MAPS was an international project whose aim was to establish scientific evidence to support the transition to robust, carbon efficient and climate resilient economies.
The aim of the project was to assess the impact of new legislation of 2013, substantially changing rules of Polish pension system, especially referring to open pension funds, on situation of public finances.
The aim of the project was to assess the scale and causes of the financial gap in access of enterprises to external financing.
The consulting work led to the construction of a comprehensive, dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) model, which was an innovative tool in capturing the linkages between growth, adaptation to a changing climate, and climate change mitigation goals.
The project evaluated the effects of the cohesion policy in Poland.
The project aimed at proposing an integrated model of flexicurity for Poland, that would take into account the existing legislation and practices of employers.
The result of the project was a theoretical mechanism explaining poverty traps and multiple equilibria in the economy.
The project aimed at improving the quality of Strategy, by assessing: the accuracy of the socio-economic diagnosis, quality of the proposed principles of strategy implementation, and the expected impact of the strategy on socio-economic development of Poland.