14 Jan 2019 | NEWS

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

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 the withdrawal agreement negotiated between the UK and the EU. The Irish border issue remains one of...

 
21 Dec 2018 | NEWS

showCASE 88 I 'Climate Money’ and Fossil Fuels. Reflections After COP24

By: Karolina Zubel, CASE Economist Concentrations of atmospheric greenhouse gases continue to rise at record rates, and climate damage is intensify...

 
19 Nov 2018 | NEWS

showCASE 87 I Does it pay off to learn foreign languages? Evidence from Poland

Does it pay off to learn foreign languages? Evidence from Poland[1] By: Jacek Liwiński, CASE Senior Economist The progressing globalisation, accomp...

 
22 Oct 2018 | NEWS

Before We Close Tax Gaps, We Have to Understand Them

By: Tomasz Tratkiewicz, CASE Senior Economist The subject of tax gaps has recently been of great interest not only to ministers of finance, the Eur...

 
24 Sep 2018 | NEWS

showCASE no. 85 I How to Organize Economic Immigration? Lessons From Poland

Since 2015, managing labor immigration has been high on the European agenda. As the European Union (EU) is facing long-term economic and demographi...

 
03 Sep 2018 | NEWS

showCASE no. 84 I No Taxation without Representation? On Tax Reforms in Jordan

As Jordanians celebrated Eid al-Adha (commemorating the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his own son at the will of God) last month, the...

 
13 Aug 2018 | NEWS

“Clean Air” Program for Poland: Tales of Desperation and Hope

According to a recent European Environment Agency s (EEA) Air quality in Europe 2017 Report based on official data from 2500 monitoring stations sp...