The IPP includes a data visualisation tool containing the main available indicators relevant to a country’s innovation performance. Indicators are sourced primarily from the OECD and the World Bank, as well as from other sources of comparable quality.
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Poland (The Call for Innovative and Open Government: An Overview of Country Initiatives)
The Polish economy has thus far proven to be extremely resilient to the global economic crisis. Government activities such as the state transition pension reform, the reinforcement of Poland's credibility in international markets, the anti-crisis measures targeted at the labour market or the major privatisation scheme, have consolidated the foundation of the Polish economy. In November 2008 the government put forward the Stability and Development Plan aimed at protecting the Polish economy against the global financial crisis. In addition, the Package of Anti-Crisis Measures was introduced by the government in 2009. The Polish currency was stabilised and its position safeguarded. A programme supporting Polish enterprises has also been developed.