2 edition of Some distributional implications of transition in Poland found in the catalog.
Some distributional implications of transition in Poland
Barbara M. Roberts
by Faculty of Social Sciences, Dept. of Economics, University of Leicester in [Leicester]
Written in English
|Statement||by Barbara M. Roberts, Zbigniew Zolkiewski.|
|Series||Discussion papers in European economic studies / University of Leicester, Faculty of Social Sciences, Dept. of Economics -- no. 93/3, Discussion papers in European economic studies (University of Leicester. Dept. of Economics) -- no. 93/3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
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This paper is both a description and argument: I will describe the transition period of an Eastern European nation - Poland - from to the present; I will discuss major implications of this event but will focus primarily on economic issues and Poland's preparedness for EU : Polina Gerasimova. This book is an enlightening, inspiring, and sobering account of the social and economic transformation of Poland. A multinational and interdisciplinary group of scholars examine the historical precursors that gave shape to the Solidarity movement, then focus on the institutional change that today presents challenges even more daunting than those of the earlier drama of resistance.
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A decade into the transition, Polish people had the chance of most essential element of democracy, participation in the free elections in more than four decades. Despite these, however, genuine democracy has not yet to become firmly established.
In other words, the political regime in Poland is democratic, but it is far from being consolidated. Distributional Implications of Labor Market Reforms: Learning from Spain’s Experience From a new IMF working paper by Ara Stepanyan and Jorge Salas “Spain’s structural reforms, implemented aroundhave arguably contributed to a faster and stronger economic recovery.
The big story in Poland was economic, and that story was bipartite. Inflation, as everyone remembers, was horrendous, despite self-serving claims by the new government and American economic advisor Geoffrey Sachs that economic “shock treatment” stopped inflation dead in its tracks during the first quarter of In this paper, we analyse some distributional effects of the reforms to water and energy services in Italy.
We first document the new regulation setting in these services, illustrating the dynamics of utility prices and of household expenditure in the period Focusing on low-income households, this paper illustrates the distributional implications of Germany’s energy transition by investigating their electricity cost burden between and Distributional effects of carbon tax within both household and economic sectors are examined.
• The effects of ex-ante and ex-post preferential measures are categorized and compared. • We analyze the progress and shortcomings of existing studies. • We put forward implications for Cited by: This article summarises, extends and updates previous empirical work on the distributional implications of alternative health care financing arrangements in a selection of European countries and.
Poland In Transition, provides insight and understanding through which its readers will better understand the strains, stresses, and hopes for an emerging eastern Europe in general and a reestablished Poland in particular. -- Midwest Book Review. Product details.5/5(1). ELSEVIER Economic Modelling 13 () Economic Modelling Modelling income distribution in countries in transition: A computable general equilibrium analysis for Poland Barbara M.
Robertsa, Zbigniew Zolkiewskib,c aDepartrnent of Economics, University of Leicester, University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH, UK bResearch Centre for Economic and Statistical Studies, by: 5. The authors conclude that while there may be some slight regressivity in some high-income countries, as a general rule, fuel taxation is a progressive policy particularly in low income countries.
Rich countries can correct for regressivity by cutting back on other taxes that adversely affect poor people, or by spending more money on services. Recent dramatic changes in Poland are attracting worldwide attention as the Polish people take a leading role in the process of transforming the social structure of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
In Septembera new government led by the Solidarity trade union took. Poland's Transition and It's Future Hardcover – January 1, by Elzbieta Maczynska (Author, Series Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Format: Hardcover. The economic changes that began with the fall of communism in have helped Poland to establish one of the strongest economies in Eastern Europe today. Not all parts of society have benefited equally from the positive economic picture however.
Those who are unemployed, living on a pension, single parents, or residents of rural communities are at risk of living in poverty in Poland’s Cited by: 6. Economies in Transition: Poland. Essay by code, High School, 11th grade, A, December download word file, 2 pages download word file, 2 pages 2 votes4/5(2).
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF POLAND’S TRANSITION new ﬁrms and reform governments In the time span of a two-term U.S. presidency, Poland changed from being an authoritarian one-party state with a faltering centrally planned economy to become a relatively stable multiparty democracy with a market economy with one of the highest GDP growth rates.
The objective of the paper is (i) to help fill the gap in knowledge on the long-term economic history of Poland; (ii) to provide a new perspective to the debate on the economic future of Poland, with a special focus on its historically unprecedented post-transition growth experience; and (iii) to analyze critically long-term growth projections.
Since the 's, market-based instruments for environmental policy have become increasingly important. Focusing on environmental taxation in practice, this volume collects (earlier published) key contributions on a wide range of topics, including comparisons of environmental taxation schemes in different countries, political economy issues and key aspects of concrete implementation.
Abstract. I argue in this chapter that the radical set of measures 1 introduced in has produced very mixed—if not, on balance, disappointing—initial results (compare with Berg and Sachs, ). Bringing down inflation has been an achievement, though the rates of Cited by: 7.
The book concludes by contrasting the Polish transition with the experiences of other transitional countries. John E. Jackson is the M. Kent Jennings Collegiate Professor in Political Science at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he has been teaching since Downloadable (with restrictions).
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Free shipping for many products!Poland entered in high spirits. Its GDP per capita based on purchasing power exceeded $24, and 80 percent of Poles reported that they are satisfied with their lives.
In this post, Marcin Author: Marcin Piatkowski.Poland in Transition I nPoland became the first member of the former Soviet bloc to reestablish politi-cal democracy and a market economy. The fledgling government was faced with a stagnant economy, inflationary pressure, a large external debt, and market inefficiencies.
Gross domestic product (GDP) was nearly stagnant, growing by only.