The project is supported by the „Strategic Grant” program of the International Visegrad Fund, www.visegradfund.org
The International Visegrad Fund (IVF) Strategic Grant project is the Institute of World Economics (IWE) – Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences contribution to long-term cooperation among the four institutes: Europeum Institute for European Policy (Prague), Warsaw School of Economics (Warsaw), Institute of Economic Research Slovak Academy of Sciences (Bratislava) and the leader IWE (Budapest).
August 2012 - July 2015
V4 countries have to manage new types of challenges and focus their attention again a little more on themselves in order to efficiently overcome those challenges. During this process there is once again an increasing need to share experience among V4, in order to use lessons of the partners. The aim of the project is to analyse, describe and forecast how the V4 countries and their cooperation burdened by the impacts of the crisis and domestic social trends would look like in 2022 after 10 years.
Institute of World Economics RCERS, HAS
Project has tree output:
research, conference and publication
First, kick off conference
"The success of European integration and the role of the V4 - current challenges and future visions"
Bratislava, Slovakia November 23, 2012
2nd, multilateral conference
“In a post-crisis mood: looking for potential future drivers of V4 cooperation”
3rd, multilateral conference
"Importance of the Visegrad cooperation in changing European and global circumstances”
Warsaw, Poland July 18, 2014
Dariusz Kalan (Polish Institute of International Affairs)
Krisztina Vida (HAS CERS, Institute of World Economics)
Gábor Túry (HAS CERS, Institute of World Economics)
Boris Hosoff (Institute of Economic Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences)
Elzbieta Kawecka-Wyrzykowska (Warsaw School of Economics)
Project closing conference
"Prospects of the Visegrad cooperation: identifying converging and diverging factors”
Budapest, Hungary July 21, 2015
Challenges of EU governance trends and future perspectives of V4 cooperation
Russia as a dividing (?) factor in the Visegrad cooperation
Recent challenges of EU governance - Poland’s perspectives
Visegrad cooperation from the Slovak Republic’s perspective
Is there a social compatibility among the Visegrad countries?
Emerging Visegrad countries are the engine of Europe, but what about the fuel?
Institute of World Economics – Research Centre for Economic
Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budaörsi út 45, 1112 Budapest, Hungary