Budżet Unii Europejskiej a budżet państwa Polski

Szpringer, Zofia
September 2012
Studia BAS;2012, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p133
Academic Journal
In this article, the author discusses selected aspects of Poland's government budget in the wider context of the EU budget, with particular focus on connections and interactions between the two governments. The paper begins by providing a review of legal regulations concerning EU funds as they apply to national government. Next, the specific character of EU budget and its features are explained. In conclusion, the author discusses linkages between the EU budget and Poland's national budget.


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