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I.      Papers by Polish Authors

 

1. Zbigniew Bauer, Pedagogical University, Krakow:

"People in the Net.  Is the Internet Going to Change Our Culture and Ideology?" (abstract)

 

2. Witold T. Bielecki, Leon Ko¼miński Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management (WSPiZ) and Warsaw University (UW):

"Entrepreneurs in the Face of E-Business. Opportunities and Threats for the Polish E-Conomy." (abstract)

 

3. Jacek Brdulak, Warsaw School of Economics (SGH):

"The 'New Economy' and Information Technologies as a Factor behind the Changes in the Polish Transportation Industry." (abstract)  

 

4. Stanis³aw Flejterski, Szczecin University (US):

"The E-finance and Macro-, Mezzo- and Microeconomics. An Introduction to the Costs and Benefits Analysis" (abstract)

 

5. Jerzy A. Kisielnicki, WSPiZ and UW:

"Information Technology as a Factor Stimulating the Process of Globalization.  A Case Study of Polish Transformation." (abstract)

 

6. Grzegorz W. Kolodko, WSPiZ, SGH and University of Rochester, USA:  

"The 'New Economy' and the Old Problems.  The Prospects for Fast Growth in Countries of Post-Socialist Transition."  (abstract)  

 

7. Stefan Kwiatkowski, WSPiZ and UW:

"Intellectual Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Economic Development in European Post-Socialist Countries."  (abstract)

 

8. Robert A. Rz±dca, WSPiZ and UW:

"Negotiation under the New Conditions of Digital Economy.  Continuation and Change." (abstract)

 

9. Beata ¦wiecka, US:

"The E-banking. Implications for the Development of Banking Sector in Poland."   (abstract)

 

10. Andrzej Wojtyna, Academy of Economics in Krakow:

"Does the Traditional Economics Help Us to Understand the "New Economy"?" (abstract)

 

11. Lech W. Zacher, WSPiZ and Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN):

"The "New Economy" as an Interaction of Technology, Economy and Society." (abstract)

 

 

II.     Papers by International Authors

 

12. Andrea Goldstein and David O'Connor, Development Center, OECD, Paris:

"E-Commerce for Development: Prospects and Policy Issues." (abstract)

 

13. Stefano Scarpetta and Philip Hemmings, Economics Department, OECD, Paris:

"Links Between Policy and Growth:  Cross-Country Evidence." (abstract)

 

14. Sergei B. Perminov, Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow:

"E-commerce Technologies Dissemination in Russia." (abstract)

 

15. Matti Pohjola, United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU/WIDER), Helsinki:

"Information Technology and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Analysis."  (abstract)

 

16. Andrea Szalavetz, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest:

"Structural and Regional Implications of the 'New Economy' in Transition Economies." (abstract)

 

17. Vito Tanzi, International Monetary Fund and Carnegie Endowment, Washington, DC:

"WSPiZ Distinguished Lectures Series"

"The Rise of the New Economy and its Implication for Fiscal Policy." (abstract)

 

18. John Zysman, Co-Director of Berkeley Roundtable on International Economy

(BRIE), Berkeley University, USA:

(other authors: Stephen S. Cohen, J. Bradford DeLong, Steven Weber)

"Tools: The Drivers of E-commerce." (abstract)