SlovakAVe

Participant n. 8 Slovak Academy of Sciences (IFSAS)

Institute for Forecasting

The Institute for Forecasting of the Slovak Academy of Sciences acts both as a research body and government think-thank for design of economic and social policies. The Institute concentrates on interdisciplinary research in following areas: 1.theoretical, methodological and conceptual issues of the Slovak society in national and world-wide context; 2.human dimension of global environmental change and 3.co-evolution of institutional and technology change. Institute’s members are internationally recognized scientists and consultants for top international organisations. The Institute prepared number of studies commissioned by the European Commission, Slovak Prime Minister Office, Slovak Ministries of Economy and Finance, World Bank, OECD, International Labour Office, etc.

Main Tasks

  • Leadership of WP2
  • Participation in all the work packages

Team members

Project responsible
Vladimír Baláž
doc. Ing., PhD., DrSc., Research Professor, Institute for Forecasting, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Šancová 56, Bratislava, 81105, Slovak Republic, www.prog.sav.sk
vbalaz@yahoo.com
(+421)252495275
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Working group

Martina Lubyová
Mgr. JUDr., PhD., Director of Institute for Forecasting, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Šancová 56, Bratislava, 81105, Slovak Republic, www.prog.sav.sk
progluby@savba.sk
(+421)252495256

Elena Fifeková
Ing., PhD., Senior researcher, Institute for Forecasting, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Šancová 56, Bratislava 81105, Slovak Republic, www.prog.sav.sk
progfife@savba.sk
(+421)252495275

Katarína Karasová
Ing., PhD student, Institute for Forecasting, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Šancová 56, Bratislava 81105, Slovak Republic, www.prog.sav.sk
progkkar@savba.sk
(+421)25249 5267

Martina Chrančoková
Ing., PhD student, Institute for Forecasting, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Šancová 56, Bratislava 81105, Slovak Republic, www.prog.sav.sk
progmach@savba.sk
(+421)25249 5267


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