Bulgaria has come a long way from its turbulent political and economic transition in the 1990s to becoming a member of the European Union in 2007. Today, it is an upper middle-income economy with a gross net income per capita of $6,530 in 2011. Read More »
March 27, 2014 — The probability that our children will have a job that exists today when they enter the job market is surprisingly low, with some estimates indicating that only 1 in 5 of today’s elementary school students will find a job that exists today.Read More »
February 12, 2014 — Roma are one of the poorest populations in Bulgaria. As many as one in three Roma live in extreme poverty earning less than $4.30 a day, compared to just one in twenty among the rest of the population. But poverty is not the only challenge.Read More »
With 85 percent of university graduates dissatisfied with the quality of education, Bulgaria needs to urgently address the challenges of raising quality standards, improving efficiency and investing smartly.