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August 22nd, 2016

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The Belarusian economy is currently experiencing both cyclical and structural recessions

By Uladzimir Akulich, Sierž Naūrodski and Aleksander Olechnowicz, CASE Belarus


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NEW PUBLICATION: “Fiscal Sustainability: Conceptual, Institutional, and Policy Issues”

What are the 'safe' levels of budget deficit and public debt during 'normal' or 'good' times? Is there a single norm of fiscal safety? These questions are discussed in the new paper by Marek Dabrowski. read more » about NEW PUBLICATION: “Fiscal Sustainability: Conceptual, Institutional, and Policy Issues”

NEW PUBLICATION: "If You’re Going Through Hell, Keep Going: Non-linear Effects of Financial Liberalization in Transition Economies"

Did increasing the level and pace of financial liberalization during transition expose countries to crises? And if a crisis did strike, did liberalization do more harm or good?
Using a database of 28 transition economies over 22 years, CASE President Christopher A. Hartwell examines these questions across a host of economic outcomes, including savings and the size of the private sector. read more » about NEW PUBLICATION: "If You’re Going Through Hell, Keep Going: Non-linear Effects of Financial Liberalization in Transition Economies"

CASE joins the Vision Europe Summit consortium

CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research is happy to announce that it is now a member of the Vision Europe Summit network. The Vision Europe Summit is a consortium of think tanks and foundations collaborating to address some of the most pressing public policy challenges facing Europe. Through research, publications and an annual summit, it aims to be a forum for debate and a source of recommendations to improve evidence-based policy making at both a national and EU level and to foster as appropriate European integration. read more » about CASE joins the Vision Europe Summit consortium

NEW PUBLICATION: "The Arab and Post-Communist Transitions: Similarities, Differences, and Common Lessons"

At the onset of the mass protests in 2010–2011, many politicians and experts suggested that Arab countries could learn from the experiences of the post-communist transition of the early 1990s. However, the geopolitical, historical, and socio-economic context of the Arab transition was different in many respects from that of the former Soviet bloc countries 20 years earlier. Marek Dąbrowski examines parallels and disparities between the Arab and post-communist transitions. read more » about NEW PUBLICATION: "The Arab and Post-Communist Transitions: Similarities, Differences, and Common Lessons"

NEW PUBLICATION: “Change in Economic Policy Paradigm: Privatization and State Capture in Poland”

Piotr Kozarzewski and Maciej Bałtowski analyse the causes and manifestations of Poland’s recent shift in economic policy towards a more active role of the state, and use privatization policy as an example. read more » about NEW PUBLICATION: “Change in Economic Policy Paradigm: Privatization and State Capture in Poland”

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The Future of Europe – Central and Eastern Europe in a Comparative Perspective

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