18 Mar 2019 | NEWS

Kick Off of the Project on the Rule of Law in Germany and Poland

On March 13, the kick‑off meeting inaugurating the project The Rule of Law and its Social Reception as Determinants of Economic Development. A Comparative Analysis of Germany and Poland took place in Berlin. The project, originated by CASE, is a m...

 
15 Mar 2019 | NEWS

160th mBank-CASE Seminar: Financing for the Polish economy: Prospects and threats

mBank and CASE Center for Social and Economic Research cordially invite you to: the 160th mBank CASE Seminar Financing for the Polish economy: pros...

 
15 Mar 2019 | NEWS

CASE Report No. 497 "The Economic and Monetary Union: Past, Present and Future"

Twenty years of euro history confirms the euro s stability and position as the second global currency. It also enjoys the support of majority of th...

 
04 Mar 2019 | NEWS

FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS: 16th annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union

Greater cohesion in an increasingly fractured world: Where now for the European project? Hosted by the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dubl...

 
25 Feb 2019 | NEWS

showCASE No. 90 I European Parliament’s Valentine’s Day Gift to the EU: the New FDI Screening Too...

By: Katarzyna Sidło, CASE Political Economist and Anna Csere, CASE Intern On this year s Valentine s Day (February 14, 2019), the European Parliame...

 
14 Jan 2019 | NEWS

showCASE 89 I No Brexit? Conflict in Northern Ireland? The Fall of the UK? – The Impact of a Hard...

By: Andy Harney, CASE Intern Where Are We Now? Two and a half years after the UK decided to leave the EU, the House of Commons are set to vote on t...

 
21 Dec 2018 | NEWS

Where is the global economy heading in 2019?

By Christopher Dembik, CASE Fellow One of the main difficulties in economics is to identify turning points in the business cycle. The notion of Cre...