PART I. SELECTED ASPECTS OF MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
Die makroökonomische Stabilisierung der Wirtschaft
Strukturelle Entwicklung des Arbeitsmarktes und das arbeitsmarktpolitische Instrumentarium
The integration with the international financial market
Potential directions of the regional conversion. The case of the Kujawsko-Pomorski region
Zenon Wiśniewski, Agata Sudolska, Michał Buszko
PART II. THE ADJUSTMENT OF POLISH COMPANIES TO THE NEW ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
Competitiveness of Polish companies
Quality management systems in companies. An empirical approach
Agricultural policy of private farms
Marek Zarębski, Hanna Karaszewska
PART III. LEARNING FROM THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE
Individual shareholders in selected European countries
Ermittlung der Effekte von Sportstadien im europäischen Wettbewerb
Xiao Feng, Peter Friedrich, Janusz A. Kosiński, Heinrich Günter Wonnemann
Sportsponsoring: Eine managementorientierte Perspektive
From the preface
The collection of research papers presented in this book reveals a series important issues concerning Polish economy on the way to European Union. Partially, it is a fruit of co-operation between the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun and Department of Economics and Organisational Sciences - University of the Federal Armed Forces, Munich.
The papers are arranged in three broad groups. Part I provides an overview of selected aspects of macroeconomic performance. Integration ol the Polish economy into the European Union poses enormous challenges to companies operating on the local market. Therefore, papers included in Part II discuss various problems of the Polish enterprises adjustment to the new environment. Part III presents conclusions which derive from the empirical findings of our Munich partners and sheds light on the stock of experience that European Union members have in some fields.
The presented book is intended for policy-makers and academic scholars interested in economic policy. Practitioners may also gain valuable insights into the ways in which to assess the appropriateness of different economic policy tools and empirical approaches. An another unique element of this book is its international approach.
This book presents an analysis of numerous issues concerning the Polish economy. The complexity of problems analysed here dictates the need for an in-depth discussion, which also outlines directions for further research. We believe that our publication will contribute into a better understanding of the dilemmas facing the Polish economy.