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A Study on Structural Reform in Poland 2013-2018. Competitiveness Report 2018

Anna Dzienis, Arkadiusz Michal Kowalski, Marek Lachowicz, Marta Mackiewicz, Tomasz M. Napiórkowski and Marzenna Anna Weresa
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Marzenna Anna Weresa: Warsaw School of Economics

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Abstract: This report provides the analyses of four areas of structural reforms undertaken in Poland in the period 2013-2018, i.e.: Innovation and R&D, analysed in Part I, The availability of suitable labour supply and skills, analysed in Part II, The improved business (regulatory) environment, analysed in Part III, and Measures to foster business growth, such as "Strategy for Responsible Development", "Constitution for Business" and "Constitution for Science", which are the focus of Part IV. These four areas are interrelated. Strategic documents designed and approved in the years 2017-2018, such as "Strategy for Responsible Development", "Constitution for Business" and "Constitution for Science" created a framework for the conditions for conducting business activity in Poland. The regulatory environment for doing business concerns the process of law making, which impacts not only the content of strategic documents and other legal acts, but also their quality. These two areas shape "the rules of the game" in the Polish economy and have an impact on the other two areas studied in this report, i.e., the labour market and research and innovation.

Date: 2019 Written 2019-03-13
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