Cocky Economics

Kruk, Marynia; Salembier, Scott
April 2010
Transitions Online;4/12/2010, p4
The article explores the reaction of economists and analysts about the deficit reduction program of Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski in Poland. Grzegorz Maliszewski says that Rostowski's program is optimistic but, it is risky to implement. One London-based economist emphasizes that it can trigger mandatory spending cuts. Analysts stress that the program is unsustainable and amounts to an undue burden on the country's working population.


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