CASE - Kyrgyzstan

Established in 1998, Center for Social and Economic Research in Kyrgyzstan (CASE-Kyrgyzstan) is an independent not-for-profit research organization. The goal of CASE-Kyrgyzstan is to assist to social and economic development of the Kyrgyz Republic through research, training and advisory activities. The Center employs independent local experts and collaborates closely with the government agencies and different international development organizations. The Center is active in research of a broad spectrum of topics including macroeconomic forecasting, problems of fiscal, monetary and social policy, foreign trade, and institutional changes in the economy. Advisory activities of the CASE-Kyrgyzstan are concentrated on technical assistance to different government agencies in economic analysis of existing problems and development of appropriate analytical tools. Training programs of CASE-Kyrgyzstan are provided for government officials and entrepreneurs and include courses in macro- and microeconomics, econometrics, public finance and information technologies. The Board of Directors is made up of the following people: Piotr Kozarzewski (Chairman), Malgorzata Markiewicz and Irina Makenbaeva. Executive Director: Roman Mogilevsky e-mail: , WWW page: