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Professor Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

  1. A.M. Kowalski (2020), Global South – Global North Differences, in: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Özuyar P., Wall T. (eds), No Poverty. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Springer, Cham.
  2. A.M. Kowalski, M. Orviská, R. Mohd Roslin (eds) (2020), Developing Transferable Skills for Research, DOLIS GOEN, Bratislava.
  3. A.M. Kowalski (2019), The perspectives on interregional cluster cooperation under BRI Frame, in: Jian Shi, Guenter Heiduk (eds), Opportunities and Challenges. Sustainability of China-EU Relations in a Changing World, China Social Sciences Press, Beijing, pp. 189-209 (published in English).
  4. A.M. Kowalski, M.A. Weresa (2019), The Concept and Dimensions of International Competitiveness - Selected Theoretical Aspects, in: A.K. Kowalski, M.A. Weresa (eds), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2019. International Competitiveness in the Context of Development of Industry 4.0, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, pp. 13-25.
  5. A.M. Kowalski (2018), Theoretical Aspects of Regional Disintegration and its Consequences for International Competitiveness, in: A.M. Kowalski (Ed.), Brexit and the Consequences for International Competitiveness, Palgrave Macmillan.
  6. A.M. Kowalski (2018), Supporting the research and innovation base through priority European research infrastructures, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Strengthening the knowledge base for innovation in the European Union, PWN, Warsaw, p. 244-282.
  7. A.M. Kowalski (2016), Territorial location of ICT cluster initiatives and ICT-related sectors in Poland, in: Drewello, Bouzar & Helfer (eds), Clusters as a Driving Power of the European Economy, Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 49-66.
  8. A.M. Kowalski (2015), Internationalization of firms. A Manual for Students, Warsaw School of Economics.
  9. A.M. Kowalski (2014), International Competitiveness of Countries with Dynamic Innovation Systems. Case study: Ireland, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Innovation, Human Capital and Trade Competitiveness. How are They Connected and Why Do They Matter?, Washington, D.C.: Springer, pp. 204-228.
  10. A.M. Kowalski, A. Marcinkowski (2014), Clusters versus cluster initiatives, with focus on ICT sector in Poland, European Planning Studies, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 20-45. 

 Agnieszka McCaleb, PhD 

  1. McCaleb A, Mackiewicz M (2018). The Impact of Brexit on Foreign Direct Investment and Trade Relations Between the UK and China, in: A.M. Kowalski (Ed.), Brexit and the Consequences for International Competitiveness, Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 257-270.
  2. Szunomár Á, McCaleb A (2018). East Asian Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe: motives, location choices, and employment approaches. CESifo FORUM, Winter Vol. 19, pp. 9-14.
  3. Drahokoupil J, McCaleb A, Pawlicki P, Szunomár Á, (2017). Huawei in Europe: strategic integration of local capabilities in a global production network. In book: Chinese investment in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations, Publisher: European Trade Union Institute, Editors: Jan Drahokoupil, pp.211-229.  
  4. Szunomár Á, McCaleb A (2017). Chinese foreign direct investment in central and eastern Europe: an institutional perspective. In: Chinese investment in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations, Publisher: European Trade Union Institute, Editors: Jan Drahokoupil, pp.121-140.
  5. Szunomár Á, McCaleb A, Chen X (2017). Economic Relations between China and Central and Eastern Europe: Trade and Investment Issues. In: China's Relations with Central and Eastern Europe From "Old Comrades" to New Partners, Editor: Weiqing Song, Publisher: Routledge.
  6. McCaleb A. and Szunomár Á (2016). Comparing Chinese, Japanese and South Korean FDI in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Joanna Wardęga (ed.), China - Central and Eastern Europe Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Society, Business and Education in Transition, Jagiellonian University Press, Krakow, pp. 199-212.
  7. Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2015): What Motivates China's Cities to Establish Partner Agreements with Cities in Asia? IN: B. Drelich-Skulska, A. H. Jankowiak, S. Mazurek (eds.), Dimensions of Regional Processes in the Asia-Pacific Region, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics, Nr 413, pp. 52-61.
  8. McCaleb A. (2015). China’s automobile industry: development, policies, internationalization. GDAŃSKIE STUDIA AZJI WSCHODNIEJ 2015/8, pp. 165-174.
  9.  Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). China’s Third Stage of Openness: The IFDI-Trade-OFDI Nexus. In: Hongyu Wang (ed), The Reforming System of Global Governance and the Role of China, Conference Proceedings, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, P.R. China, pp. 126-161.
  10. Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). Chinese FDI and Financial Engagement in Poland, Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries: myth or reality? Szunomár Á (ed.), Budapest, Institute of World Economics, 2014, pp 55-73, available at: http://vki.hu/Chinese_financial_assistance_in_V4. pp 55-73.

Marta Mackiewicz, PhD 

  1. A study on structural reform in Poland 2013-2020, Mackiewicz, Marta;  Dzienis, Anna;  Napiórkowski, Tomasz M;  Lachowicz, Marek;  Weresa, Marzenna Anna;  Kowalski, Arkadiusz Michał, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (European Commission), 2019,  ISSN 978-92-79-90371-7, ISBN 10.2873/982674.
  2. M. Mackiewicz, Rola przestrzeni miejskich w tworzeniu innowacji, w: M.A. Weresa A.M. Kowalski (red.) Polska. Raport o konkurencyjności 2017. Rola miast w kształtowaniu przewag konkurencyjnych Polski, Oficyna Wydawnicza Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie, Warszawa 2018.
  3. M. Mackiewicz, Social innovation and public sector innovation, in: Strengthening the knowledge base for innovation in the European Union, red. M.A. Weresa, PWN, Warszawa 2018.
  4. M.A. Weresa, A.M. Kowalski, M. Mackiewicz, Innovation Policy for SMEs in the Era of Industry 4.0, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Republic of Korea, 2018.
  5. M. Mackiewicz, A. McCaleb,The impact of Brexit on Foreign Direct Investment and Trade Relations between the UK and China;, in: Brexit and the Consequences for International Competitiveness, A.M. Kowalski (red.), Springer, 2018.
  6. M.A. Weresa, A.M. Kowalski, M. Mackiewicz (2017), Promotion of Technology Commercialization: Policies Supporting Startups in Poland, in: Korea Development Institute, 2016/17 Knowledge Sharing Program with Visegrad Group. Science, Technology, and Innovation Policies for Economic Development: Korea and Visegrad Group, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea, pp. 423-444.
  7. M. Mackiewicz, Determinanty innowacji sektora publicznego na przykładzie Polski, Folia Oeconomica, 319 (2016) t.II.
  8. M. Mackiewicz, R. Pollock, P. Fabrowska, Regional innovative potential and development strategies: the case of Poland, in:  Enhancing the effectiveness of innovation, Molle W. Djarova J. (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2009.
  9. Benchmarking parków technologicznych w Polsce, red. M. Mackiewicz, Polska Agencja Rozwoju Przedsiębiorczości, Warszawa, 2008.
  10. M. Mackiewicz, Innovative Potential of the Polish Regions - Measuring innovation in a Regional Economy in: Fostering Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in European Regions, W.L. Filho, M. Weresa (eds), Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2008.

Anna Sznajderska, PhD

  1. Sznajderska A., Kapuściński M. (2020), Macroeconomic spillover effects of the Chinese economy. Review of International Economics (2020), 28, 4, 992-1019, https://doi.org/10.1111/roie.12479.
  2. Haug, A. A., T. Jędrzejowicz, and A. Sznajderska (2019), Monetary and fiscal policy transmission in Poland., Economic Modelling, 79, 15-29, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2018.09.031.
  3. Sznajderska A. (2019), The role of China in the world economy: evidence from a global VAR model, Applied Economics, 51(15), 1574-1587, https://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2018.1527464.
  4. Sznajderska A. (2016), Wpływ  sposobu  zarządzania  płynnością,  premii  za  ryzyko  i  oczekiwań  na  stopy  rynku międzybankowego w Polsce, Bank i Kredyt, 47(1), 61-90.
  5. Kapuściński M., Kowalczyk H., Kocięcki A., Łyziak T., Przystupa J., Stanisławska E., Sznajderska A., Wróbel E. (2016), Monetary policy transmission mechanism in Poland. What do we know in 2015?, NBP Working Papers 249, (opublikowane także w języku polskim / published also in Polish).
  6. Haug A., Jędrzejowicz T., Sznajderska A. (2013), Combining Monetary and Fiscal Policy in an SVAR for a Small Open Economy, Working Papers 1313, University of Otago, Department of Economics.
  7. Sznajderska A. (2014), Asymmetric effects in the Polish monetary policy rule, Economic Modelling, 36, 547-556.
  8. Sznajderska A. (2013), On the empirical evidence of asymmetry effects in the Polish interest rate pass-through, The Journal of Economic Asymmetries, 10(2), 78-93.
  9. Sznajderska A. (2013), Foreign exchange rates in Central European economies: nonlinearities in adjustment to interest rate differentials, Metody ilościowe w badaniach ekonomicznych, 14(2), 229-239.
  10. Łyziak T., Przystupa J. , Sznajderska A., Wróbel E. (2012), Money in monetary policy. Information variable? Channel of monetary transmission? What is its role in Poland?, NBP Working Paper 135, (opublikowane także w języku polskim / published also in Polish).
Anna Maria Dzienis, PhD 
  1. A.M. Dzienis (2020), Labor market challenges in the context of recent employment shifts in the services and industrial sectors, in: Kowalski A.M. and Weresa M.A. (eds.) “International Competitiveness in the Context of Services Sector Development"World Economy Research Institute SGH Warsaw School of Economics, 2020 (in English and Polish).
  2. A.M. Dzienis (2020), Development of Skills for Technological Change in ASEAN5, in: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Lange Salvia, A., Wall T. (eds), Decent Work and Economic Growth, Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Springer, https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007%2F978-3-319-71058-7_123-1.
  3. A.M. Dzienis (2020), Economic opportunities generated by the Belt and Road Initiative in the context of Japan’s position in Global Value Chains, The Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), 33rd Annual AJBS Proceedings, 2020 Miami.
  4. A.M. Dzienis (2019), Development of Human Resources in the Context of the Challenges of Industry 4.0 and the Digital Economy in Poland, in: Kowalski A.M. and Weresa M.A. (eds.) “International Competitiveness in the Context of Development of Industry 4.0”, World Economy Research Institute SGH Warsaw School of Economics, 2019, pp. 201-218 (published in Polish and English).
  5. A.M. Dzienis (2019), Modern Interregional Migration: Evidence from Japan and Poland, International Journal of Management and Economics, Warsaw, Vol. 55, No. 1, pp. 60-88; DOI:10.2478/ijme-2019-0005.
  6. A.M. Dzienis (2019), The availability of suitable labour supply and skills, in: M. A. Weresa (ed.) A study on structural reform in Poland 2013-2018, European Commission, Brussels, pp. 85-140,https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/2a32fbb5-28fa-11e9-8d04-01aa75ed71a1/language-en/format-PDF/source-88031586.
  7. A.M. Dzienis (2018), The Potential Impacts of Brexit on the Japanese Economy, in: A. M. Kowalski (ed.) Brexit and the Consequences for International Competitiveness, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 271-290, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-03245-6.
  8. A.M. Dzienis (2018), Consequences of Labor Migration in Poland, E-Leader International Journal, Vol.13, No. 2, Chinese American Scholars Association, New York, USA, July.
  9. A.M. Dzienis (2012), Japanese Internal Migration as a Growth Factor, Innovation as a factor in the development of the Asia Pacific region, Wrocław University of Economics, Poland.
  10. A.M. Dzienis (2010), EU kamei ni tomonau porandojin rodosha no chiikinai ido bunseki [the analysis of the post EU-accession labour migrantion from Poland], Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 30, Okayama University, Japan.

Robert Dygas, PhD 

  1. Robert Dygas, Determinants of foreign direct investment outflow from India to Poland, International Journal of Management and Economics 2020; 56(2): pp.1–9.
  2. Robert Dygas , Managing IT and E-Commerce in Poland 2009-2015 in: Zarządzanie- nowe perspektywy. Heurystyczne podejście do innowacyjnosci. red. dr Ewa Gołębiowska, SAN Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, XVI-11-1 ISSN 1733-2486, Year of publication 2015.
  3. Robert Dygas, Paulina Przywieczerska , Wpływ procesów demograficznych na kształtowanie polityki gospodarczej i społecznej Polski po roku 2012 w odniesieniu do sytuacji osób starszych oraz aktywizacji zawodowej Polaków [The impact of demographic processes on shaping Poland's economic and social policy after 2012 in relation to the situation of the elderly and professional activation of Poles] in:  Zarządzanie - nowe perspektywy w dobie zmian demograficznych Redakcja: Ewa Gołębiowska, SAN Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, XV-11-1, Year of publication 2015.
  4. Robert Dygas , Service Design. Dopasowanie produktów I usług do potrzeb klienta, jako narzędzie wzrostu efektywności firm innowacyjnych technologicznie w Polsce [Service Design. Adjusting products and services to customer needs as a tool to increase the efficiency of technologically innovative companies in Poland] in: Service Design redakcja naukowa Jan Fazlagic, ISBN 978-83-87444-95-2, Year of publication 2013.
  5. Robert Dygas , Zarządzanie procesowe jako innowacyjność działania współczesnych przedsiębiorstw [Process management as the innovation of contemporary enterprises] in: Zarządzanie w XXI wieku. Menedżer innowacyjnej organizacji Część II Redakcja: Ewa Gołębiowska,SAN Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, XIV-12-2, Year of publication 2013.
  6. Robert Dygas , Crisis Management in the global economy in: K. Raczkowski, F. Schneider (ed.), The Economic Security of Business Transactions. Management in Business, Chartridge Books Oxford, Oxford 2013., Year of publication 2013.
  7. Robert Dygas , Entrepreneurship and education in starting business, relevant factors and implications for success in: Dylematy zarządzania. Człowiek – organizacja – otoczenie Redakcja naukowa: Halina Sobocka-Szczapa,SAN Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, XI-9, Year of publication 2010.
  8. Robert Dygas , Technology substitution model related to development of electrical car industry in: Teoretyczne i praktyczne aspekty zarządzania i bezpieczeństwa Redakcja naukowa Tomasz Grabia, SAN Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, XII-10, Year of publication 2010.
  9. Robert Dygas , Dywidenda cyfrowa a zarządzanie treścią w sieciach telekomunikacyjnych i audiowizualnych w Polsce [Digital dividend and content management in telecom and audio networks in Poland] in: Dylematy zarządzania. Człowiek – organizacja – otoczenie Redakcja naukowa: Halina Sobocka-Szczapa, SAN Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, XI-9 Year of publication 2010.
  10. Robert Dygas , Does Cloud Computing have a bright future? Journal Comarch Technology Review Magazine 2010/1, Comarch Technology Review Magazine 2010/1, Year of publication 2010.