29.09.2016 r. Konferencja pt.: Development pattern of CEE countries after 2007-2009 crisis on the example of Poland and Hungary

Program of the Third Bilateral Polish-Hungarian Conference

“Development pattern of CEE countries after 2007-2009 crisis, on the example of Poland and Hungary” 

Warsaw, 29 September 2016

Staszic Palace, Nowy Świat 72 Street, Marii Curie Skłodowska Hall

Registration

9.30-10.00

Conference opening

10.00-10.10
Prof. Piotr Krajewski, Director of Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences

I. Session: Changing paradigm of state control and ownership in Europe

10.10 – 11.15

  1. Changing state interference in the economy – based on the example of France and Slovenia (Miklos Somai, Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
  2. Nationalizations: Hungarian specialty or a new European trend? (Eva Voszka, University of Szeged)
  3. Change in ownership policy of the Polish state: new evidence and what it may mean for the future. (Piotr Kozarzewski, UMCS Lublin)
  4. Renationalization and Recentralization in Hungary, 2010-2016 (Peter Mihalyi, Corvinus University of Budapest)

Chair: Jerzy Osiatyński, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences

II. Session: Privatization and its Reversal

11.20 – 12.10

  1. Reversal of privatization in Poland (Barbara Błaszczyk, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  2. The FDI-led development model revisited? (Miklos Szanyi, Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
  3. Changes in regulation of land ownership in Poland (Sergiusz Prokurat, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences)

Chair: Andrzej Kondratowicz, SWPS University

Discussion after two sessions

12.10 – 12.30

Coffee Break

12.30 -13.00

III. Session: Directions and factors of transition to innovative economy

13.00 -14.05

  1. The role of the research sector in transition process to innovative economy (Urszula Grzelońska, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  2. Internal barriers of transition to innovative stage of development in Polish economy (Joanna Kotowicz-Jawor, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  3. The supply factors for innovativeness in the transition of Polish economy (Tadeusz Baczko, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences; Ewa Puchała)

Chair: Andrea Szalavetz, Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

IV. Session: Trends in global technological changes and industrial prospects

14.10 – 15.15

  1. Strategy and innovations – dilemmas of small and medium businesses facing crisis (Katarzyna Bachnik, SGH Warsaw)
  2. Robotics, digitalization, workplace automation: What future for manufacturing in Hungary? (Andrea Szalavetz, Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
  3. Prospects for Catching Up After Industrial Upgrading. The Analysis of Global Automotive Industry in Eastern Europe (Tamas Gerőcs, Corvinus University of Budapest)

Chair: Piotr Kozarzewski, UMCS Lublin

Closing remarks

15.15 – 15.30

by Barbara Błaszczyk, Institute of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences and Miklos Szanyi, Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

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