The Polish Economic Institute is a public economic think tank dating back to 1928. Its research primarily spans macroeconomics, energy and climate, foreign trade, economic foresight, the digital economy and behavioural economics. The Institute provides reports, analyses and recommendations for key areas of the economy and social life in Poland, taking into account the international situation.

The scientific achievements of the Polish Economic Institute should be seen as public goods. Everyone is allowed to cite and disseminate our research and studies without prior consent. All we ask is to indicate full source details and the authors of the publication.

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Global Research Consortium on Economic Structural Transformation – with 35 members from all over the world, the GReCEST promotes intellectual partnership and fosters innovative thinking aimed to assist developing countries in economic structural transformation.

Association of European Conjuncture Institutes – AIECE supports the exchange of information and the literature on international economic developments, particularly in Europe. It was established in 1957 at the initiative of 3 institutes: the German DIW, the Belgian IRES and the French INSEE.

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