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  • Who Wants to Win a Race to the Bottom?

    It is high time that politicians and their advisers take a more critical look at the role of “tax competition” in development processes. For decades it has been assumed that competition is…

  • How to Stop the Emigration of the Young

    We should do everything possible to create such model of economic and social policy that it will stop the emigration of young people to the West and provide them with incentives to come back. This…

  • The Union of Aspirations and Reality

  • Testing the Prime Minister’s Mettle

    Open any Italian newspaper or magazine—any, really— and you will struggle to find a good word about Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who, aged 39, became the youngest head of government in national…

  • Why a Hard Brexit Is Likely

    Recent data suggests that the Brexit vote will not result in recession – the way the economy will adjust to leaving the single market will be more gradual, spreading the pain over a prolonged period.…

  • Transition in Central & Eastern Europe – Neither Complete, Nor Irreversible

    The Visegrad region and the Baltics remain a success story for many in the post-soviet world. However, one needs to admit that Euro-Atlantic integration and its homework did play a positive role.…

  • Visegrad Group and Germany: A Partnership of Convenience

    No regional group within the EU has ever attracted as much attention as the Visegrad Group. So many intentions, ambitions, and strategic goals have been attributed to it in recent months that even…

  • Capitalism Is Digital Already

    An Interview with Dan Schiller by Maciej Nowicki Internet companies and lobbyists claim that you cannot introduce regulations for it would kill the market. This is one big lie. Contrary to what most…

  • China and the EU: It’s the Economy That Matters

  • Chinese Capitalism and the New Silk Roads

    The hottest topic now regarding China’s economic statecraft and foreign economic policy is undoubtedly the so-called “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) initiative, or the New Silk Road initiative. Announced…

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