KU-TIGER (Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic
Research) is the leading independent economic think-tank in East Central
Europe. It is affiliated with the Kozminski University (KU), Poland.
KU-TIGER was founded in 2000 at the initiative of Professor Grzegorz W.
Kolodko, the Director of KU-TIGER which has been established to bring
together people and ideas through innovative research projects that
would have the potential to advance economic equity while building
democratic and market institutions in postsocialist countries and other
emerging market economies.
Professor Robert A. Mundell, 1999 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, is Chairman of the KU-TIGER Scientific Advisory Board. The Board is comprised of prominent economists from Canada, Chile, China, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, Tanzania and the USA. The rich and extended research of KU-TIGER scientific team and its associates world wide has been published in a number of books and articles in several countries and languages. A bulk of these research results is available from the KU-TIGER website, especially within the continuing series of KU-TIGER Working Papers and KU & KU-TIGER Distinguished Lecture Series.