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Analysis of the implementation of the assumptions of the budget economy and monetary policy in Poland

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The following study discusses the implementation of the monetary policy assumptions in Poland. The theoretical part explains the concept of the state budget, which is the basic tool for collecting and spending cash in the state and the role of monetary policy. In the empirical part, the state budget analysis was carried out in 2017.
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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