Professor Leszek Balcerowicz became President’s Poroshenko Representative in Government

Professor Leszek Balcerowicz, member of the CASE Supervisory Council and an architect of successful Polish reforms, became President’s Poroshenko Representative in the Cabinet of Ministers. Respective Decree was signed by Petro Poroshenko on 22 April. read more » about Professor Leszek Balcerowicz became President’s Poroshenko Representative in Government

Online CASE CPI: Prices in March fell on the internet about 0,1 per cent m/m

CASE - Center for Social and Economic Research collects information about prices from the data from the Internet. CASE experts have determined that the Online CASE CPI index of consumer inflation in March amounted to 99,9 in month-to-month relation.
According to the Online CASE CPI Index, prices in March increased the most in terms of the „Transport” category (1,2 per cent), whereas fell the most in the category „Housing equipment and running a household” (0,8 per cent), the second month in a row. read more » about Online CASE CPI: Prices in March fell on the internet about 0,1 per cent m/m

Economic policy and macroeconomic developments in Hungary

At first sight, the economic situation in Hungary has been getting better in recent years, with economic growth reaching nearly 4 per cent in 2014, the fastest rate in the EU. But are these numbers really as good as the Orban government claims? read more » about Economic policy and macroeconomic developments in Hungary

CASE bids farewell to Stanislaw Wellisz

We are sad to announce that Stanislaw Wellisz, a Member of the CASE Advisory Council and the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor Emeritus of Economics and International Relations at Columbia University, passed away on February 28, 2016 at the age of 90 after long illness. The CASE network of staff, fellows, experts, and alumni mourn his passing. read more » about CASE bids farewell to Stanislaw Wellisz

The problem of VAT non-compliance in Poland

“VAT Gap in Poland grows rapidly, and budget revenues from VAT remain unstable. It is possible to gradually reduce the VAT gap and maintain it at low level, but it takes time. However, a complete elimination of the GAP is impossible, because a certain part of VAT non-compliance has a “natural” character. The fight against shadow economy, tax fraud, tax avoidance and evasion is very difficult.” read more » about The problem of VAT non-compliance in Poland

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