The CESEE region is characterized by large migration flows. Which policies can foster integration in destination countries while keeping options for return migration open?
In a webinar organized together with the IBS Warsaw we discussed findings of the OECD Employment Outlook and implications for Central and East European Countries.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is first and foremost a human tragedy, but it also comes with a challenging economic impact in neighbouring CEE countries. We discussed with experts what challenges the CEE countries are facing.
With the war raging in Ukraine, what are the likely scenarios for growth and inflation and the main questions arising for trade, energy, food security and the integration of refugees in Central and Eastern Europe? We discussed this with experts from the region.
After the OECD published its autumn economic projections in the Economic Outlook 2021 on December 1, this event focused on the economic perspectives for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. It discusses growth and inflation outlooks.
The latest work by the OECD presents findings on productivity and economic policy implications in Central and Eastern European countries (CEE). Research institutes discuss these recommendations in light of their own research and the institutional context of Hungary and other CCE countries.