Ukraine had a shock without therapy

Macroeconomic situation of Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, current political circumstances in the region and the tensions in the post-Soviet countries were the main topics discussed during the macroeconomic workshop “Mapping out vulnerable sectors in Eastern partnership countries” on 16 April in Warsaw. read more » about Ukraine had a shock without therapy

Small and Mid-size Business in Ukraine: analysis and road map

CASE launched a study on SME's situation in Ukraine. The publication was issued within the project ‘Transfer of Know-How for Small and Mid-size Businesses in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine’, which aims to assist SMEs in those countries by providing support to stakeholders in their efforts to develop analytical and policy advocacy capabilities, as well as by opening new channels of communication between SMEs and NGOs in the Visegrad Four countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) and the rest of the European Union. The paper is the first out of three stuides CASE will publish. read more » about Small and Mid-size Business in Ukraine: analysis and road map

Corporate debt securities market in Poland: state of art, problems, and prospects for development

The development of the Polish corporate bonds market resulted from changes on the supply side. When the Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, Polish entrepreneurs realized that financing their companies’ operations only with the use of credit, even if contracted from different sources, might not be the best idea. Consequently, Polish business turned to debt instruments. read more » about Corporate debt securities market in Poland: state of art, problems, and prospects for development

CASE launches a project "Measuring consumer inflation in real time"

Center for Social and Economic research launched a project 'Measuring consumer inflation in real time'. Within the framework of the project CASE develops an innovative method for measuring inflation in Poland. The aim of the project is a monthly update of consumer inflation divided between main product categories and pursued on an aggregated level. The index could be comparable to the HICP (Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices) published by the Central Statistical Office of Poland. The innovative nature of the project is due to a significant reduction of access to data, through the use of large data sets concerning prices taken from the Internet, which will be automatically collected in real time. read more » about CASE launches a project "Measuring consumer inflation in real time"

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23-24 April 2015
 
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