Poland and the EU



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Code : ITF0025

Year :
2004

Industry :General Business

Region : :Poland Europe

Teaching Note: Not Available

Structured Assignment : Not Available

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Abstract: Poland was one of the ten countries that joined the European Union (EU) on May 1st 2004. As the largest of the new members, with a rapidly developing economy, Poland is expected to leverage its membership to develop its economy and reduce unemployment. Critics have cautioned that the European Union's stringent fiscal policy requirements might curtail Poland's growth.

Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To discuss the potential benefits and likely repercussions of Poland's EU membership

    Keywords
    Poland and the European Union, Polish gross domestic product, International Trade & World Economy Case Study, Handlowy W Warszawie Bank, European Treaty of Association, Central Bank of Poland, Corporate taxes, European Competition Commission, Growth and stability pact, Eurozone, Polish economic and monetary policy, Maastricht Treaty, Developing economy, Outsourcing, Unemployment rate, Foreign direct investment

    Contents :
    THE ECONOMICS AND POLITICS OF JOINING EU
    THE GROWTH AND STABILITY PACT


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