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.
The OECD published its spring economic projections. In this webinar we focused on the situation in Central and Eastern Europe.
In many CEE countries, vocational education is considered less valuable than general education. But this is changing. We look at success stories.
Wie wirken sich Digitalisierung, alternative Antriebe und COVID-19 auf die Autoindustrie und ihre Lieferketten aus?