wtorek, 22 marca 2011

Europe 2020 Poland

Growth and competitiveness through employment, skills, and innovation and technology absorption are key issues to enable the European Union (EU) to meet the targets set out in the Europe 2020 Strategy for Smart, Sustainable, and Inclusive Growth. Poland has undertaken important reforms in the first two areas, but it needs to go further to sustain its impressive pre-crisis growth rates and meet the new targets on which Poland still lags behind.
This Report, “Europe 2020 Poland,” aims to analyze how Poland can reach the Europe 2020 targets and to provide policy recommendations in the three specific areas. It also aims to complement and help operationalize the “Poland 2030. Development Challenges” report, which was developed by the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and focuses on similar areas.
The report “Europe 2020 Poland” concludes that raising employment, improving skills, and enhancing technology absorption and innovation could help offset a projected decline in potential growth (largely due to a slower growth in private investment), and put Poland back on track for even higher growth rates and so as to help Poland meet the Europe 2020 targets.
Executive Summary
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