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Section: Center for Social and Economic Research (Poland)

    Quo vadis, Ukraine? asks Ivan Mikloš during 139th mBank – CASE Seminar
    Oct01

    Quo vadis, Ukraine? asks Ivan Mikloš during 139th mBank – CASE Seminar

    Language English “If I am to point to one most important characteristic of Ukraine it is the fact that it is a country whose level of development is far below its potential” – said Ivan Mikloš, co-founder and president of think-tank MESA10 and a member of the International Advisory Board of National Reform Council of Ukraine, who was the keynote...

    New publication: Corporate debt securities market in Poland: state of art, problems, and prospects for development
    Sep16

    New publication: Corporate debt securities market in Poland: state of art, problems, and prospects for development

    Language English The development of the Polish corporate bonds market resulted from changes on the supply side. When the Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, Polish entrepreneurs realized that financing their companies’ operations only with the use of credit, even if contracted from different sources, might not be the best idea. Consequently,...

    CASE bids farewell to Luca Barbone
    Sep04

    CASE bids farewell to Luca Barbone

    The former President of CASE and current CASE Fellow Dr. Luca Barbone, aged 62, passed away on September 1, 2015 after short but dramatic struggle with cancer. An Italian national but man of the world, Dr. Barbone grew up in Milan and graduated from Bocconi University in 1976. In 1985 he obtained a Ph.D. degree in Economics from the Massachusetts...

    Small and Mid-size Business in Georgia: analysis and guidelines for the future
    Sep03

    Small and Mid-size Business in Georgia: analysis and guidelines for the future

    CASE released the third report within the framework of the project “Transfer of know-how to small and mid-size businesses” which aims to assist SME development in Ukraine, Moldova in Georgia. The third and the last report concerns Georgia. It identifies main problems in development of SMEs in the country and provides recommendations for further...

    New publication: An assessment of direct and indirect liabilities of Polish banks AD 2015
    Aug12

    New publication: An assessment of direct and indirect liabilities of Polish banks AD 2015

    The publication is an attempt at a comprehensive analysis of direct and indirect burdens imposed upon banks in 2015. The idea to present such factors — which are often extremely varied in nature — in a single study was born out of the fact that these factors are often considered separately, on the basis of various criteria which causes them to be...

    Greece — what next? Realtime webinar
    Jul02

    Greece — what next? Realtime webinar

    Greece is counting down to the Sunday referendum which will decide on the country’s future. European leaders warn that the failure to reach the deal will most likely push Greece to leave the Eurozone. Whatever the outcome is, we invite you to a heated debate, featuring major experts from all over the world. On 9 July 15:00 CET, CASE-Centre...

    “The Banking Union: State of Art” – new mBank-CASE publication
    Jun30

    “The Banking Union: State of Art” – new mBank-CASE publication

    Language English It is widely believed that the creation of the banking union initiated the integration of the EU banking market. The process is traced back to June 2012 (EU Summit decided to create the banking union), 4 November 2013 (effective date of the Banking Union Regulation), or 4 November 2014 (operational launch of the Single...

    Poland will remain an engine of growth but still has work to do
    Jun19

    Poland will remain an engine of growth but still has work to do

    “Poland will remain an engine of growth but still has work to do” said Christopher Hartwell during the Eurobuild conference to the representatives if real estate sector. During his keynote speech dr. Hartwell examined investment profitability in the CEE region with a focus on Poland. In his presentation, dr. Hartwell outlined an overall economic...

    Experts on overregulation in the banking sector – 138th mBank-CASE Seminar
    Jun17

    Experts on overregulation in the banking sector – 138th mBank-CASE Seminar

    “The issue of overregulation in the banking sector has recently been widely discussed due to the fact that nowadays domestic and international legislation covers almost all areas of banks’ activities. Until now, this problem has been analyzed mainly in reference to some particular bylaws. I, on the other hand, would like to assess the...

    Economic crisis: Why did Greece do so poorly in comparison with all other European Union countries?
    May27

    Economic crisis: Why did Greece do so poorly in comparison with all other European Union countries?

    Language English Among the EU countries, Latvia and Greece stand out because, in the midst of the crisis, they had the largest potential budget deficits and they experienced equally large cumulative real output contractions of nearly a quarter of GDP in comparison with their 2008 peak GDP. But their governments pursued the opposite fiscal...