State and Law

The chief factor determining behaviour and attitudes is the law.



Historic experiences teach us that above all else we must count on ourselves.



Only a strong economy can finance national defence, improve the quality of life, and stop the process of depopulation.



Successful implementation of all the above-mentioned objectives is largely dependent on the reversal of unfavourable demographic trends in Poland.

Warsaw Enterprise Institute focuses on four areas that are key for the improvement of Poland’s business environment and prosperity:

• State and Law

• Security

• Economy

• Demographics

The Warsaw Enterprise Institute carries out research, analyses, and educational projects. WEI also publishes commentaries, position papers, memoranda, and reports. It provides with know-how both the institutions of the state as well as independent social or commercial entities.

The WEI is the exclusive Polish partner of the global Index of Economic Freedom published by the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal. It also conducts a range of other programs and projects, such as The Warsaw Network (a network of think tanks from the former Soviet bloc), Plusy ujemne (Negative plusses = monitoring of election promises), Agenda Polska (a series of publications on Poland’s development strategy, systemic solutions, law improvement), Świetlica Wolności (the Freedom Lounge – a formation place for meetings and lectures for common-sense youth).

Since May 2014, the Warsaw Enterprise Institute publishes a daily online news service covering its main areas of interest.

Postulates of the Warsaw Enterprise Institute:

• Strong, limited country

• Higher wages, lower taxes

• 50 million Poles by 2050

• Education for leaders

• Pro-citizen courts

• Transparency of the law

• Market without bureaucratic barriers

• The army as guarantor of peace