CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research
CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research is an independent, non-profit research institute founded on the idea that research-based policy-making is vital for the economic welfare of societies. Established in Warsaw in 1991, CASE today is recognized as the top think tank in Central and Eastern Europe and is one of the most highly regarded think tanks internationally. CASE carries out policy-oriented research and development assistance projects, specializing in the areas of: 1) Fiscal, monetary and financial policies 2) Sustainable development policies 3) Trade, innovation and productivity policies. Drawing on an experienced in-house staff, a network of fellows, and a database of approximately 1,000 experts, CASE provides rigorous quantitative and qualitative analyses, innovative methodologies, and sound recommendations.
al. Jana Pawła II 61/212, 01-031 Warsaw, Poland

tel.: +48 222 062 900
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CASE Belarus –Center for Social and Economic Research Belarus
CASE Belarus is a think tank based in Warsaw, Poland, the only EU-based think tank with a focus on Belarus economy. CASE Belarus is a part of CASE Network ( and shares CASE's core idea that evidence-based policy-making is vital to the economic welfare of societies. Since 2007 CASE Belarus has actively been working in Belarus to boost market reforms and improve the socio-economic well-being of Belarusian society by performing objective economic analyses and providing constructive policy solutions. CASE Belarus is one of the leading organisations in Belarus to contribute to broader use of monitoring and evaluation approach in decision-making.
al. Jana Pawła II 61/212, 01-031
Warsaw, Poland

tel.: +48 222 062 900
Institute for Politics and Society
The Institute for Politics is headed not only by professionals but also by a great group of people. Together we are the most active Czech political think-tank that cultivates the political environment and offers solutions to current social problems. The mission of the Institute is to cultivate the Czech political and public sphere through professional and open discussion. We aim to create a living platform which defines problems, analyses them, and offers recipes for their solution in the form of cooperation with experts, politicians, international conferences, seminars, public discussions, and political and social analysis available to the whole of Czech society. We believe that open discussion with experts and the recognition of the causes of problems is a necessary presumption for any successful solution to the political and social problems facing society today.
Martinské 2, 110 00 Prague 1 Czechia

tel.: 00420 602 502 685

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Institute of Economic Research, SAS
The Institute of Economic Research belongs to one of the institutes established right after the creation of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in 1953. During its existence for the last five decades, the Institute has been transformed several times in order to adjust its research activities to the challenges of the days. These adjustments in the research activities had an impact on the name of the Institute itself. The Institute functioned under the following names: Institute of Economic Theory (January 1, 1991 to June 30, 1993) and Institute of Slovak and World Economy (January 1, 1998 to December 31, 2005). In recent periods the Institute undertakes national-economy oriented economic research which focuses on finding answers for the state, functioning, and directions of the Slovak economy. The research also encompasses utilization and cultivation of the country's potential, finding ways and resources that minimize risks and threats of Slovakia's development during the completion of the transformation process in the context of globalization and integration. The Institute's research integrates theory with empirical tools.
Sancova No. 56 811 05 Bratislava, Slovakia

tel.: +421 (0)2 5249 8214
fax: +421 (0)2 5249 5106
Youth Labour Rights
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.