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, accompanied by the growing international trade, foreign direct investments, and international labour migra...

 
09 Nov 2018 | NEWS

China is easing again as global growth is slowing

By Christopher Dembik, CASE Fellow One of the main difficulties in economics is to identify turning points in the business cycle. The notion of Cre...

 
08 Nov 2018 | NEWS

159th mBank-CASE seminar: Why do we need self-employed persons? Some economic reflections, mainly...

mBank and CASE Center for Social and Economic Research cordially invite you to: the 159th mBank CASE Seminar Why do we need self-employed persons?...

 
05 Nov 2018 | NEWS

CASE starts to publish a quarterly update on Credit Impulse

The notion of Credit Impulse has been introduced for the first time by Michael Biggs, in The Impact of Credit on Growth, Global Macro Issues 19 Nov...

 
04 Nov 2018 | NEWS

Boosting female labour market participation rates in the MENA region: Can collaborative economy b...

Interview with Katarzyna Sidlo, Political Analyst at CASE, researcher at FEMISE Author of the MED BRIEF, Dr. Katarzyna Sidlo is a FEMISE researcher...

 
23 Oct 2018 | NEWS

Dr. Grzegorz Poniatowski appointed Vice President of CASE

The Supervisory Council of CASE Center for Social and Economic Research is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Grzegorz Poniatowski as the V...

 
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...