publication . Preprint . Article . Research . 2016

Wpływ środków pomocowych z Unii Europejskiej na kondycję gospodarczą Polski w latach 2007–2013

Wysocki, Maciej;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2016
  • Country: Poland
Abstract
Poland is one of the most significant examples of a transition country in Central and Eastern Europe. After 45 years of being a centrally planned economy Poland emerged at the end of the 1980’s a free-market economy. In 2004 Poland became a member of the European Union, which was another milestone in the transition process. Undoubtedly, institutions were a very important factor in Poland’s economic transition. It seems that the horizon of 25 years since the fall of communism has created a decent prospect to evaluate the balance of economic transition in terms of the quality of institutions. However, comparative studies do not analyse institutions separately, but...
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