NEW PUBLICATION: Interaction between monetary policy and bank regulation: lessons for the ECB

The European Central Bank (ECB) recently became engaged in macro-prudential policies and the micro-prudential supervision of the largest Euro area banks. These new tasks should help complete financial integration, and make the Euro area more resilient to financial instability risks. However, the multiplicity of mandates and instruments involves a risk of their inconsistency which could compromise the ECB’s core price-stability mandate as well as its independence. read more » about NEW PUBLICATION: Interaction between monetary policy and bank regulation: lessons for the ECB

Global Think Tank ranking: CASE ranked 4 in social policy think tanks worldwide

CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research has been ranked fourth among Top Social Policy Think Tanks in world, according to the Global Go To Think Tank Index Report for 2015. This shows an improvement of one spot over last year’s rankings. read more » about Global Think Tank ranking: CASE ranked 4 in social policy think tanks worldwide

New publication: Quo vadis, Ukraine? Is there a chance for success? | mBank–CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 139

In the publication, which is an extended and authorized version of presentations delivered during the mBank - CASE Seminar no. 139, the author discusses the socio-economic developments in Ukraine, as well as the ongoing economic and political reforms in the country. read more » about New publication: Quo vadis, Ukraine? Is there a chance for success? | mBank–CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 139

A bleaker outlook for the Eurozone. Can Euro and non-Euro members share a vision of EU integration?

CEE region needs continued fiscal consolidation, visions of the EU between Eurozone and non-Eurozone vary significantly, and social harmonization is a desirable phenomenon in the EU countries – Christopher A. Hartwell and Izabela Styczyńska, members of the Management Board of CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research, discussed these issues during a conference “Eurozone – idea, practice, problems and social aspect of the integration”. read more » about A bleaker outlook for the Eurozone. Can Euro and non-Euro members share a vision of EU integration?

Europe will come back to economic growth in 2016. The International Monetary Fund presents its regional report at CASE

Economic growth should return to Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE) next year. However, the IMF report “Reconciling Fiscal Consolidation and Growth” states that there is a possibility that some obstacles can hamper these expectations. read more » about Europe will come back to economic growth in 2016. The International Monetary Fund presents its regional report at CASE

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