CASE 25th Anniversary Symposium on the Future of Europe: Special Issue of Comparative Economic Studies
Over the past 25 years, the European project has seen many substantial changes and reforms: the transition process in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) resulted in the accession to the EU of ten new Member States that were formerly communist, while the physical introduction of the Euro in 2002 presented the EU with a host of new macroeconomic challenges but provided hope for continuous and deeper integration processes. The 25th anniversary conference of CASE - Center for Social and Economic Research in Poland in November 2016 provided some concrete suggestions on how the future of Europe might play out.
CASE 25th Anniversary Symposium on the Future of Europe
Christopher A. Hartwell
The Evolving Architecture of Europe: Functioning or Dysfunctional for the Twenty-First Century?
Paul Hare, Richard Stoneman
The Forward-Discount Puzzle in Central and Eastern Europe
Rob Hayward, Jens Hölscher
The Choice of Reforms and Economic System in the Baltic States
Phoenix from the Ashes: The Recovery of the Baltics from the 2008/2009 Crisis
Bas B. Bakker, Marta Korczak
Sensitivity of Interest Rates to Inflation and Exchange Rate in Poland: Implications for Direct Inflation Targeting
Lucjan T. Orlowski
Reading the Footprints: How Foreign Investors Shape Countries’ Participation in Global Value Chains
Christian Buelens, Marcel Tirpák