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The concept of this monograph is focused on an analysis of the prospects for improving the competitive position of Asian countries in the global economy. The authors argue that a comprehensive analysis of Asia’s economic development requires studying its business and financial aspects in parallel. The authors of the monography concentrate on the chosen business aspects of Asia’s expansion, such as: trade and value chain development, Asian transnational corporations, international mergers and acquisitions, growth potential of energy industry, GDP growth model. The unique nature of the studies conducted for this book stems from their wide thematic and geographical scope. Consequently, both business and financial features of economic growth are analysed. This approach is further used to study the financial aspects of China’s development in a related book prepared by the authors from the same Department: China’s economic growth: selected financial aspects. According to the opinion expressed by the reviewer the following monograph constitutes a valuable contribution to the discussion concerning the new role of Asian economies in the world. It is recommended to scientists, students and journalist who study the problems of Asia’s economic development and its role in the global economy. The results can be also useful to companies interested in developing their business activities in the countries of the region.
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The presented volume is another publication prepared in the series titled “Economics of the 21st Century”. This time, the authors of the articles included in this study, consider economic problems that can be observed globally, regionally, as well as on the national scale. The publication opens with two interesting articles that reflect on issues related to international flows of goods and services on the global scale. Małgorzata Domiter analyses the importance of global trade rules, in particular related to the MFN for developing economies, and Magdalena Myszkowska in turn deliberates the significance of trade in services in the modern global economy. The focus of the authors of the third and fourth article is made on economic phenomena observed at the level of selected regional groupings. Paweł Kowalik shows the main trends in trade and their economic effects on the example of NAFTA, and Piotr Ptak presents the impact of the debt crisis on the economies of the Visegrad Group and the challenges facing them as a result. The next five articles of the publication discuss chosen economic problems seen through the prism of national economies, namely Japan and Poland. Sebastian Bobowski reflects on the contemporary vision of the Japan’s role in Asian regionalism. Ryta Dziemianowicz, Adam Wyszkowski and Renata Budlewska analyse jointly expenditures through Polish tax system. The use of the cluster concept for medical tourism development opportunities in Poland is presented in turn by Sebastian Bobowski and Marcin Haberla. An interesting study on the labour market of renewable sources of energy in Poland is prepared by Alicja Graczyk. The last article, written by Anna Marciszewska, is devoted to structural funds directed to the development of non-profit organisations. The issue is closed by an informational note prepared by Anna H. Jankowiak on the series of international scientific conferences devoted to the economic, social and political problems in the Asia-Pacific Region, which are organised by the Asia–Pacific Research Centre. These meetings of scientists, diplomats and enthusiasts from Poland and all over the world interested in Asian problems, have been taken place annually at Wrocław University of Economics since 2008.
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It is our great pleasure to deliver another volume of Research Papers on Asia-Pacific economic issues. Each year we present you multiple points of view on that topic, trying to show how much the processes in Asia & Pacific affect the world economy. After nine years of hosting international scientific conference dealing with that region’s affairs, we are still confident that these issues are important not only for the countries of the region, but also for economies worldwide. This year we have chosen for you 15 articles. All of them where submitted for this year’s conference entitled “Asian Economies in the Context of Globalization”. Seeing that some authors describe the issues of countrywide importance and others of those having regional or global meaning, we have decided to group them according to the criterion of impact range. The first chapter – Asian Economies in the Global Context – is a collection of papers on general regionalization or globalization issues. T. Sporek is trying to refresh the view of the globalization processes occurring at the crossroads of economy and politics. M. Bartosik-Purgat is analyzing sources of information about products and services in the light of cross-cultural research. E. Majchrowska is using Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership case to show the importance of mega-regional blocks in global trade. In addition, we decided to add to this part the articles the subject of which is not so general, but it applies to trade relationships of a global nature. This will be the EU-India trade and investment agreement (G. Mazur), Poland-ASEAN agri-food products trade (K. Kita) or anti-dumping procedures against China under WTO rules (J. Skrzypczyńska). Articles in the second chapter are – as the title implies – embedded in a regional context. P. Pasierbiak deals with trade regionalization in East Asia. S. Bobowski offers an insight into ASEAN-Japan Economic Partnership. A. Kuropka and A.H. Jankowiak analyse the impact of natural disasters on production networks in the region. As the last in this section we have placed the article about Singaporean Competitiveness Model applied in European economies (M. Żmuda). It may be not strictly connected with Asia & Pacific, but its concept is to transfer Asian experience to Europe at the regional level. The last chapter – Asian Economies in the Local Context – is mostly about domestic matters of Asian countries. You will find there three articles about China (J. Bogołębska writing about Chinese monetary policy, A. Klimek describing cross-border mergers and acquisitions by Chinese state-controlled enterprises, S. Stępień and A. Sapa showing Chinese pork sector), one about Indonesia (Development of Islamic banking in Indonesia by I. Sobol) and one about North Korea (M. Kightley applying game theory in prediction of political changes in that state). We think it is an interesting set of papers you will find valuable in your studies. We also hope that your scientific interests will continue to be associated with Asia and that is why we invite you to the 10th anniversary conference which will be held at the Wrocław University of Economics in November 2017. We appreciate your time and consideration, as also time and effort of our peer reviewers. We look forward to the further submissions of interesting papers on Asia & Pacific. Thank you! Bogusława Drelich-Skulska, Anna H. Jankowiak, Szymon Mazurek
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Regional economic integration, meaning the removal of barriers in the movement of goods, services and the transfer of production aspects, based on geographic, cultural and economic proximity of countries, constitutes in fact the extrapolation of globalization processes in particular regions of the world. The increase in the prosperity of integrating countries, the enhancement of economic effectiveness and the reinforcement of their competitive position are the purposes of the integration. Economic integration processes are subject to particularly strong intensification in the Asia-Pacific Region. The growing economic importance of China, South Korea, India and ASEAN countries, in relation to the lack of consensus within the framework of Uruguay Round, favours the intensification of economic links in this region of the world. The factors which accelerated these processes also include: the Asian financial crisis of 1997 and the global financial crises started in 2007. As a consequence the economic integration processes in the Asia-Pacific Region acquired unusual dynamics and are characterised by some specific features. And it is the awareness of dynamics of the development of these phenomena in the Asia-Pacific Region that was the factor which triggered the questions about the nature of economic and political links being established, which deepen integration processes among Asian economies and entities operation within these economies. The attempt to answer these questions is the articles which were sent for the 6th international scientific conference called “Network interrelations in the Asia-Pacific Region. Society – economy – politics”, organized in November 2013 by Asia Pacific Research Centre operating at the University of Economics in Wrocław. The patronage over the Conference was taken by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, and the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Poland. The problems raised by the authors of the articles present various perceptions of economic and political relations building in the Asia-Pacific Region, which were presented from the perspective of both the region and the selected countries. Delivering to the Reader another volume devoted to the Asia-Pacific Region, we wish to express the conviction that we have prepared a cognitively valuable publication. It may turn out particularly interesting for those who would like to explore the contemporary social, economic and political interrelations shaping integration processes in the researched region.
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W NUMERZE [CONTENTS] STUDIA [STUDIES] Edward Haliżak: Liberalna teoria polityki zagranicznej i jej analityczne zastosowanie [The Liberal Theory of Foreign Policy and Its Analytical Application], doi: 10.7366/020909612201601, s. 11–38; Adriana Dudek: Użyteczność analitycznego eklektyzmu w badaniu stosunków Polski z Rosją [The Usefulness of Analytical Eclecticism in Studying the Relations between Poland and Russia], doi: 10.7366/020909612201602, s. 39–70; Magdalena Kozub-Karkut: Stosunki międzynarodowe – między pozytywizmem a postpozytywizmem [International Relations – Between Positivism and Post-Positivism], doi: 10.7366/020909612201603, s. 71–90; Knud Erik Jørgensen: The Promises and Pitfalls of Realist Explanations of Power Politics in Europe, doi: 10.7366/020909612201604, s. 91–104; Łukasz Gołota: Teoria handlu międzynarodowego Johna Stuarta Milla [John Stuart Mill’s Theory of International Trade], doi: 10.7366/020909612201605, s. 105–122; Marcin Florian Gawrycki: Analiza polityki zagranicznej państw Ameryki Łacińskiej i Karaibów (I) [An Analysis of the Foreign Policy of Latin American and Caribbean Countries (Part 1)], doi: 10.7366/020909612201606, s. 123–142; Anna M. Solarz, Marcin Szydzisz: Sprawiedliwość i solidarność w polityce zagranicznej Izraela na forum Organizacji Narodów Zjednoczonych [Justice and Solidarity in Israel’s Foreign Policy in the United Nations], doi: 10.7366/020909612201607, s. 143–160; Anita Oberda-Monkiewicz: Sojusz Pacyfiku – nowy model integracji latynoamerykańskiej? [The Pacific Alliance – A New Model of Latin American Integration?], doi: 10.7366/020909612201608, s. 161–178; Wiesław Lizak: The Central African Republic as a Fragile (Failed) State, doi: 10.7366/020909612201609, s. 179–194; Konstantin Khudoley: Russia and the European Union: The Present Rift and Chances for Future Reconciliation, doi: 10.7366/020909612201610, s. 195–214; Aleksandar Jankovski: The Russian Federation, the United States, and International Order as a Social Construct, doi: 10.7366/020909612201611, s. 215–250; Dorota Heidrich, Justyna Nakonieczna-Bartosiewicz: Problemy i wyzwania polskiego systemu udzielania ochrony międzynarodowej [Problems and Challenges of the Polish System of International Protection], doi: 10.7366/020909612201612, s. 251–274; Shantanu Chakrabarti: ‘Local Boys With Guns!’ Is Armed Vigilantism an Indicator of the Global Trend Towards Privatised Security?, doi: 10.7366/020909612201613, s. 275–288; Kate Sullivan de Estrada, Nicholas J. Wheeler: Trustworthy Nuclear Sovereigns? India and Pakistan after the 1998 Tests, doi: 10.7366/020909612201614, s. 289–306; Biwu Zhang: Chinese Perception of the US – Exploring China’s Foreign Policy Motivations, doi: 10.7366/020909612201615, s. 307–322; Benjamin Thompson: Rousseau’s Considerations on the Government of Poland and the General Will Beyond Borders, doi: 10.7366/020909612201616, s. 323–342; Łukasz Wordliczek: La Vía Campesina i zjawisko food sovereignty: między obietnicą a jej spełnieniem w przestrzeni transnarodowej [La Vía Campesina and the Concept of Food Sovereignty: Between a Promise and Its Fulfilment in Transnational Space], doi: 10.7366/020909612201617, s. 343–354; Wojciech Grabowski:The Muslim Brotherhood and the Crisis in the GCC: Roots, Issues and Implications, doi: 10.7366/020909612201618, s. 355–366; Barbara Kratiuk: Polskie zaangażowanie w Afryce. Ambasador Lewandowski w ONZ a sprawa Konga [Polish Involvement in Africa: Ambassador Lewandowski in the UN and the Congo Issue], doi: 10.7366/020909612201619, s. 367–382. SPRAWOZDANIA [REPORTS] Andrzej Szeptycki: Sprawozdanie z międzynarodowej konferencji Perception of the Russian Fede ration in the close neighbourhood, zorganizowanej przez Instytut Stosunków Międzynarodowych Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Polskie Towarzystwo Studiów Międzynarodowych i Fundację Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej – Warszawa, 8 kwietnia 2016 r. [Report from the international conference “Perception of the Russian Federation in the close neighbourhood”, organised by the Institute of International Relations of the (...)
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W NUMERZE [CONTENTS] Edward Haliżak: Wstęp [Introduction] STUDIA [STUDIES] Edward Haliżak: Przedmiot, teoria i metodologia nauki o stosunkach międzynarodowych [The Subject, Theory and Methodology of the Science of International Relations], doi 10.7366/020909611201501, s. 11–34; Dariusz Popławski: Bariery członkostwa Konfederacji Szwajcarskiej w Unii Europejskiej [Barriers to the Membership of the Swiss Confederation in the European Union], doi 10.7366/020909611201502, s. 35–50; Joanna Starzyk-Sulejewska: Stosunki między Unią Europejską i ONZ – perspektywa teoretyczna i praktyczna [Relations of the European Union with the United Nations], doi 10.7366/020909611201503, s. 51–70; Rajendra K. Jain: Indian Perception of the European Union, doi 10.7366/020909611201504, s. 71–82; Manish Thapa: The role of the European Union in conflict resolution in Nepal, doi 10.7366/020909611201505, s. 83–92; Xiang Zuotao: Ji Wengang, EU’s perceptions in China: Teacher, Co-operator, Competitor and Troublemaker, doi 10.7366/020909611201506, s. 93–106; Andrzej Szeptycki: The EU in the mirror of the Ukrainian crisis (2013–2014), doi 10.7366/020909611201507, s. 107–126; Jorge A. Schiavon, Diego Dominguez: Latin American perceptions of Europe and the European Union, doi 10.7366/020909611201508, s. 127–140; Slobodan Samardžić: Evolution of the relations between Serbia and the European Union, doi 10.7366/020909611201509, s. 141–152; Martyn De Bruyn: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Dispute Settlement Mechanism, doi 10.7366/020909611201510, s. 153–162; Anna Wróbel: Ewolucja polityki rolnej Unii Europejskiej i Stanów Zjednoczonych w świetle mierników OECD [EU and US Agricultural Policy in the Light of OECD Indicators], doi 10.7366/020909611201511, s. 163–186; Jakub Zajączkowski: Wybory parlamentarne w Indiach w 2014 r. – znaczenie dla polityki wewnętrznej i zagranicznej [Parliamentary Elections in India in 2014: Implications for the Domestic and Foreign Policy], doi 10.7366/020909611201512, s. 187–212; Stanisław Musiał: Maghreb w międzynarodowych stosunkach gospodarczych [The Maghreb in International Economic Relations], doi 10.7366/020909611201513, s. 213–230. SPRAWOZDANIA [REPORTS] Barbara Kratiuk, Joanna Starzyk-Sulejewska: Sprawozdanie z konferencji 23 października 2014 r. [Report on the international conference of the Institute of International Relations, UW and the Centre for Europe, UW, The World’s Perception of the European Union, Warsaw, 23 October 2014], s. 231–236. RECENZJE [REVIEWS] Edward Haliżak: Justyna Zając, European Union Policy in the Mediterranean: An International Roles Theory Approach, s. 237–240; Teresa Łoś-Nowak: Edward Haliżak, Jacek Czaputowicz (red.), Teoria realizmu w nauce o stosunkach międzynarodowych, s. 241–246; Anna Wróbel: Katarzyna Kołodziejczyk, Stosunki Unii Europejskiej z grupą państw Afryki, Karaibów i Pacyfiku. Rola i znaczenie umów o partnerstwie gospodarczym w zakresie handlu i pomocy rozwojowej; s. 247–250; Joanna Starzyk-Sulejewska: Artur Adamczyk, Dariusz Milczek, Kamil Zajączkowski (red.), Introduction to European Studies: A New Approach to Uniting Europe, s. 250–254; Andrzej Szeptycki: La Pologne au cœur de l’Europe, numer specjalny Questions internationales, septembre–octobre 2014, N° 69, s. 255–258. '
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