Frequency: Every 18 months
Electronic format: Acrobat PDF
This 2002 edition of OECD's periodic review of Poland's economy examines recent economic developments, policies, and prospects and includes special features on public expenditure management and structural reform.
Table of contents:
Assessment and recommendations I. Recent economic developments -A sharp slowdown -High unemployment -Declining inflation -Improving external imbalance -Potential output -Looking forward II. Macroeconomic policies -Monetary management -The fiscal stance -Summing up 64 III. Improving the efficiency and sustainability of public expenditure -Public expenditure in Poland -Expenditure management -Agenda for public expenditure reform -Summing up IV. Implementing structural reform: a review of progress -Harvesting the benefits of a market-based economy -Fostering employment expansion Glossary of acronyms Bibliography Annex: Chronology of main economic events