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dc.contributor.authorGrycuk, Adrian
dc.contributor.authorRussel, Piotr
dc.identifier.citationGrycuk A., Russel P., Członkostwo w Unii Europejskiej a rozwój gospodarczy Polski, "Studia BAS" 2017, nr 3 (51), s. 79-113pl
dc.description.abstractThis article explores the economic benefits and costs of Poland’s membership in the European Union from 2004–2016. It begins by outlining strategic documents of the EU and Poland regarding economic and social development. Next, the authors look at three major mechanisms which influence the national economy (EU legislation, the EU customs union and the European Single Market, and the EU budget). The final part of the article discusses Polish GDP growth relative to the rest of EU-28, GDP levels across Polish regions, and developments in some key areas of the Polish economy (foreign trade, agriculture, inflow of foreign direct investment, and labour market). The authors argue that the overall economic effects of Poland’s EU membership are positive, but serious challenges lie ahead. (polski)en
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dc.subjectczłonkostwo Polski w EUpl
dc.subjectrozwój gospodarczy Polskipl
dc.subjectjednolity rynekpl
dc.subjectbudżet UEpl
dc.subjectkorzyści z członkostwa w UEpl
dc.subjectkoszty członkostwa w UEpl
dc.subjectPoland’s EU membershipen
dc.subjecteconomic development of Polanden
dc.subjectEuropean Single Marketen
dc.subjectEU budgeten
dc.subjectbenefits of UE membershipen
dc.subjectcosts of EU membershipen
dc.titleCzłonkostwo w Unii Europejskiej a rozwój gospodarczy Polskipl
dc.title.alternativeMembership in the European Union and Poland’s economic developmenten
dc.contributor.organizationBiuro Analiz Sejmowychpl
dc.contributor.organizationSzkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawiepl
dc.description.numbernr 3 (51)pl
dc.title.journalStudia BASpl

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