Today Poland can choose between two broad future paths. The first one retains the current status quo with respect to the reform agenda and delayed reaction to global trends. The alternative is a modernisation scenario, in which future development is based on three pillars: high quality public institutions and legislation, creativity and innovativeness and resource and human resource efficiency.
We are convinced that Poland of the future needs to be a creative, institutionally competitive and culturally attractive country, but before everything else the country aware of the fact that the growth cannot take place at someone else’s expense – citizens of developing countries and future generations. To make this happen we have to change our ways of thinking and behaving and invest in innovativeness, resources efficiency and quality of public institutions. In the report we prove, while analysing a complex modernisation package in the Polish energy sector, the industry, agriculture and services, that such a modernisation is at the fingertips.