscal policy must fulfill at least two basic conditions: it must be sustainable and counter-...

 
24 Jul 2018 | NEWS

Thinking about pension systems for the 21st century: a few remarks based on the Polish example

By Prof. Marek Góra The end of 2018 will mark the 20th anniversary of the introduction of Poland s current pension system. It has been subjected to...

 
17 Jul 2018 | NEWS

EU Policies for Refugee Protection and Immigration: Why We Need Productive Engagement with Our Ne...

Recent debates about asylum and immigration policies in the EU have showcased many ways in which key policymakers are in denial not only of the com...