Republic of Poland : staff report for the 2011 article iv consultation / International Monetary Fund.

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  • Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, 2011.
  • ©2011
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In this study, the economic development of Poland after the recession is discussed. The importance of maintaining macroeconomic policies and advancing growth-enhancing structural reforms are explained. Increase in labor participation and a reduction in product market rigidities are key to increase potential growth. Improvements of the balance of payments compilation system has been encouraged by the authorities. To strengthen the financial sector, increase the independence of financial supervision authority, develop a framework for coordinating policy responses to systemic risks, and strengthe
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  • Cover; Contents; I. Context; II. Recent Economic Developments; III. Outlook and Risks; Box; 1. Real Exchange Rate Assessment; IV. The Policy Agenda; A. Narrowing the Fiscal Deficit; B. Tightening Monetary Policy; C. Strengthening Financial System Resilience; D. Policy Options if Capital Inflows were to Surge; E. Enhancing Growth and Flexibility; F. Euro Adoption; V. Staff Appraisal; Figures; 1. Recent Economic Developments, 2008-11; 2. Labor Market Developments, 2007-10; 3. Capacity Utilization, Output, and Inflation, 2007-11; 4. Balance of Payments Developments, 2007-11
  • 5. Recent Financial Markets Developments, January 2009 - May 20116. Banking Sector Developments, 2007-11; 7. Credit Developments, 2007-11; 8. Residential Real Estate Lending, 2007-11; 9. Recent Fiscal Developments; 10. Labor Market Indicators; 11. Product Market Indicators; 12. External Debt Sustainability: Bound Tests, 2005-16; 13. Public Debt Sustainability: Bound Tests, 2005-16; Tables; 1. Selected Economic Indicators, 2009-13; 2. Balance of Payments on Transaction Basis, 2009-16; 3. General Government Revenues and Expenditures, 2009-16; 4. Medium-Term Scenario, 2008-16
  • 5. Financial Soundness Indicators, 2005-116. External Debt Sustainability Framework, 2005-16; 7. Public Sector Debt Sustainability Framework, 2005-16; Appendixes; I. Implications of Potential BOP Data Revisions for External Vulnerability; II. Pension Reform and Options for the Future; III. Inflation Forecasting in Poland: A GPM Application; IV. Reserve Adequacy; V. Improving the Banking Supervision Framework; VI. Structural Reforms in Poland; Contents; Appendixes; I. Fund Relations; II. Statistical Issues
  • 1-4623-6979-0
  • 1-4623-0320-X
  • 1-283-56826-8
  • 9786613880710
  • 1-4552-9571-X
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