Panic Selling – Assessing the main challenges and deficiencies of Kosovo’s Privatization Process

Panic Selling – Assessing the main challenges and deficiencies of Kosovo’s Privatization Process

The Policy Analysis entitled ‘Panic Selling: Assessing the Main Challenges and Deficiencies of Kosovo’s Privatization Process’, provides an overview of the main challenges and problems encountered during the privatization process in Kosovo. More precisely, it highlights problems such as institutional dualism, ownership disputes, and methods of […]

February 11, 2016 GLPS
An Assessment of the new VAT Policy in Kosovo: its potential impact on consumers and businesses

An Assessment of the new VAT Policy in Kosovo: its potential impact on consumers and businesses

Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS) released a Policy Analysis entitled: ‘Assessment of the VAT Changes: Potential Impact on Consumers and Businesses’.  Similar to most of the Balkan countries, Kosovo has been, and still is, undergoing socio-economic and political transformation. Characterized by the lowest GDP […]

August 4, 2015 GLPS
Visa Liberalisation and the Way Forward: Suggestions for a Strategic Approach to the Political Dialogue with Brussels

Visa Liberalisation and the Way Forward: Suggestions for a Strategic Approach to the Political Dialogue with Brussels

Group for Legal and Political Studies conducted a Policy Analysis entitled ‘Visa Liberalisation and the Way Forward: Suggestions for a Strategic Approach to the Political Dialogue with Brussels’, which examines the particularities Kosovo’s visa liberalisation process and subsequent issues. It also presents recommendations for the […]

May 20, 2015 GLPS