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Digital public infrastructure can enable essential society-wide functions and services such as identification, payments, and data exchange.
On the International Day of Education, a study from Poland shows that 26 weeks of school closures led to learning loss equal to more than one academic year.
Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions depends on carbon-neutral energy production, and coal is the most emission-intensive energy source.
This blog is a biweekly feature highlighting recent working papers from around the World Bank Group. It introduces 4 papers published from December 1-15 on various topics, including the impact of…
Lack of data is one of the most pressing challenges to making progress on preventing and combating GBV through evidence-based policies in Bulgaria, Croatia, Poland, and Romania.
Sovereign Green, Social and Sustainability Bonds: Mobilizing Private Sector Capital for Emerging Markets
Learn more about the potential of the sovereign green, social and sustainability bond market to mobilize private capital.
The transition away from coal offers the prospect of repurposing post-mining land—fueling both economic opportunities and clean energy.
Find out how the World Bank is helping Poland improve air quality and energy efficiency by taking into consideration homeowners' attitudes when facing the need to invest in energy efficiently…
Many governments struggle with tax evasion and tax compliance. In the EU, VAT fraud continues to be a major contributor to revenue loss. Improving tax compliance became a priority for the Polish…
Few firms or businesses in Europe and Central Asia escaped the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many experienced decreased sales, output and productivity, especially at the onset of the…