Poland Politics Today

Long depicted as a poster child of a successful transition to liberal democracy and a market economy after the collapse of the communist Eastern Bloc in 1989, Poland undertook a dramatic U-turn in 2015 with the return to power of the national-conservative party Law and Justice (abbreviated in Polish as PiS).


Avoiding Intergenerational Conflict: Intermediated Equity Release to Improve Housing Conditions for both the Young and Old People

We argue for the creation of an equity release programme with the intermediation of municipalities in order to reduce under-occupancy and increase housing density, thus augmenting supply for all home-seekers, young people included, while providing an answer to old-age poverty, limiting further land artificialisation and suburban sprawl and improving energy efficiency of the private housing stock.

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