COMPETITIVENESS AND EU ACCESSION
This research program deals with the conceptualization of the competitiveness, i.e. the institutions, policies and reforms to strengthen the market economy of North Macedonia. Moreover, the program specifically deals with how the EU accession helps country competitiveness in light of supporting the capacity to cope with the competitive pressure and market forces within the Union.
The following projects have been implemented:
The perfect storm: Food and energy insecurities threaten the economies of the Western Balkan
The main goal of the project is to generate evidence and foster a policy dialogue for the food and energy insecurities in the Western Balkan economies pertinent to four key
Open Balkan: Free regional movement of labor in conditions of shortage of qualified workers?
The goal of the project is to assess how the free movement of (skilled) labor in the Open Balkan Initiative will affect the labor market in North Macedonia, and thus
Scoping study to investigate the demand for green and social financing in North Macedonia
The objective of this study is to conduct the diagnosis – market analyses of high potential sectors in North Macedonia from a green and social stand point and to assess
Action for formalization of micro-performers of economic activity in the informal economy
The purpose of this action is to increase the formalization of micro-companies in North Macedonia, ie performers of economic activity in the informal economy. Hence, the action addresses legal informality.
Data analysis and report on Balkan Barometer 2022
The objective of the project is to conduct a data analysis and contribute to the underlying report on Balkan Barometer 2022. Donor: Regional Cooperation Council Partner: ACIT – Albania Duration:
V4 support to promote WB6 Common Regional Market: one market for post-COVID recovery
The project focuses on sharing experiences, transferring knowledge and recommending further regional economic integration through development of the WB6 Common Regional Market using experiences from ex-CEFTA and V4 after integration