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2009 | nr 82 | 49--75
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Polityka stabilizowania koniunktury w warunkach Paktu Stabilności i Wzrostu

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Celem opracowania jest ocena rozwiązań przyjętych w Pakcie Stabilności i Wzrostu z perspektywy ich oddziaływania na możliwości prowadzenia polityki stabilizowania koniunktury. Analiza ta została osadzona w szerszym kontekście refleksji nad kryteriami optymalnego obszaru walutowego. W dalszej kolejności przedstawiono przesłanki teoretyczne uregulowań przyjętych w SGP. Następnie omówiono podstawowe argumenty przeciwników i zwolenników Paktu. Przeprowadzana analiza prowadzi do wniosku, że trudno byłoby uznać SGP za rozwiązanie fortunne. Nie oznacza to bagatelizowania argumentów za jego przyjęciem, jednak nie zawsze przełożyły się one na właściwe regulacje, które zresztą nie są egzekwowane w praktyce. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The objective of the paper is to assess solutions adopted by the Stability and Growth Pact considering their impact on possibilities of pursuing business situation stabilizing policy. The analysis was incorporated into a broader context of reflecting on criteria of the optimal currency zone. Next theoretical basis for regulations adopted in SGP have been presented, followed by primary arguments of the Pact opponents and proponents. The analysis conducted proves that SGP might be difficult to consider a fortunate solution, which does not mean disregarding arguments for its adoption. Yet, the arguments could not always translate into proper regulations that are not practically exercised. (original abstract)
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