Berlin Economics has a long-established, excellent network with leading economic research institutes in several countries in transition. These contacts enable us to draw on an extensive number of local experts in all relevant fields of our work, further tailoring our analytical capabilities to the specific needs of the client.
Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (IER)
The IER Kiev is the leading economic think tank in Ukraine, founded by the Ukrainian Government and the German
Advisory Group in 1999. The aim of the institute is to provide policy advice to decision-makers, inside and outside
the government, on the basis of sound economic research.
IPM Research Center
The IPM Research Center in Minsk - an independent economic research institute - was established in 1999 with the
mission to enhance national competitiveness through research-based economic policy advice and the promotion of a
professional dialogue on economic issues.
The Expert Grup is an independent economic research institute in the
Republic of Moldova. The aim of the Expert Grup is to contribute to the
economic, political and social development as well as support the international
competitive enhancement of the Republic of Moldova through economic analysis and
The Institute for Development and Social Initiatives was established in
June 1993 in Moldova. The aim of the institute is to support the development
of a liberal market economy and an active civil society through political and
Institute of Economy, Finance and Statistics (IEFS)
The Institute of Economy, Finance and Statistics (IEFS) is a public institution
(think-tank), which deals with scientific economic research. Main activities are related
to scientific research in such fields as economy, finance, statistics, reforming of social sphere
and integration of the Republic of Moldova in the world economic circuit.
The Eastern Institute
The Eastern Institute (full name: Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies) has since its inception in 1992 been active in the field of co-operation among European countries, especially in Central and Eastern Europe.
Various projects conducted at different levels have been adding to creation and development of political, economic, cultural and scientific ties among states in the region. The most important project of the Eastern
Institute is the Economic Forum. Over the period of more than ten years, the Forum has become an important and recognized event in this part of Europe. "Towards a New Deal" - this motto will be held this year at 23rd Economic Forum
in Krynica-Zdroj, organized by the Institute for Eastern Studies. The mission of the conference is to create a favorable climate
for the development of political and economic cooperation in Europe.