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Poland struggling with Structural Funds

The paper outlines the situation concerning the implementation process of the structural funds in Poland.

24.02.2005 · Bertelsmann Forschungsgruppe Politik



This paper has been elaborated in a project on the "Greater Europe", jointly managed by the Bertelsmann Stiftung and the Center for Applied Policy Research. The author spent an internship at the Center for Applied Policy Research between March and July 2004.

One of the most important challenges for Poland and the other new EU-members was to join the European Union in May, 2004. The main purpose of this paper is to outline briefly the current situation concerning the implementation process of the structural policy in Poland. In this paper I will try to answer the following questions: How well prepared is the Polish administrative system regarding structural policy of EU? What kind of institutions, rules and policies were created for the structural policy in Poland? Which are the main problems regarding the implementation of EU Funds?


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