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Institute for Social and Economic Analyses

The Institute for Social and Economic Analyses (ISEA) was established in the year 2002. Research works are done in The Institute of Social and Economic Analyses. The research work mainly covers the subjects related to economic and social transformation of the republic. It includes education, competitiveness, public finance, pension systems, tax based issues of research and development, political issues like political corruption. In 2007 the institute is associated with the Global Development Network. The founder of the Institute for Social and Economic Analyses was Petr Mateju. In Czech republic ISEA, it is one of the leading and politically independent think-tanks. To serve as beacon to state institutions and civic society, supplying qualified analyses of various social phenomena, key public policy domains, bridging academic research, these are the main goals of the Institute of Social and Economic Analyses. In both basic and applied research and also in fostering public debate on basic fundamental questions, human resources, competitiveness the ISEA is dedicated. The contribution of ISEA is in to the formation of politically and intellectually independent debate aimed at specifying the necessary steps to be taken for transformation that are required for the Czech Republic. The primary goal of The Institute of Social and Economic Analyses is to contribute to a society-wide debate of key issues facing the Czech Republic. The main agenda of the research in the Institute is largely given over to the display to the transformation of Czech society towars an efficient, knowledge-based economy. Some of the main priorities of the Institute are Development of human, cultural, social and knowledge capital , Competitiveness and its economic conditions, Development of the social structure of the Czech Republic towards a more meritocratic system based on principles of equal opportunity and social justice, Conditions for a civic society development, The value system compatible with economic and social developments and for the expansion of liberal democratic principles. The partners for Institute of Social and Economic Analyses (ISEA) are Finances for the “Public Benefit Law” project were provided by “ Via Foundation”, In cooperation with Skoda-Auto some projects are done, Finance support project is provided by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Foundation, and the main sponsor of ISEA is “ Open Society Fund Praha”. ISEA is organized on the basis of projects whereby every project starts with an analytical discussion of an issue continues with research work and expert discussion of the proposed alternatives. “Problem definition” is a process to which particular importance is given which should direct the project towards relevant topics. The Institute of Social and Economic Analyses wants to influence key decision-makers like politicians, public administration, large business and other important lobby groups. ISEA maintains a direct communication with the general public via various channels like Communication channels which are for Decision makers- Direct contacts, seminars and conferences, Press conferences, Research papers, Communication channels for General Public- Like articles in quality newspapers, journals, web based presentation. Open Society Fund had given a seed grant to The Institute of Social and Economic Analyses that allowed it to launch regular activities. The Institute also applied for several grants covering it’s key projects from various partners like Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Global Development Network. The system of the Institute is to uphold a lean and flexible structure where in only minimum costs are requires for administrative and organizational tasks.