Polish EU accession in comparative perspective: macroeconomics, finance and the government

Piotr M. Jaworski, Tomasz Mickiewicz

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This book is a collection of papers that focusses on the macroeconomic and financial aspects of EU accession of its largest new member, Poland, seen in comparative perspective. Two main themes are covered. One relates to empirical estimations, evaluating the effects of integration on fiscal balance, prices, seigniorage wealth and FDI flows. The second theme relates to institutional reform and policy recommendations. Discussion focuses on how transparency and fiscal rules, including those implied by EU accession, may help to reduce the deficit bias in fiscal policy; what is the institutional framework for low inflation and how to make the insurance sector regulation more efficient, including its implications for insurance offer for small and medium-size enterprises. Last but not least, the Irish model of development and the role of the foreign direct investment in it is discussed, including the applicability of the Irish policy in Poland and other new EU member states.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon (UK)
PublisherUniversity College London
Number of pages171
ISBN (Print)978-0-90342576-6, 0-90342576-9
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Publication series

NameSSEES occasional papers
PublisherSchool of Slavonic and East European Studies


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