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Globalization, growing competition and market complexity, as well as technology and enterprises innovation related changes that currently take place in the world create new challenges for Asia and Pacific countries, that have to set ambitious goals and take effective action in their development. The globalization processes affect the development of new forms of competition between countries, but they also become an important stimulator for the creation of various links and cooperation between the groups such as ASEAN and the EU as well as between the selected countries. These countries undertake initiatives to develop favorable economic connections and to ensure national security. There are clear structural changes happening, that show that the positions of former leaders are becoming less obvious. In this context, the question about China’s role in shaping the new economic order, determinants of this process and the problems it may cause is raised. Moreover, the great potential of emerging Asian markets requires the investigation of these markets and analysis of the development policies of selected countries and their role in shaping the competitive position and in the equalization of civilizational distances. These issues were addressed by the authors in the papers prepared for the 10th International Conference – Development challenges of Asia-Pacific countries, organized by the Department of International Economic Relations of Wrocław University of Economics in cooperation with the Center of Asia-Pacific Studies operating by the University. The articles in the first part of the volume refer to the economic expansion of the Asia-Pacific countries in the pursuit of the development objectives of selected countries with a special focus put on China, ASEAN countries, Japan and other, selected Asian countries. Among forms of expansion the authors have emphasized the importance of creation and development of China’s Special Economic Zones, the role of mergers and acquisitions conducted by Chinese companies on the European market, cluster-based development policies, and the use of foreign direct investment in the internationalization of Japanese enterprises. Moreover the role of emerging Asian economies in the global business services market has been shown. The focus was also placed on the goals, dilemmas and contexts of North Korea and Kazakhstan development. Last but not least the authors signaled the problem of changing the economic roles of Japan and China in East Asia region after the Asian crisis. The second part of the volume contains the articles devoted to the processes of cooperation between the countries of Asia, Europe and the world. At the outset, the “One Belt – One Road” initiative was introduced, emphasizing its role in supporting the EU’s European Neighborhood Policy. In the following articles, the authors analyzed various directions and aspects of cooperation between the selected ASEAN and the European Union countries, particularly focusing on the economic relations between countries such as Vietnam and Laos, in shaping of which the FDIs carried out in Laos by Vietnamese enterprises play an important role. The links between the Indonesian and Singapore capital markets, including the sudden stop phenomenon of regional and global financial crises period, were also analyzed. The third part of the volume presents selected trends and development strategies in selected regions of Asia. An assessment of the effects of the Chinese government’s intervention policy at the Shanghai Stock Exchange during the stock market crisis and the profitability of the carry trade strategy based on the Japanese currency were evaluated. Moreover, the subject of development policy issues of some countries, including South Korea, were raised, highlighting its role in the global economy. The trend of changes in consumption of agricultural and food products in China in comparison with other countries has been presented, with an attempt to assess China’s food self-sufficiency over the period considered. Finally the Asian perspective (...)
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Development potential depends primarily on the area’s demographic situation, its capacity to attract new residents and the local community’s reproductive capacity. From the perspective of social and economic development, the demographic potential of local communities is an important element of the region’s development opportunities. This paper makes an attempt to evaluate the demographic situation of the communes of the West- -Pomeranian province and their potential for development. To achieve that goal, a synthetic variable was used and Webb’s method was employed to create a typology of communes of similar demographic potential. The research conducted confirmed the variance in development potential between communes. Municipalities with a better demographic potential use ‘positional pension’ at the larger urban centers. The result is a ‘suction’ of the population, which affects the growth of budget revenues from real estate tax and the share of income tax from individuals.
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The concept of sustainable development has been supported by the European community for many years. This results in the obligation to achieve the objectives and meet the guidelines established by it for the Member States in the above scope, among others, in relation to the implementation of investment projects co-financed from EU funds. One of the most important steps in the above undertakings is the Environmental Impact Assessment which, if unreliable, may be grounds for refusing to grant funds for the investment. The purpose of this article is to indicate the key aspects of conducting an Environmental Impact Assessment (RIA) when implementing investment projects co-financed with European funds and to diagnose the factors determining the coherence of a given project with the concept of sustainable development. The considerations carried out as part of the project allowed for the identification of the determinants conditioning the coherence of a given project with the concept of sustainable development.
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The thirty-fifth issue of Econometrics magazine contains five articles. The first of them by Zofia Rusnak is dedicated to identifying the determinants of poverty, to estimation and comparison of poverty spheres in regional approach by means of selected poverty indicators. Iwona Skrodzka in her article presents the results of research on the relationship between human capital and economic development level in Polish regions. The next article is related to the problem of modeling the marketing research efficiency based on a theoretical description of the GMREM model. This paper was written by Peter Tarka. Aneta Włodarczyk, and Agata Mesjasz-Lech have reviewed the chosen statistical tests which verify the Efficient Market Hypothesis in a weak form. The authors used the tests to verify informational efficiency market issues at the Polish Power Exchange. Grzegorz Michalski, and Alexander Mercik presented in their article how decisions about liquid assets management strategy influence the risk of the organizations and its economical results during realization of main mission. '
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In the current issue of the journal Econometrics. Ekonometria. Advances in Applied Data Analysis comprises three articles. Karolina Siemaszkiewicz presents a comparison between the global financial crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic with the use of safe haven instruments. The author tried to compare the performance of safe haven assets during the global financial crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic in such countries as Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain, Italy, and Poland. Grażyna Trzpiot and Magdalena Kawecka discuss the labour market status of young people in selected countries of the European Union. The authors used the taxonomic approach: hierarchical methods to agglomerate objects through a dendrogram and the non- -hierarchical k-means method. Non-monetary indicators of social exclusion is the subject of the article by Łukasz Kozar. The aim of the paper was to identify the key non-monetary indicators of this phenomenon and to develop a synthetic measure to rank and compare the EU-10 countries.
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ARTYKUŁY: Piotr Idczak, Karol Mrozik, Ida Musiałkowska, Spatial Distribution of JESSICA Funding Across Polish Municipalities. Perspective of Territorial Dimensionof EU Cohesion Policy, s.7-20, doi: 10.7366/1509499538501 Agata Antczak-Stępniak, Zombie Developments in the Polish Residential Market – Their Causes and Consequences, s.21-29, doi: 10.7366/1509499538502 Bartosz Czepil, Zjawisko korupcji w polskim samorządzie po 1989 roku – przegląd literatury, s.30-67, doi: 10.7366/1509499538503 Mateusz Smolarski, Reaktywacje pasażerskich linii kolejowych w Polsce w latach 2000–2020, s.68-86, doi: 10.7366/1509499538504 Krystian Koliński, Wykluczenie transportowe uczniów szkół ponadpodstawowych powiatu wągrowieckiego, s.87-101, doi: 10.7366/1509499538505 Anna Lis, Adrian Lis, Relationships Between Geographical and Virtual Proximity in Cluster Organisations, s.102-122 doi: 10.7366/1509499538506 RECENZJE: Wojciech Tomasz Modzelewski, Stanisław Faliński, Współpraca międzynarodowa polskich miast i gmin, s.123-126 doi: 10.7366/1509499538507
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W tej zwięzłej książce doświadczeni nauczyciele z Polski i ze Stanów Zjednoczonych opisali, jak można wychowywać i kształcić uczniów na mądrych i kompetentnych obywateli. Wykonywanie tego zadania jest wielką sztuką. Wymaga ono od nauczyciela umiejętności własnego rozwoju. Tymczasem praca nauczycieli jest wciąż rozumiana i doceniana tylko w niewielkim stopniu. Potrzebna jest odpowiedź na pytanie, jak nauczyciele mogą zmienić ten stan rzeczy... ****** Growth of a teacher In this concise book, experienced teachers from Poland and the United States described how one can bring up and educate students so that they become wise and competent citizens. Performing this task is a great art. It demands that a teacher masters the skill of personal growth. But the teachers’ work is still understood and appreciated only to a limited extent. There is a need for an answer to the question how teachers can change this state of affairs...
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Innovation and sustainable development have become buzzwords in the 21st century with the idea of creative destruction launched by Joseph Alois Schumpeter being the base for evolutionary economics. However, new institutional economics helps to understand the necessity of support provided to entrepreneurs and innovators by science and administration to reduce the risk of launching the said innovations. This e-book is devoted to selected types of innovation. Every type of innovation is described with the use of theoretical background and is enriched by adequate case study. Traditional division into four types of innovation, proposed by J.A. Schumpeter (1934), containing product, process, organizational and marketing innovations, was widely accepted, including European Union institutions (OECD/Eurostat, 2008). The concept of innovation has long been dominated by a technical approach to the innovation process, despite the economic arguments exposed by one of the precursors of the theory of innovation and, at the same time, the school of evolutionary economics—Joseph Alois Schumpeter. Frequently, in the context of innovation, it is indicated that organizational and marketing aspects play a part in the successful introduction of innovation onto the market. The structure of the book is based on the typology proposed by Keeley, Walters, Pikkel and Quinn (2013), which focuses on the economic character of innovations. Ten types of innovation are directly related to Schumpeter’s and Oslo Manual classification. A new set of innovations emphasize the economic side of innovation process. The technical novelties are to support new configuration, offering or customers’ experience. This new approach is based on presumptions coming from design thinking idea, leading to user—driven innovation and on cooperation with institutions and entities supporting innovation process. The chapters are devoted to every type of innovation, grouped into three major parts: innovations based on configuration, offering and experience. In the book, configuration includes types of innovations focused on innermost workings of an enterprise and its business system. Offering part contains the types of innovations, that are focused on an enterprise’s core product (good or service), or a collection of its products. The last part, dedicated to innovations based on experience, is focused on more customer-facing elements of an enterprise and its business system.
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The aim of this e-book is to present the most important aspects related to sustainability, corporate social responsibility and innovation from an accounting perspective. The book contains parts that deal with accounting aspects of sustainability and innovations. The book consists of ten chapters devoted to relevant and topical issues of sustainability and innovations. Chapter 1 Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility in Accounting is an introduction to further considerations and deals with the essence of sustainable development, corporate social responsibility and their recognition in accounting. Chapter 2 Social Responsibility Reporting Standards presents the most important reporting guidance such as GRI, OECD, United Nations Global Compact, International Organization for Standardization. Chapter 3 Narrative reporting focuses on descriptions and explanations in accounting reports. The chapter presents the links between accounting and language, the development of accounting narratives and the factors determining the use of narratives. Chapter 4 Integrated reporting discusses the motivations, objectives and the process of preparing an integrated report. Integrated reporting can prove to be an effective tool for businesses looking to shift their reporting focus from annual financial performance to long-term shareholder value creation. Chapter 5 Non-financial reporting in selected European countries presents the experience of Croatia, the Czech Republic and Poland in the field of preparing non-financial reports. A significant contribution to promoting the importance of sustainability reporting was made by the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (2014/95/EU). Chapter 6, Socially Responsible Investments discusses the essence of socially responsible investing and socially responsible investment. Socially responsible investing (SRI) is a decision making process concerning the allocation of free financial resources, where the investor aims at maximization of profit and minimization of risk on one part and includes the socio-ethical and environmental-ecological considerations on the other. Chapter 7 External costs – accounting perspective describes costs connected with using goods such as air, soil, water, silence or the aesthetics of the surroundings. One of the biggest problems for accounting in the future will be measuring the volume of using these goods or measuring the size of reduction in the quality of public goods suffered and assigning the decrease to particular companies. Chapter 8 Derivatives in accounting is devoted to financial instruments and presents two different approaches to accounting of derivatives: general model and hedge accounting. Derivatives are used to protect the enterprise against financial risk related to changes in prices on the markets, changes in the exchange rate or changes in interest rates, as well as for commercial purposes. Chapter 9 Costs of Research and Development shows the company's activity in the field of research and development and the related costs. R&D constitute an increasingly important element of the functioning of enterprises. Chapter 10 Cryptoassets – Nature, Valuation and Disclosures in Accounting focuses on cryptocurrencies (e.g. Bitcoin, Ethereum etc.) and digital tokens which are specific rights or values representatives. As a result of the transformation on the financial market, we are currently dealing with cryptoassets, which are a creation of blockchain technologies and the changing habits of the digital society. One of areas that there are a lot of doubts regarding these new technological solutions is accounting.
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Changes in different aspects of our life that we witness do not omit the corporate social responsibility (CSR) area. Thus, it is impossible to omit a new approach to defining the above-mentioned concept, initiated by the European Commission. The new definition of corporate social responsibility does not underline the voluntary way of taking part in social initiatives (“companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interaction with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis” – COM (2006) 136), but directly indicates “the responsibility of enterprises for their impacts on society” (COM (2011) 681). The change in defining the CSR concept can be related to Visser’s view of CSR. He defined CSR stages by applying IT nomenclature and using the 1.0 and 2.0 abbreviations (as CSR 1.0 and CSR 2.0) to determine the newer version of CSR and emphasizing a certain continuity with the previous one. He mentioned and described also the possible changes in the CSR area and defined five stages that are determined by the economic age of an enterprise. Obviously, although the stages that Visser proposed have their logical continuity (age of greed, philanthropy, marketing, management and finally responsibility), it will not be easy in economic everyday practice to unequivocally identify the current level of development of CSR on a global scale. There are visible large development disparities even on the Polish territory, not to mention a larger scale. Therefore, it is worth asking about the future directions of CSR development. The reference point (at least on the European scale) can be the renewed EU strategy 2011–14 for Corporate Social Responsibility. It mentions, among others, the need to enhance the visibility of CSR and disseminate good practices, improve and track levels of trust in business, improve company disclosure of social and environmental information, integrate CSR into education, training and research, emphasize the importance of national and sub-national CSR policies. In response to such a task (especially in relation to the need for integrating CSR into education and research), I present with pleasure the Research Papers of Wrocław University of Economics, which is a set of Polish perspective on selected current and future problems in the area of CSR. At this point I wish to address my thanks to the reviewers of the Research Papers, whose efforts in the form of comments and suggestions expressed in the reviews contribute also a special part to the CSR discussion held on the pages of the current volume.
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W monografii poruszono problematykę nasilających się nowych zjawisk i procesów, zmian zarówno w odniesieniu do uwarunkowań społeczno-gospodarczych, jak i środowiskowych, warunkujących mechanizmy rynku mieszkaniowego. Praca nie dotyczy wyłącznie specyfiki polskiego rynku mieszkaniowego, ale jest przeglądem o charakterze komparatywnym w kontekście międzynarodowym. Monografia rozpoczyna się szeroką analizą współczesnych i innowacyjnych przemian przestrzeni miejskiej w Holandii, wskazuje praktyczne rozwiązania dotyczące podaży mieszkań dostępnych według koncepcji Inclusionary Housing, analizuje potencjał spółdzielni mieszkaniowych jako uczestników rynków mieszkaniowych we współczesnych uwarunkowaniach. Ponadto w publikacji przedstawiono problem opuszczonych i negatywnie oddziałujących na otoczenie, a nawet stanowiących potencjalne zagrożenie zombi developments oraz niebezpieczeństwa wynikające z cykliczności rynku kredytowego.
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This e-book aims to present the most critical aspects of knowledge about using experiments in economics and practical tools for using them. The topic is extended to the more advanced and increasing in popularity area of biometric research. The book is divided into three parts mirroring experimentation. The first part provides theoretical background and tips about organising own research. The chapter is concluded with a guide focused on writing a research report in APA style. This part includes an example of the actual research report. The next part has two chapters, and both are guided tours allowing to plan and conduct eye-tracking research and electrodermal activity research (EDA). The chapters contain details about preparing experiments, conducting them, using the dedicated software to analyse collected data and interpreting the default charts. The last part is devoted to the data analysis and is universal, goes beyond the biometric experiments. There are three chapters in this part covering the standard procedures used in the analysis of experiments. The first part includes tests for one hypothesis: parametric t-test and One-Way ANOVA and non-parametric siblings: Mann Whitney U test and Kruskal-Wallis test. The next part describes tests allowing testing more hypotheses: ANOVA without repetition and ANOVA with repetitions. Furthermore, the last chapter deals with dependent samples, which are a popular approach in experiments. This part describes the dependent sample t-test and Wilcoxon test. The effect sizes calculations are included; each test is shown with screenshots from SPSS and some additional screenshots from Excel. This approach allows following the procedure step by step. The examples help easily understand procedures and interpretations; they were chosen from areas of sustainability and innovations to match the general idea of the e-books series prepared within the CENETSIE program. The book contains texts that can be useful in the teaching process. It can be helpful in graduate programs in economics and business schools. Programs of doctoral schools cab benefit from this book as well.
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The Department of Regional Economy at the Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism of Wrocław University of Economics organized yet another scientific conference entitled: “Local and regional economy in theory and practice”. It was already the 23rd conference held on 23-25th September 2015 in “Chata za wsią” hotel in Mysłakowice near Jelenia Góra. The conference was attended by the representatives of national and international scientific circles, regional and local government structures, and also other entities repre¬senting business practice and interested in the problems of local and regional economy, as well as PhD students. Over 80 participants of the conference arrived from over 30 national and foreign scientific centres and institutions to present papers and posters. The subject matter of the conference covered the following areas: local and regional development, local and regional governance, application of quantitative methods in regional studies, partnership in local and regional development, directions of research in local and regional development, cooperation between academic centres and local government units. The conference contributed to establishing more extensive and stronger relation-ships, created within the framework of the constructed platform for the exchange of scientific and practical experiences (the conference has been held cyclically since 1992) at the local, regional, national and international forum. The discussions were focused on the dissemination of research results, the exchange of experiences and the establishment of a discussion forum covering both theoretical and practical aspects of local and regio¬nal development. They also resulted in more extensive cooperation between academic centres, local government units as well as research and development centres, including the cross-border ones. The conference is cyclically attended by the representatives of science from Poland and abroad. So far we have hosted e.g. the research workers representing academic cen¬tres from Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Italy, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Slo¬vakia and also the representatives of business practice, e.g. city presidents and mayors, village heads, county governors, presidents of regional development agencies or of local enterprises, etc. As a result of the organized conference, the hereby publication presents the collec-tion of thematically selected articles in English covering the broadly understood prob-lems of local and regional economy. Its authors represent the following scientific centres: Warsaw School of Economics, University of Łódź, Gdańsk University of Technology, Koszalin University of Technology, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn and Wrocław University of Economics. We are most grateful to the conference participants for the joint meeting and we do hope for further cooperation. Elżbieta Sobczak, Andrzej Raszkowski, Andrzej Sztando
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This paper attempts to describe selected elements regarding the situation on the agricultural property market and the assumptions of the policy in this respect in Poland. Particular attention was paid to legislative changes related to agricultural property trading. Statistical data from the Property Market Analysis and Monitoring System (AMRON), the Central Statistical Office, the Agency for Restructuring and Modernization of Agriculture (ARiMR) and the National Center for Agricultural Support, were used. The purpose of the study was to attempt to assess changes in land prices in Poland after systemic transformation. Attention was also paid to the issue of changes in the conditions for purchasing a property after the entry of the amended provisions of the Act on shaping the agricultural system came into force. An attempt was made to answer the question whether the introduced restrictions caused the prices of agricultural properties in Poland to change in spatial terms.
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The purpose of the article is to identify the problem of the mismatch between the maturity structure of assets and liabilities of the Polish banking sector and Polish listed banks. The article analyzes the maturity balance sheet structure of the Polish banking sector in 2010 and 2019 and Polish listed banks in 2019. The results of this analysis indicate a significant mismatch in the maturity structure of assets and liabilities of Polish banks and the need for a significant reconstruction of the structure of liabilities in the direction of their extension. Furthermore, the results of the analysis identify the most and the least secure Polish listed banks in terms of mismatches in the maturity balance sheet structure, as well as banks with opposite trends in the maturity structure compared to the Polish banking sector.
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This publication was written for a Global Political Economy course taught in business schools offering undergraduate or graduate levels of education. The textbook focuses on select countries and regions which, in our opinion, will be the most important consumer and export markets in the next two decades.
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Social and economic development is characterised by its spatial diversity. Its conditions on local level usually occur on a larger scale on regional level. Thus, the analysis of development on local level is not only substantively justified but also constitutes an elaboration of particular elements of the regional development. The main goal of this article is to analyse the indicators of local development using the example of the Podlaskie voivodeship considering the division into rural, urban-rural and urban communes. The method consists in a synthetic indicator based on sub-indicators which cover aspects of social and economic development. The main conclusion is that local development will depend less and less on ‘hard’ infrastructure investment and more and more on qualitative aspects, especially as far as urban-rural communes in Podlaskie are concerned.
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Contents [Spis treści] Dominika Milczarek-Andrzejewska, Adam Czarnecki: Editors’ Note. Building Modern Rural Development Policies for Poland , s. 7­­­­­-10. Articles [Artykuły] Tamara Krawchenko: A Framework for Modern Rural Policy in Poland – Dialogue with the Research Community [Ramy nowoczesnej polityki wiejskiej w Polsce – dialog ze społecznością naukową], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/01, s. 11-24; Aleksandra Pawłowska, Włodzimierz Rembisz: The Relationship of Investments and Subsidies to Labour Productivity in Agriculture in Poland between 2010 and 2015 [Związek między inwestycjami i dopłatami do inwestycji a produktywnością pracy w rolnictwie w Polsce w latach 2010–2015], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/02, s. 25-42; Piotr Sulewski, Adam Wąs: Awareness of Sustainable Agriculture among Polish Farmers – Beneficiaries of the CAP [Świadomość trwałego rolnictwa wśród polskich rolników – beneficjentów Wspólnej Polityki Rolnej], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/03, s. 43-66; Agata Malak-Rawlikowska: Are Farmers Trapped in Hold-Up Relationships with their Contractors in the Supply Chain? The Case of Dairy Farmers and Feed Suppliers [Czy rolnicy są uwięzieni w relacjach typu hold-up? Przypadek producentów mleka i dostawców pasz], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/04, s. 67-90; Tomasz Wojewodzic, Wojciech Sroka: Commercial Farms in Polish Metropolitan Areas: Changes in Production Factors [Towarowe gospodarstwa rolne na obszarach metropolitalnych w Polsce: zmiany zasobów czynników produkcji], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/05, s. 91-110; Ilona Matysiak: Young University Graduates’ Motivations for Living in the Countryside in the Context of Rural Policies in Poland [Motywacje do życia na wsi młodych absolwentów wyższych uczelni w kontekście polityk rozwoju obszarów wiejskich w Polsce], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/06, s. 111-130; Michał Pietrzak: Some General Considerations on Coordination Mechanisms and their Potential Role in Rural Policy [Kilka ogólnych uwag na temat mechanizmów koordynacji i ich potencjalnej roli w polityce obszarów wiejskich] doi: 10.7366/wir042018/07, s. 131-148; Katarzyna Zajda, Sławomir Pasikowski: Inter-Sectoral Cooperation for the Implementation of Social Policy in Rural Areas. Proposal of Research Tool [Skala międzysektorowej współpracy na rzecz realizacji polityki społecznej na wsi. Propozycja narzędzia badawczego], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/08, s. 149-162; Oskar Wolski: Smart Villages in EU Policy: How to Match Innovativeness and Pragmatism? [Inteligentne wioski w polityce Unii Europejskiej. Jak połączyć innowacyjność z pragmatyzmem?], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/09, s. 163-180; Paweł Chmieliński, Marcin Gospodarowicz: A Regional Approach to Rural Development? Regional and Rural Programmes in Poland 2007–2015 [Regionalne podejście do rozwoju obszarów wiejskich? Studium regionalnych i wiejskich programów rozwoju w latach 2007–2015 w Polsce], doi: 10.7366/wir042018/10, s. 181-197. Table of Contents of the 2018 Issues of the Village and Agriculture Quarterly[Spis treści kwartalnika „Wieś i Rolnictwo” w 2018 roku], s. 199-206. Village and Agriculture Reviewers List in 2018 [Lista recenzentów kwartalnika „Wieś i Rolnictwo” w 2018 roku], s. 207-209. Uwagi: red. naczelny – Mirosław Drygas periodyk wydawany wraz z Instytutem Rozwoju Wsi i Rolnictwa PAN
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W numerze [Contents] ARTYKUŁY [Articles] Mikołaj Herbst: Regionalne stopy zwrotu z inwestycji… w edukację w kontekście migracji międzyregionalnych [Regional returns to education in the context of interregional migration], doi: 10.7366/1509499515901, s. 5–22; Beata Namyślak: Diagnoza przemysłów kultury we Wrocławiu [The evaluation of creative industries in Wrocław], doi: 10.7366/1509499515902, s. 23–53; Robert Pater, Rusłan Harasym, Tomasz Skica: Index of regional economic development. Some considerations and the case of Poland [Wskaźnik rozwoju gospodarczego województw], doi: 10.7366/1509499515903, s. 54–85; Wojciech Dziemianowicz, Klaudia Peszat, Kamil Przyborowski: Natura 2000 w kontekście konkurencyjności i możliwości rozwojowych gmin w Polsce [Natura 2000 in the context of competitiveness and local development opportunities in Poland], doi: 10.7366/1509499515904, s. 86–103; Wojciech Jarczewski, Magdalena Dej: Rewitalizacja 2.0. Działania rewitalizacyjne w Regionalnych Programach Operacyjnych 2007–2013 – ocena w kontekście nowego okresu programowania [Revitalization 2.0. Revitalization projects in the Regional Operational Programmes 2007–2013 – assessment in the context of the new programming period], doi: 10.7366/1509499515905, s. 104–122; Michał Rzeszewski: Cyberpejzaż miasta w trakcie megawydarzenia: Poznań, Euro 2012 i Twitter [Digital image of the city during and after a mega event: Poznan, Euro 2012 and Twitter users], doi: 10.7366/1509499515906, s. 123–137; Arkadiusz Ptak: Lokalna społeczność w procesie tworzenia funduszu sołeckiego [Local communities in the process of creating a village council fund], doi: 10.7366/1509499515907, s. 138–153. RECENZJE [Book reviews] Adam Gendźwiłł: Bas Denters, Michael Goldsmith, Andreas Ladner, Poul Erik Mouritzen, Lawrence E. Rose, Size and Local Democracy, doi: 10.7366/1509499515908, s. 154–157. '
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This monograph touches upon the relatively under-researched subject of the process and degree of industry internationalisation. Situated between the micro- and macroeconomic perspectives, the book deals with economic subsystems which are rarely discussed in the international business literature but which constitute a vital pillar of national economics. As Prof. Krzysztof Wach from the Cracow University of Economics emphasises, the book fills a gap in the Polish publishing market not only regarding the idea itself, but also by applying innovative and up-to-date research methods. Additionally, the monograph not only concerns contemporary issues developed within new institutional economics and internationalisation theory, but has a pragmatic, applicative character aimed at expanding the Polish economy. As Prof. Bogusława Drelich-Skulska from the Wrocław University of Economics stresses, the issues discussed have a significant meaning for both developed and developing economies.
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