Problems of the theory and practice of foreign direct investment and policy towards it. Conclusions for Poland
How do foreign investments affect the economy and how can Poland benefit from them? The Institute of Economic Research and the Institute of International Affairs of the Vistula University invite you to a scientific conference:
Problemy teorii i praktyki bezpośrednich inwestycji zagranicznych (BIZ) i polityki wobec BIZ. Wnioski dla Polski. (Problems of the theory and practice of foreign direct investment and policy towards it. Conclusions for Poland)
On January 18, 2018 from 9.45 am to 4:30 pm in the campus of the Vistula Group of Universities on Stokłosy Str. in Warsaw (aula 2A on the ground floor). The conference is in Polish.
Program of the event:
• 9.45 – 10.15 REGISTRATION
• 10.15 – 10.30 OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE
Prof. Witold Orłowski, rector of the Vistula University
• 10.30 – 12.45 SESSION 1: THEORY AND PRACTICE
Moderator: Prof. Ryszard Michalski, Vistula University
1. Prof. Zbigniew Zimny, Vistula University:
“FDI in Poland’s economic development: achievements and challenges “.
2. Prof. Włodzimierz Karaszewski and Dr. Małgorzata Jaworek, UMK in Toruń: “Stimulants and destimulants of foreign direct investment”.
3. Prof. Andrzej Dorosz, Vistula University: „ Absorption of FDI and restrictions resulting from the balance of payments”.
4. Prof. Barbara Jankowska, prof. UEP: „Meaning of the clusters for ZIB – Poland’s perspective”.
5.Dr. Łukasz Ambroziak, IBRKK-PIB: „Direct foreign investments and the origin of added value in the export of automotive industry products from the countries of Central and Eastern Europe”.
• 12.45 – 13:30 COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING
• 13.30 – 15.45 SESSION 2: POLICY TOWARDS FDI
Moderator: Prof. Juliusz Kotyński, Vistula University
1. Prof. Marta Götz, Vistula University: „Post-crisis policy towards FDI in the EU – main trends”.
2. Janusz Chojna, IBRKK–PIB: „ Companies with international investment in economy of Poland”.
3. Dr. Dariusz Klimek, PŁ: „Foreign direct investment in special economic zones – questions and dilemmas”.
4. Dr. Ewa Radomska, UP im. KEN in Cracow: „Chinese FDI in the European Union – controversy and challenges”.
5. Magdalena Rybicka, Vistula University : „FDI and innovation: is smart city the convenience for human?”.
6. Dr. Anna Wiśniewska, Warsaw School of Tourism and Hospitality Management: “Do Polish enterprises providing services related to medical tourism need FDI?”.
• 15.45 – 16.00 SUMMATION
Prof. Zbigniew Zimny
If you would like to come, please send your confirmation to the address: email@example.com before January 6.