07 Apr 2020 | NEWS

The evolution of Belarusian public sector: From command economy to state capitalism?

Belarus was among the few post-communist countries to resign from comprehensive market reforms and attempt to improve the efficiency of the economy through administrative means, leaving market mechanisms only an auxiliary role. Since its inception...

 
27 Mar 2020 | NEWS

mBank-CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 161: "Turning away from globalization? Trade wars and the rule...

The trade war between the U.S. and China began in March 2018. The American side raised import duties on aluminum and steel from China, which were l...

 
24 Mar 2020 | NEWS

Does Low Inflation Pose a Risk to Economic Growth and Central Banks Reputation?

The low inflation in advanced economies (AEs) in the years following the global financial crisis (GFC) of 2007 2009 provoked several questions of b...

 
23 Mar 2020 | NEWS

showCASE No. 103 I COVID 19 and the Economy – Micro and Macro Perspectives

The developments related to the COVID-19 epidemic have been changing dramatically ever since the situation proved serious in China at the beginning...

 
20 Mar 2020 | NEWS

DEEP Project website

We are pleased to announce the launch of the DEEP (Digital Entrepreneurship for Employability Paths) project website. The website serves as a resou...

 
20 Mar 2020 | NEWS

Register for the RECEIPT online workshops

CASE is organizing two online workshops on the economic impacts of extreme weather conditions on the manufacturing sector in Europe and the world....

 
10 Mar 2020 | NEWS

Is a bubble inflating on Poland’s housing market? mBank-CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 164

The year 2019 brought double-digit growth in Polish housing prices, for both new and existing homes. In some cities, real prices for residential re...