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There is no economic rationale for bad EU-Russia relations - 05 Dec 2017

Sticking to the current stalemate will be costly for both sides, with the opportunity costs accumulating over time. However, a breakthrough looks unlikely. read more

Five key considerations for the future of EU cohesion policy - 28 Nov 2017

Brexit and a less supportive attitude in wealthy member states could mean smaller transfers from the EU budget for EU-CEE post-2020. That may not be wholly a bad thing. read more

Building bridges, not walls, across the Eurasian economic space - 24 Nov 2017

Amat Adarov discussed challenges & prospects of Eurasian Economic Integration at the international forum 'Eurasian Economic Union' organised by the Austrian Chamber of Commerce. read more

Brussels Eastern Partnership Summit: No thrills expected - 23 Nov 2017

In contrast to the milestone Vilnius meeting in 2013, the 5th Eastern Partnership (EaP) Summit in Brussels on 24 November will produce no big results. read more

A long-term matter - 22 Nov 2017

Most countries in CESEE will take decades to converge with average EU per capita income levels, but there is no obvious alternative to the current development model. By Leon Podkaminer read more

Who is swimming naked in CESEE? - 16 Nov 2017

A tidal wave of liquidity has tightened sovereign bond spreads across CESEE in the last decade. As global rates rise, differences in fundamentals will become clearer. read more

Q3 GDP data show EU-CEE still booming - 15 Nov 2017

The region is seeing positive labour market trends, and is benefitting from higher EU funds inflows and the strong cyclical upswing in Germany and other Western markets. read more

CESEE in 2017-2019: back on track to convergence - 09 Nov 2017

In our Autumn Forecast we revised up our expectations for growth across EU-CEE. For the Western Balkans, the CIS and Ukraine, the trends are generally less positive. read more

October 1917: How it all went wrong - 25 Oct 2017

The Russian Revolution heralded a fertile period for economic thinking in the 1920s, but this was decisively killed off by Stalin. The effects of the destruction he wrought have left a long shadow. read more

Czech election: Big changes in parliament, minimal economic impact - 23 Oct 2017

A big change in policy direction is unlikely under the next government, and opposition to euro accession and refugees will remain high. The economy will be largely unaffected. read more