EU MONITOR: Has the time come for a Czech Regional Policy?

Over the past 5 years, the Czech Republic has experienced unprecedented GDP growth, moving the country from 83% of EU average GDP in 2013 to 91% of the EU average GDP in 2019. At the same time, the Czech wage increased by more than 7% in 2013 in the last three years. This phenomenon is addressed by our Vít Havelka in the latest issue of the EU Monitor.

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EU MONITOR: Has the time come for a Czech Regional Policy?

Během posledních 5 let došlo v České republice k nebývalému růstu HDP, který posunul zemi z 83% průměrného HDP EU v roce 2013 na 91% průměrného HDP EU v roce 2019. Současně se česká mzda v roce 2013 zvýšila o více než o 7% za poslední tři roky. Tomuto jevu se věnuje náš Vít Havelka v nejnovějším vydání EU Monitoru.

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The human cost of the EU’s externalisation of fundamental obligations

More than half of all refugees from Syria is currently located in Turkey. In her latest blog, Tuba Nilüfer Uğur zooms in on the local situation and suggests steps that should be made by the EU to help this matter.

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INVITATION: Education and democracy

Festival of Democracy, Václav Havel Library and EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy would like to cordially invite you to the discussion about Czech education and democracy. The event takes place on Tuesday, October 15th.

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Policy Paper: Czech Education Policy – Increasing attractiveness of teaching profession in the Czech Republic

Our Milan Urbaník published policy paper about Increasing attractiveness of teaching profession in the Czech Republic.

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Policy Paper: Česká vzdělávací politika - Zvyšování atraktivity učitelské profese v České republice

Náš Milan Urbaník publikoval policy paper o Zvyšování atraktivity učitelské profese v České republice.

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Europe awaits: German GroKo and what it means for European partners

The latest edition of our Brussels Monitor series and its authors Vít Havelka and Martin Michelot explore the impacts of German policy towards the EU after the forming of the Grand coalition.

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Labour market reform and Visegrad countries: Deep rooted concerns and how to address them

Alena Kudzko, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief concerning the ongoing labour market reforms in the EU and recommends steps to be taken for the CEE countries, not to end on the economic and political periphery of Europe.

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Labour market reform and Visegrad countries: Deep rooted concerns and how to address them

Alena Kudzko vypracovala v rámci projektu Think Visegrad policy brief, ve kterém se věnuje problematice reforem pracovního trhu v Evropské unii a jejich dopadu na země Visegrádu. Přináší řadu doporučení pro státy sředoevropského prostoru, jak se neocitnout na politické a ekonomické periferii Evropy.

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Defence and Industrial Policy in Slovakia and the Czech Republic

Our deputy director Martin Michelot co-authored the new policy paper analyzing the defence and industrial policy of Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

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