03 Apr 2018 | NEWS

EU Battery Alliance: Will Airbus-style Consortia Make Europe a Battery Tycoon?

European Union (EU) sales of electric vehicles (EVs) are set to boom from 126 thousand in 2017 to 200 thousand this year. While this is obviously good news, what worries Brussels is that more than half of the batteries that power them are being ma...

 
27 Mar 2018 | NEWS

New Posting of Workers’ Rules: Much Ado About Nothing?

Last week (19 March 2018) the European Council (EC) and the European Parliament (EP), after over a decade of debates reached an agreement on pay an...

 
20 Mar 2018 | NEWS

The 155th mBank-CASE seminar: Financing sustainable growth in Europe

The 155th mBank-CASE seminar: Financing sustainable growth in Europe: a discussion against the backdrop of the European Commission Expert Group s r...

 
19 Mar 2018 | NEWS

CASE partners with the 18th Conference of the Chamber of Brokerage Houses

CASE - Center for Social and Economic Research, was the institutional partner of the 18th Conference of the Chamber of Brokerage Houses, held March...

 
19 Mar 2018 | NEWS

Steel and aluminum trade war: bleak perspectives for ironing out

In a controversial move, seen by many as a declaration of a trade war, on March 8th United States President Donald Trump signed a pair of proclamat...

 
16 Mar 2018 | NEWS

Poland’s pension system: Where are we, and what’s next?

Poles will soon mark the 20th anniversary of the reform that launched the current pension system. It s worth looking back to sum up this period, to...

 
14 Mar 2018 | NEWS

The Stupendous US Record Gets Suppressed

In recent years, the consensus regarding the American past has slipped leftward, and then leftward again. No longer is American history a story of...