27 May 2019 | NEWS

showCASE No. 93 | Barriers to (Digital) Services Trade

By: Anna Malinowska, CASE Economist Introduction what is the significance of the Single Market for services? The EU s Single Market, with its current consumer base surpassing 500 million, has increased the productivity of European businesses via s...

 
25 Mar 2019 | NEWS

showCASE No. 91 I Eastern Partnership: Reflections After a Decade

The European Union s (EU) initiative Eastern Partnership (EaP) was inaugurated in May 2009 in Prague as a unifying platform of cooperation with six...

 
25 Feb 2019 | NEWS

showCASE No. 90 I European Parliament’s Valentine’s Day Gift to the EU: the New FDI Screening Too...

By: Katarzyna Sidło, CASE Political Economist and Anna Csere, CASE Intern On this year s Valentine s Day (February 14, 2019), the European Parliame...

 
14 Jan 2019 | NEWS

showCASE 89 I No Brexit? Conflict in Northern Ireland? The Fall of the UK? – The Impact of a Hard...

By: Andy Harney, CASE Intern Where Are We Now? Two and a half years after the UK decided to leave the EU, the House of Commons are set to vote on t...

 
21 Dec 2018 | NEWS

showCASE 88 I 'Climate Money’ and Fossil Fuels. Reflections After COP24

By: Karolina Zubel, CASE Economist Concentrations of atmospheric greenhouse gases continue to rise at record rates, and climate damage is intensify...

 
19 Nov 2018 | NEWS

showCASE 87 I Does it pay off to learn foreign languages? Evidence from Poland

Does it pay off to learn foreign languages? Evidence from Poland[1] By: Jacek Liwiński, CASE Senior Economist The progressing globalisation, accomp...

 
22 Oct 2018 | NEWS

Before We Close Tax Gaps, We Have to Understand Them

By: Tomasz Tratkiewicz, CASE Senior Economist The subject of tax gaps has recently been of great interest not only to ministers of finance, the Eur...