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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma B.s. Samodz. Sekcja Zamówień Publicznych
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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma B.s. Dz. Adm. Obiektów
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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma P.1308, C.1308 Czytelnia Ogólna
[19]99, nr 1(15, marz.)-3(17,wrześ.)
2002, nr 4(30)
2003, nr 1(31)-4(34)
2004, nr 1(35)-4(38) + wyd.specj. + Skorowidz...1995-2003
2005, nr 1(39)-2(40)
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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma C.1308 Czytelnia Ogólna
2006, nr 1(41)-4(44)
2007, nr 1(45)-6(50)
2008, nr 1(51)-3(53)
2009, nr 1(54)-4(57)
2010, nr 1(58)-5(62)
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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma C.1308 Czytelnia Ogólna
2011, nr 1(63)-2(64)
2012, nr 1(65)-2(66)
2013, nr 1(67)-3(69)
2014, nr 1(70)-4(73)
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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma C.1309 Czytelnia Ogólna
2002, 1
2005, 4-5 [2005, 4, 2005, 5]
2006, 6-7 [2006, 6, 2006, 7]
2007, 8-9 [2007, 8, 2007, 9]
2008, 10
2009, 12
2010, 13
2011, 15-16 [2011, 15, 2011, 16]
2013, nr 2(22)
2014, nr 1(25)-4(28) [2014, nr 4(28), 2014, nr 1(25)-3(27)]
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Zawartość zasobu Czasopisma B.s.
2018, nr 10 + nr spec.
2019, nr 3, 6, 7/8, 10, 11
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The hereby publication presents the result of the 24th scientific conference entitled “Local and Regional Economy in Theory and Practice” organized by the Department of Regional Economy at the Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism of Wrocław University of Economics. The aforementioned conference was held on 29-30 September 2016 in “Cieplice” Hotel in Jelenia Góra. The patronage over this science disseminating event was extended by: Jelenia Góra City, WODNIK Ltd. Water Supply and Sewerage Company from Jelenia Góra and Marciszów munici- pality. The subject matter of the conference covered such areas as e.g.: local and regional development, local and regional management, the application of quantitative methods in regional studies, partnership in local and regional development, research directions in local and regional development and cooperation of academic centres with local government units. The representatives of national and international scientific centres, regional and local government structures and other entities from economic practice, interested in local and regional economy problems and also PhD students participated in the conference proceedings. Over 60 people took part in the conference, during which papers were delivered and posters were presented by the representatives from over 30 domestic and foreign scientific centres and institutions. The conference, which has been cyclically organized since 1992, has once again contributed to the extension and consolidation of the relationships developed within the framework of the created platform, aimed at exchanging both scientific and practical experiences at the local, regional, national and international forum. Its proceedings were focused on disseminating research results, exchanging experiences and developing the discussion forum on theoretical and practical aspects of local and regional development. They also resulted in deeper and more extensive cooperation of academic centres, local government units as well as research and development units in the cross-border perspective. The conference is regularly attended by the representatives of academic circles from Poland and abroad. So far we have had a pleasure to host the research workers from such academic centres as e.g. the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Italy, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Slovakia, as well as the representatives of economic practice, e.g. city presidents, mayors, municipal governors, county governors, presidents of regional development agencies, local entrepreneurs etc. This publication is a collection of thematically selected, English-language articles discussing the broadly approached issues of local and regional economy. Its authors represent the following scientific centres: University of National and World Economy (UNWE), Warsaw School of Economics, Poznań University of Economics and Business, University of Łódź, University of Zielona Góra, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Gdańsk University of Technology and Wrocław University of Economics. By extending our appreciation to the conference participants for the joint meeting we would like to express our hope for the further mutual cooperation. Małgorzata Markowska, Beata Bal-Domańska, Andrzej Raszkowski
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Scientists in general agree that processes of ecosystem change, including climate change and loss of biodiversity, have reached a stage where it is no longer possible to avoid negative effects for humanity and the world economy. Our era is called the Anthropocene, which means that humans are the predominant instigator of change at a planetary level. A shift towards a green economy seems to be a reasonable course of action, giving hope of halting the negative trends of development and the transition to more sustainable development. This book is a contribution to the ongoing discussion on the current desired track of the development of society and the economy. The authors, researchers from leading Polish universities, propose to look at the green economy from the more practical perspective. The contents of this book cover the following issues in the context of the development and functioning of a green economy: ecosystem services, performance measurement, development of appropriate policy instruments, production and consumption, energy supply and creation of green jobs.
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W 70. rocznicę powołania Polskiego Towarzystwa Ekonomicznego Oddziału we Wrocławiu oddajemy Czytelnikom zbiór artykułów będący pokłosiem trzeciej Ogólnopolskiej Konferencji Naukowej „Społeczne gospodarowanie – sharing economy”, zorganizowanej w 2018 r. przez Polskie Towarzystwo Ekonomiczne Oddział we Wrocławiu. Opublikowane artykuły przedstawiają obszary badawcze ich autorów i jednocześnie są kontynuacją dyskusji konferencyjnej na temat nowego modelu gospodarowania – „gospodarki współdzielenia” – cechującego się aktywnością podmiotów rynkowych i społeczeństwa ukierunkowaną na zwiększanie efektywności wykorzystywania różnych zasobów poprzez bezpośrednie wzajemne świadczenie usług, współtworzenie i współfinansowanie projektów, a także współużytkowanie i wspólną konsumpcję dóbr.
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The book is a result of close cooperation of three research units: Department of City and Regional Planning of Selcuk University in Turkey, Department of Regional and Local Development of Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem in the Czech Republic and Department of Spatial Economy and Local Administration of Wrocław University of Economics in Poland. The economy at the beginning of the 21st century is increasingly becoming a global economy. This fact entails different consequences for countries, business units, or indi-viduals. At the same time, rapid advances in technology and the use of the achievements in the practice are changing the living conditions of entire societies. The period which now exists in the economy can be defined as a permanent innovation that enters by diffusion into all areas of socio-economic life. As a result, new services and products are introduced, changing fashions, tastes and preferences. This leads to the dynamic changes in the modern world. These changes are cumulative, and for the average per¬son they are often confusing, on the one hand, and very tedious on the other. It is claimed that only constant learning gives people a chance to adapt to these changes. In the context of these general observations the role of space in contemporary realities should be highlighted. On the one hand, with the development of means of communication the space has ‘shrunk.,’ On the other, thanks to the development of communications infrastructure we have got to know its diversity. It turns out that the space is not only the element of nature (animate and inanimate), but also people with their culture, both material and spiritual one. Anthropogenization of space is a reality and must be reconciled; however, these changes should be made in a thoughtful and rational way. This contemporary space is becoming a major-elect of the economy. This book is an attempt of the description of this knowledge. The authors set themselves the task to bring closer to the reader the contemporary socio-economic space, including cultural and political determinants occurring in the space. Therefore, in the text, except for general information relating to the overall basic human activities in space, we find contents concerning the newest forms of management, innovations and creation of the economic networks, etc. According to the authors, such an approach is to bring closer to the reader the knowledge necessary to know the framework for the functioning of the economy in the new reality, not forgetting the spatial aspect, as each human activity has its place in the time and space. We cannot live out of the time and out of the space. The authors would like to thank reviewers for valuable comments which contributed to the improvement of the quality of the publication. Stanisław Korenik, Oğuz Özbek
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In this issue of the journal Economics, seven articles connected with Asian studies are published, in which the authors consider selected economic and social problems in the Asia-Pacific region. The publication opens with the article by Bogusława Skulska and Sebastian Bobowski entitled “Clustering in East Asia – implications of Japan’s industrial development model”. The authors present the phenomenon of clustering, which – driven by the open, liberal course of regional economies in East Asia – has contributed to the massive inflow of foreign direct investment and to the formation of networks involving local small and medium enterprises (SMEs), the birthplace of which was Japan. The traditional orientation of industrial policy on competitiveness has been replaced by an orientation on innovation, which contributed to the dynamic development of the countries located in this region. The importance of cluster development for the economies of both developed (Japan) and emerging (China) countries in East Asia is also seen by Anna Jankowiak in the paper “The specificity of clusters in the Asian economies”. The author emphasises correctly that they contribute to improved competitiveness, increased innovation, and new products, businesses and jobs creation. Clusters, with their characteristics, combine the activities of entrepreneurs, government and scientific entities, thus contribute to the rapid growth of local economies and create links between them. Therefore, they are a very important factor in shaping contemporary Asian regionalism. The transformation of Asian regionalism using the example of the ASEAN is the point of interest of Karolina Klecha-Tylec, who in the article entitled “ASEAN towards the transformation of East Asian regionalism” presents the activities undertaken by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations member states in order to maintain their important role in East Asia. Today, these countries, despite their enormous economic and political diversity, face the necessity of taking joint action to prevent their marginalisation (not only in regional relations, but also on the global scale). In the article by Susanne Rodemeier under the inspiring title “‘Everyone is a potential leader’. Attractiveness of a charismatic Church in Solo, Java (Indonesia)” we find reflections on the Church’s influence on the organisation of the society in Solo, on the island of Java (Indonesia). The author shows in how many ways the role of an individual in society can be perceived in various Churches, and also tries to answer the question: What factors caused the local population to be increasingly interested in the activities of the Family of God Church? The presentation of the non-material contribution of India to the global development aid system is made by Marcin Nowik in the article “Development policy in India – between theory and practice”. The author points out that today India – as a developing country – is not just a donor but also an active player in the area of aid concept development. The country does not only implement externally imposed economic policy, but also modifies it according to its own local needs and participates in its creation on a partnership basis. The alternative investment market may constitute an advantageous proposition as a place of capital location in times of the global financial crisis. Magdalena Broszkiewicz, in the article “Alternative investment in China a solution for investment at the time of modern financial crisis”, shows that because of the favourable economic situation and projections of markets’ growth (including capital markets) in the Asia-Pacific region, the location is worth the investment. She emphasises that China’s market is particularly interesting because of a variety of alternative investments (real estate, wine, jewellery, agricultural raw materials) and the high savings rate of Chinese society. It is now believed that the most important alternative investment in China is gold. The significance of the outward foreign direct investment promotion for emerging markets is t (...)
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