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Poland: Developing Good Governance Indicators for Programmes Funded by the European Union

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27 mars 2013
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This report proposes a practical, country-based framework for developing good governance indicators for programmes funded by the European Union in Poland. The concepts presented and the challenges discussed are, however, relevant to a wide range of OECD member and non-member countries in the development of indicators-based performance measurement systems.

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Chapter 1. The OECD seminar: Main findings and recommendations
Chapter 2. The OECD seminar: Methodology and detailed findings

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