The 2015 edition of the "Przemiany" Festival, organized by Copernicus Science Centre, invited scientists, artists and everyone interested in the future of Earth to design a new epoch: Antropocen.
In the World Bank videoblog Piotr Lewandowski explains how the nature of jobs in Poland had changed since the economic transition.
The interdisciplinary "Przemiany" ("Transformations") festival will be hosted in the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw from 3rd to 6th September under the “Designers of Anthropocene” tag.
Lack of coordination of minimum wage and taxation hinders inclusive employment growth in Poland
This summer in Poland is busy with pre-election proposals and announcements.
IBS contributed to European Employment Policy Observatory (EEPO) thematic seminar “Reforming Employment Protection Legislation” in Brussels on June 16, 2015.
Educational boom in Poland increased the share of working-age people with tertiary degree from 12% in 2001 to 26% in 2013.
The EU has set the overall greenhouse gas emissions target for 2030 and the associated targets for the various sectors covered by the EU emissions trading system (ETS).
On April 20-24 in Santiago, Chile, IBS conducted a training on dynamic stochastic general equilibrium modelling of climate and energy policies, using a model of the economy of Chile which was built last year by IBS in cooperation with the MAPS Chile and the Ministry of Finance of Chile.