But you cannot build economic well-being only on pro-democratic political changes. You also need economic freedom and all the other keywords listed above.
The one thing which is clear is that if the Oresharski government continues to cling to its imprudent and populist line of action, it won’t be long before we see more and more representatives of those remaining 40% out on the streets as well.
Moreover, such projects have not been very successful: the parties declaring to be liberal that got into parliament did not survive there for more than one election period.
Real climate policy ignores much of the fundamental messages of economic reasoning. Hence we see huge inefficiencies and small outcomes of climate policy.
If I had to choose from among politicians, who are active now or used to be active some time ago, without doubt I would list Kwaśniewski because of his ability to cross the limits; it can be stated that he is a master of reaching compromises.
According to the influential American academic and opinion leader, Zbigniew Brzezinski, the EU-US trade agreement may stop the downfall of the West, revive transatlantic relations and balance the influence of China.
However, politicians should be viewed as self-interested as any other economic agents. Taking this fact into consideration, is it possible that higher salaries of politicians lead to increase in public welfare?
A great reformer, a friend of Poland and freedom, the symbol of female emancipation – the truth about Margaret Thatcher’s governance is much more complicated than these simple and overused clichés.
Margaret Thatcher was the most eminent British politician in the 20th century.
And over time, we can say that the improvement of business conditions has become an issue of being homeless