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Isbn: 978-83-65402-91-2
Autorzy: redakcja naukowa: Justin Yifu Lin i Alojzy Z. Nowak
Język: angielski
Rok: 2018
Opis

The second publication we present to our Readers – Polish as well as foreign – is intended to stimulate discussion about the subjects it considers. Many views and arguments put forth in it deserve just this – taking up and discussing to contribute deepened and diversified perspectives. The topic of the present condition and prospects for globalizations are the perfect example of this. It is absolutely worthwhile to analyze the assumptions and define potential benefits from the New Structural Economics, along with the possibilities of applying its guidelines in countries wishing to make better progress in catching up with the most advanced economies. The book also contains firm and justified statements about the opportunities and impulses for the development of Poland. While it is mainly addressed to scholar environment, it would be very important and desirable for the book to also find its way to broader groups of readers.

 

 

New Structural Policy in an Open Market Economy

 

Contents

 

Contributors

Preface (Mateusz Morawiecki)

Introduction

 

PART ONE

 

Alojzy Z. Nowak

What is the Future of the Global Economy?

 

Kenneth Friedman, Ruth Taplin

Free Trade or Unfettered National/Corporate Interest?

 

Harald Sander

A European Policy Agenda in and for the New Global Economy

 

Andrzej Sopoćko

Secular Structural Processes. Unexpected Results

 

Kazimierz Ryć

Control of Capital Against the Middle Income Trap

 

PART TWO

 

Justin Yifu Lin, Xiaobing Wang

The Facilitating State and Economic Development: The Role of the State
in New Structural Economics

 

Grzegorz Jędrzejczak, Henryk Sterniczuk

The Use of the New Structural Economics for Modernization
and Increasing the Innovativeness of the Polish Economy

 

Marian Górski, Patrycja Chodnicka-Jaworska

The Process of Catching up with the Economic Development
of OECD Countries and the Role of Foreign Direct Investment
in this Process

 

Beata Kozłowska-Chyła

Legal Environment for Foreign Investments in Poland

 

Michał Kurtyka

Can States Be Turned into Automotive Innovation Hubs?

 

Bogdan J. Góralczyk

Poland on the Route of the Chinese Silk Road: A Chance
for Development or Just a Challenge?

EQUIS
AASBI
Uniwersytet Warszawski
PRME
Ceeman
ACCA
HR Excellence in Research
Eduniversal ranking
Eduniversal
Ministerstwo Nauki
Polska Komisja Akredytacyjna

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