On the January 26th, the conference “Institutional Systems and Quality of Life” was organised to celebrate the 70th birthday of professor Leszek Balcerowicz, a member of the CASE Supervisory Council and founder of FOR – Forum Obywatelskiego Rozwoju.
In this week’s showCASE, CASE experts discuss the ongoing protests in Romania and the calls for increased efforts to tackle corruption.
CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research has released the first edition of a weekly publication called showCASE that focuses on recent events and their implications for Poland and the region.
CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research has joined the Vision Europe Summit network, a consortium of think tanks and foundations collaborating to address some of the most pressing public policy challenges facing Europe.
This CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research publication is an extended and authorized version of a presentation delivered by former Slovak Finance Minister Ivan Mikloš at a CASE seminar focused on socioeconomic developments in Ukraine.
Current trends in trade, labor, and capital flows between Belarus and other EEU countries show that the potential benefits for Belarus from EEU membership do not trigger economic growth, but rather sustain structural problems in the Belarusian economy, according to this CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research analysis.
The EU needs to focus its attention on relations with those Eastern Partner countries that are willing to cooperate more closely and who truly wish to integrate with the Union, politically, economically and socially, according to a PASOS analysis presented to members of the European Parliament.