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In the current issue of the Financial Sciences magazine, articles introducing various areas are presented. However, it is the banking subject matter that dominates. I. Alyeksyeyev and A. Mazur present the comparative analysis of the protection deposit system in relation to the Ukrainian regulations. I. Alyeksyeyev and O. Pozniakova deal with the comparison of the ownership transformation in banking system in Poland and Ukraine. The importance of banks in green and digital transformation is presented in the scientific description written by B. Ryszawska. The analysis of imperfections of economic information transmitted by banks is shown in the article by E. Wiszniowski. I. Alyeksyeyev, S. Paranchuk and O. Chervinska present the problems of companies’ taxation and tax planning. The paper written by I. Kondrat and O. Kots is more interdisciplinary. The research refers to the relations between financial deepening of the banking system and economic growth. We hope that the current issue will become an interesting piece of reading.
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The subject of the research presented in this paper is the efficiency of key commercial banks in Poland. The research sample includes 12 banks listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, which hold over 80% of the assets of the entire commercial banks sector in Poland. The research period is 2013-2018. The aim of the research was to examine whether the largest commercial banks are more efficient than the others and to determine the main reasons for the inefficiency of commercial banks. Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) was used as the research method. The obtained results indicate that the average efficiency is 0.903. It turns out that the largest banks are on average quite efficient and do not have much room for improvement. In the case of large banks, the average technical efficiency PE is 0.96, while in the case of pure technical efficiency PTE it is as high as 0.99. This indicates that the largest Polish banks manage their resources very efficiently
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One of the fastest growing areas in the economic sciences is broadly defined area of finance, with particular emphasis on the financial markets, financial institutions and risk management. Real world challenges stimulate the development of new theories and methods. A large part of the theoretical research concerns the analysis of the risk of not only economic entities, but also households. The first Wrocław Conference in Finance WROFIN was held in Wrocław be¬tween 22nd and 24th of September 2015. The participants of the conference were the leading representatives of academia, practitioners at corporate finance, financial and insurance markets. The conference is a continuation of the two long-standing conferences: INVEST (Financial Investments and Insurance) and ZAFIN (Financial Management – Theory and Practice). The Conference constitutes a vibrant forum for presenting scientific ideas and results of new research in the areas of investment theory, financial markets, banking, corporate finance, insurance and risk management. Much emphasis is put on practi¬cal issues within the fields of finance and insurance. The conference was organized by Finance Management Institute of the Wrocław University of Economics. Scien¬tific Committee of the conference consisted of prof. Diarmuid Bradley, prof. dr hab. Jan Czekaj, prof. dr hab. Andrzej Gospodarowicz, prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Jajuga, prof. dr hab. Adam Kopiński, prof. dr. Hermann Locarek-Junge, prof. dr hab. Mo¬nika Marcinkowska, prof. dr hab. Paweł Miłobędzki, prof. dr hab. Jan Monkiewicz, prof. dr Lucjan T. Orłowski, prof. dr hab. Stanisław Owsiak, prof. dr hab. Wanda Ronka-Chmielowiec, prof. dr hab. Jerzy Różański, prof. dr hab. Andrzej Sławiński, dr hab. Tomasz Słoński, prof. Karsten Staehr, prof. dr hab. Jerzy Węcławski, prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Zaleska and prof. dr hab. Dariusz Zarzecki. The Committee on Financial Sciences of Polish Academy of Sciences held the patronage of content and the Rector of the University of Economics in Wroclaw, Prof. Andrzej Gospodaro¬wicz, held the honorary patronage.
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The Department of Finance and Accounting at Wrocław University of Economics and the Department of Finance at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń decided to organize cyclical scientific conferences entitled “Finance and accounting for sustainable development.” The first conference, which initiated the entire cycle, was held in Karpacz in 2013, the second in Toruń in 2014, whereas the third one – so far the latest – took place again in Karpacz this year. The primary goals, followed during the current year edition of the conference, were focused on determining the impact of phenomena and financial relations on the integration of social, economic and environmental order, as well as the financial system influence on the degradation of ecosystems, destabilization, social and economic crises. The total of 80 scientific articles, in Polish and English, were sent for the conference, which gathered almost 150 participants – representing 26 universities established in 15 locations in Poland and Ukraine. These studies were subject to the qualification procedure and after receiving positive reviews they were included in one of the three research volumes entitled “Research Papers of Wrocław University of Economics”: 1. Finance and accounting for sustainable development – responsibility, ethics, financial stability – Volume I – Finance, edited by Professor Grażyna Borys and Robert Kurek PhD, 2. Finance and accounting for sustainable development – responsibility, ethics, financial stability – Volume II – Accounting, edited by Professor Jacek Adamek, Associate Professor at Wrocław University of Economics and Joanna Zuchewicz PhD, 3. Finance and accounting for sustainable development – responsibility, ethics, financial stability – Volume III, edited by Professor Teresa Orzeszko, Associate Professor at Wrocław University of Economics and Jarosław Dziuba PhD. The present volume – the last of the three above-mentioned publications – offers 14 articles in English, covering various aspects of finance and accounting functioning in the context of sustainable development. Due to the extensive and diverse thematic range of the presented studies, instead of their grouping they are published in the alphabetical order by their authors’ names. We would like to express our appreciation to the authors for putting in their efforts and preparing interesting texts. We are also very grateful to the reviewers for their hard work in providing valuable comments and useful suggestions, which certainly contributed to the improvement of the reviewed papers quality. We do be-lieve that the undertaken cooperation will not remain an incidental one, but shall result in lasting scientific contacts, meetings and interesting discussions in years to come, during the next editions of our conference, so please feel invited and welcome already today. We remain hopeful that this issue of the research volume will meet its readers’ expectations, match their interests and will be kindly received by them. We would like to wish an interesting and inspiring time while reading it. Jarosław Dziuba, Teresa Orzeszko
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