Tag: Center for Social and Economic Research
This CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research paper presents research on competition measured in the Polish and European banking sectors before and during the global economic crisis, using the methods of bank competition theory known as the Industrial Organization Approach of Banking.
Marek Dabrowski of the CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research analyzes the experiences of the European Union when cooperating with non-member neighboring countries to which the EU’s integration process and institutions are both available.
PASOS is leading a five-member consortium that has been contracted by the European Parliament to produce policy papers and briefs.
The Center for Social and Economic Research is holding this June 3 seminar in Warsaw. Deadline to register for this event is June 2, 2014.
The consequences of unconventional monetary policy: what central banks do not take into account in their models?
This Center for Social and Economic Research seminar will take place April 17, 2014, in Warsaw. Andrzej Rzonca of the Civil Development Forum will deliver the keynote speech.
Nuclear power expert Andrzej Strupczewski will be speaking at this CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research seminar in Warsaw on January 23, 2014.
The Impact of Socio-Ecological Transition on Employment Structure and Patterns in the Context of (Non) Rural Regions
This publication from CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research explores EU employment patterns and makes recommendations on helping people transition to new jobs.