Republic of Poland: Selected Issues. IMF Country Report No. 19/38

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On February 6 this year, the International Monetary Fund published materials and assessments related to the review of the Polish economy under Article IV of the IMF Articles of Agreement.

One of the materials documenting important phenomena for the assessment of key economic processes is the SELECTED ISSUES REPORT (Country Report No. 19/38).

The Report concerns the identification of factors affecting the development of wage growth in Poland as well as the structural characteristics of enterprises, in particular the conditions affecting the so-called Total Factor Productivity (TFP).

The main source of data for the review and accompanying materials are statistics prepared by the Statistics Poland. An element of this year's SELECTED ISSUES REPORT are calculations made by the Central Statistical Office with firm-level data for Polish enterprises and modeling works.

Experts of the Statistics Poland have also developed the Appendix I. Measuring Total Factor Productivity of Non-Financial Enterprises in Poland describing the source of data, their transformations and indicating the used models.
The conclusions are formulated by the IMF.

Republic of Poland: Selected Issues. IMF Country Report No. 19/38