Poland doesn't differ very much from Western Europe in terms of state ownership of enterprises and the degree of regulatory interference. The country is more ”statist” than the United States and Great Britain, but less than France or Germany.
According to a report prepared by CSIS, the highest costs of cyber-attacks in terms of the percentage of national GDP are borne by middle-income countries. There are many signs indicating that Poland is one of these countries.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development believes that economies should search for a new model of growth that goes beyond the imitation and import of technologies. EBRD indicates three areas where new sources of growth should be sought.