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Autor: Edited by Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Marzenna Anna Weresa
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POLAND COMPETITIVENESS REPORT 2022. Towards a sustainable economy in a pandemic era
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Poland. Competitiveness report 2022. Towards a sustainable economy in a pandemic era

 

Sustainable competitiveness is a relatively new concept, but rising in importance in face of external shocks that have impacted the economy in the last years, like COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine or the climate changes and related energy crisis. Considering this, resilience to crisis has become one of the key drivers of a strong competitive position. These new tendencies determine the research aim of the monograph, which is to identify the competitive position of the Polish economy, taking into account the foremost components of sustainable competitiveness. The specific objectives of the monograph are to:

• present the theoretical background of the issue of international competitiveness in a time of crisis, with a particular focus on the significance of sustainable competitiveness and the issue of resilience and vulnerability to crises;

• define Poland’s competitive position, in particular to assess the development of individual factors of competitiveness, such as land and water resources, investment, labour, innovation and technological development, and institutions;

• identify the international competitive position of Poland compared with other European Union member states, taking into account income competitiveness, foreign trade competitiveness, and sustainable competitiveness (including its environmental and social components).

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Preface

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Marzenna Anna Weresa

 

PART I. SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVENESS AND RESILIENCE IN THE TIMES OF CRISES

Chapter 1. The Concept of Sustainable Competitiveness: Literature Review and Directions of Further Research

Marzenna Anna Weresa

Chapter 2. Resilience and Vulnerability to Economic Crisis: Implications for Competitiveness

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

 

PART II. COMPETITIVE ABILITY

Chapter 3. Land and Water Resources in Poland: An Empirical Study

Artur Franciszek Tomeczek

Chapter 4. Foreign Direct Investment in and from Poland in the COVID-19 Era

Tomasz Marcin Napiórkowski

Chapter 5. Labour and Skills Availability in the Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Anna Maria Dzienis

Chapter 6. Innovation and Technological Development

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Małgorzata Stefania Lewandowska, Marzenna Anna Weresa

Chapter 7. Influence of Institutions on the International Competitiveness of the Polish Economy in the Second Decade of the 21st Century

Katarzyna Kamińska

 

PART III. COMPETITIVE POSITION: POLAND AND OTHER EU MEMBERS

Chapter 8. Changes in Total Factor Productivity

Mariusz Próchniak

Chapter 9. Poland’s Position in the World Economy during the Pandemic, Including Trade Competitiveness

Mariusz-Jan Radło, Aleksandra Szarek-Piaskowska

Chapter 10. Poland’s Income Convergence towards the EU Average

Mariusz Próchniak

Chapter 11. Energy Supply and Sustainable Competitiveness

Honorata Nyga-Łukaszewska

 

SUMMARY

Poland’s Competitiveness in the Pandemic Period

Marzenna Anna Weresa, Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

 

 

Opis

Wydanie: I
Rok wydania: 2022
Wydawnictwo: Oficyna Wydawnicza
Oprawa: miękka
Liczba stron: 200
Format: B5

Wstęp

Poland. Competitiveness report 2022. Towards a sustainable economy in a pandemic era

 

Sustainable competitiveness is a relatively new concept, but rising in importance in face of external shocks that have impacted the economy in the last years, like COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine or the climate changes and related energy crisis. Considering this, resilience to crisis has become one of the key drivers of a strong competitive position. These new tendencies determine the research aim of the monograph, which is to identify the competitive position of the Polish economy, taking into account the foremost components of sustainable competitiveness. The specific objectives of the monograph are to:

• present the theoretical background of the issue of international competitiveness in a time of crisis, with a particular focus on the significance of sustainable competitiveness and the issue of resilience and vulnerability to crises;

• define Poland’s competitive position, in particular to assess the development of individual factors of competitiveness, such as land and water resources, investment, labour, innovation and technological development, and institutions;

• identify the international competitive position of Poland compared with other European Union member states, taking into account income competitiveness, foreign trade competitiveness, and sustainable competitiveness (including its environmental and social components).

 

Spis treści

Preface

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Marzenna Anna Weresa

 

PART I. SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVENESS AND RESILIENCE IN THE TIMES OF CRISES

Chapter 1. The Concept of Sustainable Competitiveness: Literature Review and Directions of Further Research

Marzenna Anna Weresa

Chapter 2. Resilience and Vulnerability to Economic Crisis: Implications for Competitiveness

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

 

PART II. COMPETITIVE ABILITY

Chapter 3. Land and Water Resources in Poland: An Empirical Study

Artur Franciszek Tomeczek

Chapter 4. Foreign Direct Investment in and from Poland in the COVID-19 Era

Tomasz Marcin Napiórkowski

Chapter 5. Labour and Skills Availability in the Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Anna Maria Dzienis

Chapter 6. Innovation and Technological Development

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Małgorzata Stefania Lewandowska, Marzenna Anna Weresa

Chapter 7. Influence of Institutions on the International Competitiveness of the Polish Economy in the Second Decade of the 21st Century

Katarzyna Kamińska

 

PART III. COMPETITIVE POSITION: POLAND AND OTHER EU MEMBERS

Chapter 8. Changes in Total Factor Productivity

Mariusz Próchniak

Chapter 9. Poland’s Position in the World Economy during the Pandemic, Including Trade Competitiveness

Mariusz-Jan Radło, Aleksandra Szarek-Piaskowska

Chapter 10. Poland’s Income Convergence towards the EU Average

Mariusz Próchniak

Chapter 11. Energy Supply and Sustainable Competitiveness

Honorata Nyga-Łukaszewska

 

SUMMARY

Poland’s Competitiveness in the Pandemic Period

Marzenna Anna Weresa, Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

 

 

Opinie

Twoja ocena:
Wydanie: I
Rok wydania: 2022
Wydawnictwo: Oficyna Wydawnicza
Oprawa: miękka
Liczba stron: 200
Format: B5

Poland. Competitiveness report 2022. Towards a sustainable economy in a pandemic era

 

Sustainable competitiveness is a relatively new concept, but rising in importance in face of external shocks that have impacted the economy in the last years, like COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine or the climate changes and related energy crisis. Considering this, resilience to crisis has become one of the key drivers of a strong competitive position. These new tendencies determine the research aim of the monograph, which is to identify the competitive position of the Polish economy, taking into account the foremost components of sustainable competitiveness. The specific objectives of the monograph are to:

• present the theoretical background of the issue of international competitiveness in a time of crisis, with a particular focus on the significance of sustainable competitiveness and the issue of resilience and vulnerability to crises;

• define Poland’s competitive position, in particular to assess the development of individual factors of competitiveness, such as land and water resources, investment, labour, innovation and technological development, and institutions;

• identify the international competitive position of Poland compared with other European Union member states, taking into account income competitiveness, foreign trade competitiveness, and sustainable competitiveness (including its environmental and social components).

 

Preface

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Marzenna Anna Weresa

 

PART I. SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVENESS AND RESILIENCE IN THE TIMES OF CRISES

Chapter 1. The Concept of Sustainable Competitiveness: Literature Review and Directions of Further Research

Marzenna Anna Weresa

Chapter 2. Resilience and Vulnerability to Economic Crisis: Implications for Competitiveness

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

 

PART II. COMPETITIVE ABILITY

Chapter 3. Land and Water Resources in Poland: An Empirical Study

Artur Franciszek Tomeczek

Chapter 4. Foreign Direct Investment in and from Poland in the COVID-19 Era

Tomasz Marcin Napiórkowski

Chapter 5. Labour and Skills Availability in the Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Anna Maria Dzienis

Chapter 6. Innovation and Technological Development

Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski, Małgorzata Stefania Lewandowska, Marzenna Anna Weresa

Chapter 7. Influence of Institutions on the International Competitiveness of the Polish Economy in the Second Decade of the 21st Century

Katarzyna Kamińska

 

PART III. COMPETITIVE POSITION: POLAND AND OTHER EU MEMBERS

Chapter 8. Changes in Total Factor Productivity

Mariusz Próchniak

Chapter 9. Poland’s Position in the World Economy during the Pandemic, Including Trade Competitiveness

Mariusz-Jan Radło, Aleksandra Szarek-Piaskowska

Chapter 10. Poland’s Income Convergence towards the EU Average

Mariusz Próchniak

Chapter 11. Energy Supply and Sustainable Competitiveness

Honorata Nyga-Łukaszewska

 

SUMMARY

Poland’s Competitiveness in the Pandemic Period

Marzenna Anna Weresa, Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski

 

 

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