According to the report of Boston Consulting Group from 28th May 2015, Poland boasts the highest growth-to-well-being coefficient. The report includes 149 countries. To define well-being the analysts used such factors as income, economic stability, employment, education, health, infrastructure, the environment dimension and social inclusion, which comprises the income equality, civil society, and governance dimensions. Poland’s strong showing is due to robust gains in a number of dimensions, including employment, civil society, governance, and environment.
Source: money.pl 2015-05-28,
based on the article by: Jan Bolanowski i Łukasz Pałka