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Centralnie planowana „ucieczka z peryferii”. Wzrost gospodarczy Polski na tle Hiszpanii w latach 1950–1975

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The Centrally Planned “Escape from the Peripheries”. A Comparison of the Economic Growth of Poland and Spain in the years 1950–1975(Summary)This aim of this article is to verify the opinion that by the mid-1970s the economic system of the People’s Republic of Poland (and other Central European countries) proved to be an effective tool for building economic growth. In order to do so the author carried out an analysis of both Poland and Spain’s economic growth in the period 1950–1975 in terms of the effectiveness of the modernisation policies. Comparing the GDP and levels of economic growth per capita made it possible to shows the divergence between the Polish and Spanish economies in the said period and the much faster development of the Iberian economy. This tendency applies not only to Poland and Spain but also entire regions in east-central and southern Europe. The author claims that a possible reason for the ineffectiveness of the solutions adopted in Poland and other communist countries lies in the institutional transformations occurring from the mid-1950s in countries in the USSR and the resultant emergence of the so-called mature version of the Soviet economy.
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The Centrally Planned “Escape from the Peripheries”. A Comparison of the Economic Growth of Poland and Spain in the years 1950–1975(Summary)This aim of this article is to verify the opinion that by the mid-1970s the economic system of the People’s Republic of Poland (and other Central European countries) proved to be an effective tool for building economic growth. In order to do so the author carried out an analysis of both Poland and Spain’s economic growth in the period 1950–1975 in terms of the effectiveness of the modernisation policies. Comparing the GDP and levels of economic growth per capita made it possible to shows the divergence between the Polish and Spanish economies in the said period and the much faster development of the Iberian economy. This tendency applies not only to Poland and Spain but also entire regions in east-central and southern Europe. The author claims that a possible reason for the ineffectiveness of the solutions adopted in Poland and other communist countries lies in the institutional transformations occurring from the mid-1950s in countries in the USSR and the resultant emergence of the so-called mature version of the Soviet economy.
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72
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2012
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2012-01-01
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