Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/130182
Authors: 
Rapacki, Ryszard
Year of Publication: 
2005
Citation: 
[Conference:] International Conference on “European Constitution and European Integration”, Taipei, 10-11 November 2005
Abstract: 
This paper seeks to explore the fiscal performance in Poland - one of the top reformer transition economies and simultaneously the largest of ten new EU member countries. At the same time it aims to highlight major fiscal implications of country’s accession to the European Union. If not properly addressed, some of these implications or challenges may endanger Poland’s fiscal stability and by the same token – adversely affect the speed and smoothness of country’s integration process with the European Union. If persisting, they may in the longer run also jeopardize (or at least delay) Poland’s membership in the EMU.
Abstract (Translated): 
This paper seeks to explore the fiscal performance in Poland - one of the top reformer transition economies and simultaneously the largest of ten new EU member countries. At the same time it aims to highlight major fiscal implications of country’s accession to the European Union. If not properly addressed, some of these implications or challenges may endanger Poland’s fiscal stability and by the same token – adversely affect the speed and smoothness of country’s integration process with the European Union. If persisting, they may in the longer run also jeopardize (or at least delay) Poland’s membership in the EMU.
Subjects: 
fiscal performance
eu accession
JEL: 
h3
h5
Additional Information: 
Paper prepared for the international conference on “European Constitution and European Integration”, Taipei, 10-11 November 2005
Document Type: 
Conference Paper

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