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Polish postwar economy.

Thad P. Alton

Polish postwar economy.

by Thad P. Alton

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poland -- Economic policy

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesStudies of the Russian Institute, Columbia University, Studies of the Russian Institute
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxv, 330 p
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15133953M

    The nation's gross national product rose from about $, million in to $, million in and to more than $, million in At the same time, the jump in postwar births, known as the "baby boom," increased the number of consumers. More and more Americans joined the middle class. History of Europe - History of Europe - Postwar Europe: International planning for peace after World War II took place on a world scale. Within five years, in an extraordinary burst of energy and imagination, statesmen endowed the world with almost all its existing network of global institutions: the United Nations (UN), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Monetary.

    A Polish postwar report indicated agricultural depletions at million horses (75%), million cattle (60%) and million pigs (80%). See Thad Paul Alton, Polish Postwar Economy, New York: Columbia UP, , A Radio Free Europe. Poland’s Wlodzimierz Cieszkowski (L), former WW II soldier of Polish 2nd Fusilier Division, attends a ceremony to mark the end of World War II at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris May 8, Author: Michael Brendan Dougherty.

    Recent Performance of the Polish Economy. The European Business Journal for the summer of in an article entitled, "Poland's tiger economy," says that Poland's economy grew in excess of six percent in the previous three years and that such growth came in part from its strategic position. Poland is the meeeting grounds for the Russian east and the German west, but is also the meeting. Indeed, twice as many Americans were married in as in The birth rate soared between and , reaching its highest level in During this baby boom, about 76 million children were born, which contributed to the expanding postwar economy and also created an enormous demand for housing. Because of the housing shortage, young.


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This study seeks to appraise the character of Polish economic planning and its success in solving problems of economic development. The inquiry is focused on developments after World War II, especially after ; however, for purposes of background and comparison, Polish economic development up to and the effects of World War II are included.

Get this from a library. Polish Postwar Economy. [Thad Paul Alton] -- Looks at Polish economic planning and its Polish postwar economy. book in solving problems of economic development while dealing with the evolution and ideology of the postwar government.

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It operated within the rigid framework of Comecon (Council on. The economy of Poland is the sixth largest in the European Union (EU) and the largest among the former Eastern Bloc members of the EU. SincePoland has pursued a policy of economic liberalization and its economy was the only one in the EU to avoid a recession through the –08 economic downturn.

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Erlich, Alexander, "Polish Postwar Thad Paul Alton. (Studies of the Russian Institute of Columbia University.) New York: Columbia University Press, The result is a book that has the pace of a thriller and the scope of an encyclopedia; it is a very considerable achievement Brilliant.”—The New York Review of Books “Postwar is a remarkable book The excellence of Postwar was no doubt hard to achieve but it is easy to s: The Polish economy performed well during the period, with the real GDP growth rate generally exceeding 3%, in part because of increases in government social spending that have helped to accelerate consumer-driven growth.

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