Poland and Brazil have much in common, but an interesting development is that they are two countries that best resisted the ups and downs of the 2008 financial crisis, based on a better balance between economic and social policies. In a visit to Poland in 2013, we decided with some friends to compare these recent policies to see what they had in common. In fact they do have, quite a lot. You will find below three papers. The first one, by L. Dowbor, in English, 9p., comparing the two experiences, seen from Brazil but reacting to the second paper, in Polish, produced by Arleg (51p.), which presents key characteristics of the recent Polish economic policy. The third paper, by L. Dowbor in Polish, was produced for the Brazilian government (34p.), suggesting a strategy for the decade.(L. Dowbor)
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