Experts who gathered at the “Towards a Better Governance in the EU?” conference, hosted by the Center for Social and Economic Research in Warsaw, focused on how to improve stability mechanisms, macroeconomic imbalances, and the financial safety net.
Privatization efforts should take into account local conditions and public opinion, according to experts who attended a Center for Social and Economic Research conference.
Dr. Stanislawa Golinowska, co-founder of the Center for Social and Economic Development and Vice-Chairwoman of the Supervisory Council, has joined the group of CASE fellows.
The Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy is an educational program for policy analysts, advisers and experts from Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus on systemic transformation, European Union integration and transatlantic relations. Deadline to apply is May 26, 2013.
Although the economic gap between old EU member states and new member states is narrowing, regional inequalities are growing, according to a Center for Social and Economic Research study.
The Institute of Public Affairs has published five policy briefs written by participants in its fellowship program for Russian analysts.
The success of the Eastern Partnership hinges on the signing of an Association Agreement (AA) between Ukraine and the European Union this year, according to a new policy brief from the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).