OECD Economic Surveys: Poland 2004
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OECD Economic Surveys: Poland 2004

While Poland has undergone major change in the last decade, in this 2004 review of Poland’s economy, OECD finds that much needs to be done to facilitate convergence with the rest of Europe.  OECD proposes a comprehensive programme of reform covering an unsustainably large fiscal deficit, widespread unemployment, weak investment performance, and slow rural restructuring.  This edition’s special feature covers the labour market.

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There is growing concern that long-run sustainable development may be compromised unless measures are taken to achieve balance between economic, environmental and social outcomes. This chapter looks at three specific issues of sustainable development that are of particular importance for Poland: climate change, air pollution and sustainable retirement income. In each case, indicators are presented to measure progress and the evolution of potential problems, and an assessment is made of government policies that affect each issue. The chapter also considers ...

 
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