Assessment of Poland’s fiscal position in the European Union in the face of crisis conditions




crisis conditions, budget deficit, public debt, European Union, fiscal position


Crisis conditions in the 21st century also reached the European Union countries, including Poland, and were reflected in the nominal and real economy. In particular, what suffered most was the fiscal condition of individual countries. To support the state of the economy, the economic authorities often took extraordinary, unconventional actions, which unfortunately resulted and still result in a deterioration of the state of public finances. It is therefore worth referring to this research and empirical problem from the perspective of the current and ongoing economic crisis.


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Zwierzchlewski, S. (2024). Assessment of Poland’s fiscal position in the European Union in the face of crisis conditions. Research Papers in Economics and Finance, 8(1).