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Increasing the share of vocational secondary schooling has been a mainstay of development policy for decades, especially in formerly socialist countries. However, the transition to market economies led to restructuring of school systems and a decline in the number of vocational students.
The paper focuses on the major structural reforms necessary to prepare for euro adoption that should allow a sustainable fulfilment of the Maastricht criteria and maximisation of the ensuing various benefits.
This page contains all information relating to implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in Poland.
The OECD encourages Poland to strengthen its development co-operation policy, set a clear path for aid increases and move from small-scale aid projects to multi-year aid programmes.
The Polish economy has become increasingly connected with the international economy, but challenges are widespread to improve Poland’s position in global markets.
Poland recorded strong relative performance during the crisis, but implementing a credible fiscal consolidation is the main challenge. The withdrawal of monetary stimulus should begin soon if fiscal policy is not tightened significantly in the immediate future.
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Poland’s economic performance in 2009 was strong, given the global downturn. Although excess demand was substantial prior to the crisis, the external imbalance was modest relative to some neighbours’ and contagion was contained. Macro-policy responses to the slowdown were largely appropriate, and the sharp depreciation of the zloty cushioned the impact of the foreign shock, but contributed to the postponement of euro adoption. The
Poland recorded a strong relative performance in 2009 given the global downturn. The survey looks at how to ensure balanced growth going forward, strengthen public finances, prepare for euro adoption and make the most of globalisation.
Major structural reforms are necessary to prepare for euro adoption, all the more as the process of real and nominal convergence remains largely incomplete. This requires a substantial strengthening of alternative adjustment mechanisms to domestic interest- and exchange-rate changes.