- 01/2022 Effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccination in Poland
by Karol Madoñ & Piotr Lewandowski
- 04/2021 Low fertility rates in Poland have been reported since the late 1990s, resulting in population decline as a consequence. Reasons for the low fertility rate are to be associated with: 1) demographics – the number of women of reproductive age tends to fall from generation to generation; 2) an ineffective and unstable family policy; 3) social factors, such as a sense of insecurity experienced by many young couples and various “costs” of motherhood, which may affect women’s procreative choices (including the situation of mothers in the labour market, their “threefold burden” as well as the model of a “mother’s sacrifice” and the related social pressure).The experience of European countries has shown that the highest total fertility rates are achieved in countries with a stable family policy based on two objectives: 1) striving to find a balance between mothers and fathers in terms of parental responsibilities and caregiving; 2) helping parents combine work and family
by Ma³gorzata Sikorska
- 03/2021 Can the wealth tax be a remedy for public finance and reduce wealth inequalities in Poland?
by Marcin Wroñski
- 02/2021 How to reduce the social costs of coal mine closures?
by Jakub Sokolowski & Jan Frankowski & Joanna Mazurkiewicz
- 01/2021 How to improve the quality of life of the energy poor?
by Jakub Sokolowski & Jan Frankowski
- 01/2020 Increasing female labour force participation in Poland
by Iga Magda
- 03/2019 Not studying or working. A challenge for public policy?
by Mateusz Smoter
- 02/2019 Will the Polish pension system go bankrupt?
by Jakub Sawulski & Iga Magda & Piotr Lewandowski
- 01/2019 Who is burdened by taxes in Poland?
by Jakub Sawulski
- 02/2018 How does technology change the nature of work? Poland vs. the EU
by Piotr Lewandowski
- 01/2018 How to reduce energy poverty in Poland?
by Jan Rutkowski & Katarzyna Salach & Aleksander Szpor & Konstancja Ziolkowska