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Дело науки — служить людям. – Толстой –

Наука – капитан, а практика – солдаты. – Леонардо да Винчи –

Пределы наук похожи на горизонт: чем ближе подходим к ним, тем дальше они отодвигаются. – Буаст –

Фантазировать важней, чем знать. – Альберт Эйнштейн –

Наука – это организованное знание. – Спенсер –

Свобода для науки то же, что воздух для живого существа. – Пуанкаре –

Поле исследований всех наук беспредельно. – Паскаль –

Систему наук нужно рассматривать как систему природы: все в ней бесконечно и все необходимо. – Кювье –

Научный план без рабочей гипотезы – это скелет без живого тела. – Гиршфельд –

Главный предмет изучения человечества – человек. – Гёте –

В науке все важно. – Гейне –

Книги должны быть результатом наук, а не наука – результатом книг. – Бэкон –

Ученый не тот, кто дает правильные ответы, а тот, кто задает истинные вопросы. – Клод Леви-Стросс –

Чем упорнее мы будем искать истину вне себя, тем больше будем отдаляться от нее. Чем больше мы сумеем понять то, чем мы являемся, тем сильнее истина утвердит нас в нас же самих. – Антонио Менегетти –

Прежде чем природе повелевать, надо ей подчиниться. – Бэкон –

Настоящий ученый не тот, кто больше освоил, а тот, кто больше понял. – Лейбниц –

Наука – знать, как действует сущее. Знать действие бытия. – Антонио Менегетти –

Наука – благодетельница человечества. – Бертело –

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The status quo of Latvian state-owned enterprises and its representative enterprises

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Introduction The state of the art of Latvian state-owned enterprises (here and after SOEs) in this briefing will be described and analyzed based on the report conducted by KPMG[1] Baltics “State ownership policy review in Latvia”[i] and latest available annual report of Cross-Sectoral Coordination Centre (CSCC) of Latvia[ii]. The detailed reports and the current briefing are dedicated to understanding the development stage of SOEs in Latvia. Description of the sector is provided to introduce the...
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Dr. Nina Linde have taken part in the online workshop of the H2020 project CASPER

On 16-17 February director of the Institute of Economics of the Latvian Academy of Sciences Dr. Nina Linde have taken part in the online workshop of the H2020 project Certification-Award Systems to Promote Gender Equality in Research (CASPER), where she acts like an external expert/consultant. She actively participated and collaborated with other experts during the co-creation workshop with stakeholders within the framework of the project.  The task of the February workshop was to discuss three basic scenario directions for development of...
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Main Priorities of Latvian Policy: Vaccination, Participation in the 9th China-CEEC Summit and shortcomings in Regional Reform Law

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Introduction Latvian internal politics has several challenges in February according to development. First of all, an urgent priority for government is to stop the spread of Covid-19 in the country and diminish consequences of pandemic. In February Latvia has started wide vaccination process with online vaccination sign-up website launched to make registration process easier for inhabitants. Health Minister admitted that many are already applying for vaccination on the website “Manavakcina.lv”, and this is...
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Latvian foreign policy prospects and relations with EU, US, China in 2021

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Introduction Pandemic crisis has highlighted challenges of a new level both to individual countries and international organizations, and to the principle of multilateralism in general. In 2021 it is expected that already existing global challenges like globalization process, rivalry between the great powers, populism, and doubts on effectiveness of international organizations, will rise. Under such circumstances, cooperation and synergy in all possible formats and at all levels is vital to reach Latvia’s policy...
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The trends and forecasts for Latvian main social indicators in 2021

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Introduction During the first half of 2021, the government will continue the fight against Covid-19 pandemic. Immunization of the population is the main priority for this period. However, there are several obstacles for the citizens’ vaccination, one of them is the absence of an appropriate, realistic, and efficient plan of vaccination. Demographic situation in Latvia is worsen yearly, the population is decreasing and ageing, the government need to introduce long-term measures. The...
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Kick-off online meeting of our new Erasmus+ KA2 project STREAMpreneur took place

Kick-off online meeting of our new Erasmus+ KA2 project STREAMpreneur took place in an online environment on January 27 and 28, 2021.  Institute of Economics of the Latvian Academy of Sciences (Latvia) is glad to introduce our partners from across Europe: HeurekaNet (Germany) Eduforma Formazione e Consulenza (Italy), InterCollege APS (Denmark), DOREA Educational Institute (Cyprus).  It’s a pleasure to collaborate on the innovative idea of STREAM entrepreneurship together with such experiences  The project aims to improve youth entrepreneurial skills, promote...
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EQUALS-EU: the first project meeting took place on January 20th

On January 20 Institute of Economics participated in the first project meeting for HORIZON-2020 project “EQUALS-EU: Europe’s Regional Partnership for Gender Equality in the Digital Age”. Due to pandemic situation, 1st Consortium meeting took part in online format through ZOOM platform. After quick round of introduction and presentation of the project idea, Consortium members from 19 countries have discussed work packages structure and first steps to be taken in order to achieve project goals. EQUALS-EU aims to promote gender equity...
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Latvia: the main prospects and challenges of 2021

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Introduction The last year 2020 the world has faced a severe challenge that hit every country. It was not possible to forecast such a widespread Covid-19 and all the consequences it brought as it is never possible to predict something uncontrollable by its nature. However, Latvia is fighting the virus as the whole world does, and it is needed to make a prognosis regarding the future of the country’s economy in the nearest...
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Latvian politics development outlook for 2021: municipal elections, vaccination plan and territorial reform

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Introduction The attention of Latvian society currently is focused on Covid-19 and its consequences. But we should not forget that this year for Latvian politics is the year of municipal elections. It is planned to hold elections on Saturday, 5 June 2021, but the experience of 2020 shows that Covid-19 pandemic can introduce any changes to any plans. However, the municipal elections are not far away anyway and will be a major political event in...
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Latvia external relations briefing: Summary of Latvian foreign policy in 2020

Original publication available at the China-CEE Institute website. Latvia’s foreign policy priorities in 2020 were mainly aimed at overcoming the COVID-19 crisis. Challenges faced by Latvia in its external relations have been reinforced by the coronavirus outbreak in the world. It means Latvian foreign policymakers worked especially hard to set and reach foreign policy goals for 2020. Pandemic brought a special focus on external cooperation and the importance of multilateralism and the importance of transatlantic partnership for Latvia and Baltic...
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