CASE ranked one of the top 3 think tanks in CEE!

We are honored to be once again at the top of the Global Think Tanks list, not only in Central and Eastern Europe, but in social policy, amongst small think tanks, and in international development and international economic policy. We salute the Carnegie Center in Moscow for reaching the number 1 position in CEE, given the difficult environment in which they work, and are happy to see our fellow Polish Institute PISM is also in the top three. CASE’s high rankings across the board are a testament to the hard work that our researchers and fellows put in day after day, and we hope that this report increases our visibility and impact internationally. The events of the past year have shown that now, more than ever, Europe and the world needs the Polish point of view in economic and social transformation. And CASE is always ready to present that view. read more » about CASE ranked one of the top 3 think tanks in CEE!

On Competition in the Banking Sector in Poland and Europe Before and During the Crisis

In the past decades, the banking sector has come to be known in literature as the banking industry as it was geared to increasing profits, banks were growing, and banking products developed dynamically. It was believed that competition in the banking sector makes banks more efficient and stimulates financial innovation opening new markets read more » about On Competition in the Banking Sector in Poland and Europe Before and During the Crisis

A quarter century of economic reforms in Ukraine: too late, too slow, too little

On Thursday 18th of December, the final mBank-CASE seminar in 2014: ‘A quarter century of economic reforms in Ukraine: too late, too slow, too little’, took place. Our keynote speaker was Oleh Havrylyshyn, a professor of Ukrainian descent working at Toronto University and the Joint Vienna Institute. On Thursday 18th of December, a final mBank-CASE seminar in 2014, ‘A quarter century of economic reform in Ukraine: too late, too slow, too little’, took place. Our keynote speaker was Oleh Havrylyshyn, a professor of Ukrainian descent working at Toronto University and the Joint Vienna Institute. read more » about A quarter century of economic reforms in Ukraine: too late, too slow, too little

The Polish Transition in a Comparative Perspective

In 1989, Poland stood out as a country in chronic political and economic crisis. It had been ravaged by strikes, economic decline and default since 1976. A popular view both in Poland and abroad was that Poland was incurable. Germans talked about the polnische Wirtschaft (Polish economy), meaning dysfunctional economy, while the Swedes used the term polsk riksdag (Polish Parliament) for political disorder. read more » about The Polish Transition in a Comparative Perspective

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