Students and early-stage researchers from Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CEE/SEE) or Bavaria have the possibility to apply for grants for a summer school.
Continuously: BAYHOST Grants for Summer Schools 2021: Summer School Grants of the Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Souteastern Europe
Students and early-stage researchers from Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CEE/SEE) or Bavaria have the possibility to apply for grants for a summer school conducted by Bavarian or Eastern Europe higher education institutions (except language courses). Read more
Book chapter: Austerity, populism and welfare retrenchment in Central and South Eastern Europe by Lendvai-Bainton et al.
This chapter explores austerity and welfare retrenchment in Central and South Eastern Europe, with a selective focus on Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic together with parts of the post-Yugoslav space (Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Serbia), exploring the key drivers of welfare reforms during and after the 2007-8 economic and financial crisis. The chapter anchors austerity, taken as a systematic and deliberate form of welfare restructuring as a consequence of fiscal consolidation and debt reduction by the state, around four key nodes: rising populism, ethnicized nationalism, political authoritarianism and re-embedded neoliberalism. Read more
Book: Mitigating the COVID-19 effect Emergency economic policy-making in Central Europe by Podvršič et al.
This paper analyses the economic policy-making in the first phase of the epidemic in five Central Europe countries, Austria, Czechia, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia, whose economic structure is characterized by strong export orientation. The focus is on the participatory character of the governments’ COVID-19 packages, on their design, and targets. Read more
Report: COVID-19 and the World of Work: Rapid Assessment of the Employment Impacts and Policy Responses. North Macedonia by the ILO in collaboration with EBRD
The ILO Office for Central and Eastern Europe and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) established a joint task force to assess the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the region’s economies. The EBRD/ILO Task Force was invited by the Economic and Social Council in North Macedonia in 2020 to support the development of policy responses when the public health threat developed into a global pandemic with economic consequences. Read more