In 2012 in Minsk CASE Belarus published a new book called “Belarus and the European Union: unrealized potential”. The publication contains a selection of 9 articles by junior Belarusian economists dedicated to the issues of integration of Belarus and European Union. The articles were written for the project “Building economic research capacity on EU-Belarus relations”.
The economic potential of the Amber Coast, the southern and eastern Baltic Sea region, is significant even though still not exploited to its full extend. Increasing commercial activities in the region imply the necessity to improve transport streams and logistical development. Learn more about ACL partial outcomes in the newest Newsletter.
First prize winner of Simon Kuznets award became Maksim Karluk, young Belarusian researcher from Minsk.
Collaborative project of CASE Belarus and Scientific-Research Institute at the Ministry of Economy of Belarus called “Social and economic development of regions in the context of national competitiveness’ increase” was successfully finished in July 2012. The project was administrated by the Eurasia Foundation and financed by the USAID.
Liberal Club together with CASE Belarus announce the continuation of the call "How to carry out market reforms in Belarus: economic theory, international experience and Belarusian peculiarity" till July 2, 2012.
‘Privatization and private entrepreneurship in Belarus – scope for international assistance’ seminar on 16th and 17th April in Warsaw
On April 16th and 17th CASE and CASE Belarus co-organized the ‘Privatization and private entrepreneurship in Belarus – scope for international assistance' seminar together with the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Solidarity Fund PL and Warsaw Stock Exchange. The underlying goal was to debate the requirements for privatization and consolidation of private entrepreneurship and to outline the feasible economic reforms which the EU and international financial institutions could assist in.