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Poland - Completion and learning review for the period FY14-FY17 : IEG review (Inglês)

Poland is a high-income country (HIC) with a GNI per capita of USD 12,680 in 2016. Poland’s annual economic growth accelerated to 3.3 percent during the CPS period (2014-2016) from 2.9 percent over the previous four years, 2010-13. The consistency of the country’s macro and structural policies has been the key driver behind the economy’s growth and helped its transition to HIC status in less than 15 years.The CPS had 10 objectives that were organized around four engagement areas (or focus areas): (i) Economic Competitiveness, (ii) Equity and Inclusion, (iii) Climate Action, and (iv) Poland as a Global Partner. The CPS was broadly aligned with the Government of Poland’s (GOP) economic program called the Responsible Development Plan (RDP), which emphasized improving business conditions, promoting innovation, social inclusion, and more equitable regional development.The CPS addressed key development constraints and was aligned with government economic program and objectives. The CPS objectives were consistent with WBG poverty reduction and shared prosperity goals (e.g., by focusing on more inclusive labor markets). The CPS was selective, reflecting WBG’s comparative advantages as well as division of labor and complementary with the EC. The selected mix of WBG instruments was appropriate: the emphasis on knowledge products was well-grounded in the country context and reflected the client’s preferences.IEG agrees with CLR lessons and would like to emphasize the following two: (i) to become an established knowledge exporter, Poland needs external support to better structure both its export products and channels for knowledge transfer; and (ii) IFC could successfully expand its portfolio in HICs by emphasizing selectivity, innovation, and alignment with the Twin Goals.


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    Revisão do Relatório de Conclusão da CAS

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Poland - Completion and learning review for the period FY14-FY17 : IEG review

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    Labor Market; results framework; program objectives; balanced regional development; improvement in investment climate; improvements in road safety; payment of income tax; Environmental and Social Safeguard; flexibility of labor markets; Analytic and Advisory Activities; implementation of policy reform; risk of policy reversal; construction permit; climate policy; outcome indicator; health delivery system; division of labor; global public good; number of accidents; development cooperation; access to finance; reimbursable advisory services; protection against flood; collective investment vehicle; shared prosperity goal; number of road; continuity of policy; Climate Change Policy; fiscal deficit reduction; Labor Market Flexibility; equitable regional development; total factor productivity; regional planning; annual economic growth; road safety education; Education and Development; impact of knowledge; labor market deregulation; Computable General Equilibrium; expanding employment opportunity; early stage innovation; Development Policy Financing; labor market participation; labor market performance; foreign commercial bank; labor market policy; public sector entity; families with child; reduction in time; labor market institution; flood protection project; regional economic performance; Health Service Delivery; local capacity building; medium size companies; regional development strategy; regional innovation strategy; analytical and advisory; availability of finance; reduction in poverty; domestic private investment; primary health facility; road safety fund; comparative advantage; fiscal rule; lagging region; fiscal management; knowledge product; mitigation measure; economic competitiveness; government priority; business environment; green energy; grant funding; older worker; global knowledge; public finance; knowledge generation; regional disparity; external support; export product; equalization transfer; Employment Services; budget deficit; Social Protection; expenditure rule; financial crisis; fiscal policy; Fiscal policies; corrective action; reform plan; science-industry collaboration; vulnerable group; fiscal consolidation; data center; social inclusion; Green Bond; commercial banking; review period; woman entrepreneur; economic model; risk identification; safeguard issue; online registration; political risk; aging population; investment lending; intermediate outcome; knowledge exchange; policy target; business condition; policy option; hypothetical scenario; output level; innovation area; large population; regional inequality; ongoing work; positive impact; innovation scorecard; SME support; environmental performance; emission projection; test score; bank's support; emission estimate; expenditure rationalization; tax law; budget accounting; Vocational Training; project intervention; future demand; Ageing Population; income inequality; labor incentive; low-income family; Business Regulation; legal basis; unemployment rate; labor participation; fiscal plan; health finance; transport investment; urban transport; fiscal risk; Tax Compliance; labour market; Fiscal Sustainability; public debt; sustainable level; agreed schedule; expenditure program; Population Ageing; Investment Support; tax collection; idf grant; longer period; pilot program; important policy; institutional building; heavy reliance; knowledge platform; Tax Administration; Subnational Debt; thematic area; strategic focus; partnership agreement; flood management; telecommunications company; environmental sustainability; long-term sustainability; strategic complementarity; equity fund; administrative capacity; Cultural Heritage; investment operation; macroeconomic issue; financial transfer; resettlement process; safeguards requirement; european integration; market confidence; regional capacity; bank of knowledge; bank conduct; multinational company; fiscal space; building development; ida contribution; national capacity; bank client; disbursement ratio



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