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Intergenerational social solidarity

An economic policy that pursues social goals guarantees stability of development. Poland is currently the sixth economy of the European Union, which combines the deepening solidarity of the social policy of the state with greater competitiveness of the economy. The subject of the effectiveness of social transfers and the challenges facing demography, the social security system and the labor market has been controversial among economists and commentators for years.

Suggested topics:


  1. Social transfers & ndash; fighting against poverty or making the society dependent on state aid?
  2. Employee Capital Plans & ndash; program evaluation after the first months of operation
  3. Immigration policy, demographic policy or automation & ndash; labor market challenges.
  4. Can the Polish social insurance system be reformed?
  5. Regional minimum wage in Poland?