CASE Ukraine is an independent non-profit public organization, which specializes in economic research, macroeconomic policy analysis and forecasting.

CASE Ukraine is a part of CASE network that includes analytical centers in Poland, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus and Russia. CASE Ukraine is a successor to the Macroeconomic Reform Project of Harvard Institute of International Development, which was active in Ukraine during 1996-99. Since 1999, CASE Ukraine operates as an independent Ukrainian NGO.

CASE Ukraine provides analytical and expert support to government and parliamentary institutions. Among our partners are the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Finance, State Property Fund, State Tax Administration, the National Bank of Ukraine and other state institutions. We also closely cooperate with international organizations such as the World Bank, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), World Economic Forum, etc.

CASE Ukraine experts take part in the formulation of economic reforms in the areas of fiscal and monetary policy, international trade and European integration. They have been also engaged in designing pension system restructuring and anti-corruption programs.

CASE Ukraine sources of financing are diversified, which guarantees independence of our organization. Our activity is funded by the European Commission, UNDP, USAID, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, the World Bank, as well as private sector. Our main principles are quality, credibility and nonpartisanship. We do not lobby for specific interests of political, business or other affiliated parties. Our research findings and recommendations are based solely on our expert assessments. Our mission is to assist the implementation of comprehensive economic reforms for sustainable development and welfare growth. Our diversified thematic specialization provides for completeness and conciseness of our research. We base our work on verified economic models, which guarantees high quality and credibility of our forecasts.

CASE Ukraine experts have obtained economic education at the best Ukrainian and foreign universities. Broad network of CASE institutions enables us to engage foreign experts in projects implementation.

CASE Ukraine holds regular discussions on current economic issues with the participation of experts and representatives from the government and business. We appreciate cooperation with non-profit organizations, which helps us to discuss and disseminate our ideas and recommendations.