31 Oct 2017 | NEWS

CASE’s New Report: Countries with the Largest and Smallest VAT GAP

The aim of this study is to quantify the VAT Gap and to better understand trends in the EU in the field of VAT collection. During 2015, the overall VAT that should have been collected in EU Member States grew by about 4.2 %, while collected VAT re...

30 Oct 2017 | NEWS

Poland’s Ambitious Plans for Fighting VAT Fraud

This month, Pierre Moscovici, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, bluntly stated: Twenty-five years after the creation of the Single Market, companies and consumers still face 28 different VAT regimes when operat...

02 Oct 2017 | NEWS

CASE's new study: EU countries lost EUR 151.5 billion of VAT revenues in 2015

CASE authored a study on the VAT Gap in the European Union in 2015 commissioned by the European Commission. In 2015, the VAT Gap in the EU-28 Membe...

30 Aug 2017 | NEWS

Mutual Learning for Reducing Tax Gaps in V4 Countries and Ukraine

Tax gaps, or the differences between tax amounts that are due by the taxpayers and the amounts that are actually collected by the state, remain a c...

11 Jul 2017 | NEWS

More for less: What tax system for Poland? | 150th mBank-CASE Seminar

More for less: What tax system for Poland? That was the theme of the 150th mBank-CASE Seminar, held on June 22 in cooperation with Łazarski Univers...

27 Jun 2017 | NEWS

How do the European Commission and European countries fight VAT fraud?

The VAT gap, both on the European Union scale and that of particular member states (though not all of them) appeals to the imagination and awakens...

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March 12, 2018

Online CASE CPI index is an innovative measurement of price dynamics in the Polish economy, which is entirely based on online data. Online CASE CPI is constructed by averaging prices of commodities from last four weeks and comparing them to average prices of the same commodities from four weeks prior. The index is updated weekly.

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Corporate Membership Program

CASE invites businesses to join its Corporate Membership Program and help support an independent Polish think tank. The benefits of the program for businesses include: Undertaking common scientific projects; Exchanging knowledge and benefiting from CASE s vast experience; Engaging businesses in public debates on crucial matters of economic policy; Creating networking opportunities between gover...