Within this project twelve think tanks from the Western Balkans, including ISSP, are financially supported to perform research on the proposed topic, different for each programme year. In addition, the programme provides capacity building in the form of seminars offered to the members of the chosen think tanks. ISSP has proposed to do research called “In search for new employment policy options”. The main goal of proposed research is to analyse employment policy in Montenegro, primarily active labour market measures in order to assess their impact on labour market situation in Montenegro and based on this analysis propose changes in their Continue Reading
ISSP is 10% project partner in VIBE project, which is done jointly with several project partners from across the region, starting from January 2013. VIBE addresses the challenge of developing the innovation and entrepreneurship system across the South East Europe by enabling private investment into innovative entrepreneurial companies in partnership with smart public initiatives and investment. VIBE offers an transnational integrated approach, providing efficient support to both investors, policy makers and agencies and of course high-growth entrepreneurs across the Regions.
Starting from December 2012, ISSP is implementing the two-year project “The new role of Civil Sector Organizations (CSOs) in the implementation and monitoring of public policy at the local level”, jointly with CASE Institute from Poland and Center for European Education from Podgorica. The goal of this project, financed by European Commission, is strengthening the role of CSOs and local governments in the implementation and monitoring of Strategic development plans at local level. The project is being conducted in 10 Montenegrin municipalities: Mojkovac, Kolašin, Plav, Danilovgrad, Žabljak, Bijelo Polje, Cetinje, Andrijevica, Berane i Tivat.
Ms. Maja Drakic, ISSP senior analyst participates at meeting organized by PALANZZA GROUP, at Sestri Levante, Italy, on 5th and 6th of October, 2012. The purpose of this years meeting is to discus the regulation with regulators and regulatory scholars all around the world. Pallanza
ISSP representatives participated at the XVII regional Milocer Development Forum, organized by Association of Economists and Managers of Montenegro in cooperation with International Chairmen’s Forum, United Kingdom. The Forum was held September 10-12, 2012 in Hotel „Maestral“, Przno, Montenegro. The topic of this year’s Forum was: Green economy and economic growth. The Forum gathered about 400 participants from business, administration, academia and diplomacy. More information on this event you may find on the web page www.demcg.me.
MISES Seminar is event organized by Institute Bruno Leoni at Sestri Levante in October each year with the aim to discuses different economic issues among students, researchers and scholars of free market orientation. The general theme discussed this year is: Failure: Why We Need It. The conference feature original contributions on the themes of failure and bankruptcy—either in the business and governmental arena—and how it is a necessary and ultimately beneficial feature of a free market and a free society. Ms. Jadranka Kaludjerovic, program director and Ms. Maja Drakic, ISSP senior analysts participated in this event.