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22. 24 Listopad 2016,
„Nowy pragmatyzm. W poszukiwaniu paradygmatu ekonomii XXI wieku”

5. Kwiecień 10 — 11 2003, WSPiZ — Konferencja naukowa “Nowa gospodarka a posocjalistyczna transformacja”

4. Maj 16 — 17, 2002, WSPiZ — Konferencja naukowa “Globalization and Catching-up in Emerging Market Economies”

3. Marzec 14 — 15, 2002, WSPiZ — Konferencja naukowa ““Nowa gospodarka” i stare problemy. Perspektywy szybkiego wzrostu w krajach posocjalistycznych

2. Maj 31, 2001, WSPiZ — Konferencja naukowa “Uwarunkowania i perspektywy długofalowego rozwoju społeczno- gospodarczego Polski”.

1. Marzec 29-30, 2001, WSPiZ — Międzynarodowa konferencja ““Nowa gospodarka” i jej implikacje dla długofalowego wzrostu w krajach posocjalistycznych”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Globalization and Catching-up in Emerging Market Economies

 

  T I G E R

Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research

 

www.tiger.edu.pl

  

 

4th International Conference

 

WSPiZ

Warsaw, May 16-17, 2002

 

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List of contributors and papers

 

 

Prof. Douglass C. North, Spencer T. Olin Professor in Arts and Sciences, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo, USA, and the Nobel Laureate in Economics 1993 will present the WSPiZ & TIGER Distinguished Lecture on institutions and development

 

 

Papers:

 

 1. Dr. Keith Crane, The RAND Corporation, USA, and Zbyszko Tabernacki, PlanEcon, Inc., Washington DC, USA – “Globalization and Growth in the CIS”

                     

2. Prof. Laszlo Csaba*, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary – “Transformation and Development”

 

3. Prof. Daniel Daianu, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania, and Visiting Professor, UCLA, USA – “Is Catching-up possible in Europe?”

 

4. Prof. Gang Fan*, Director of the National Institute of Economic Research, China Reform Foundation, Beijing, China – ”The Dual-Transformation of China: Past 20 Years and 50 Years Ahead”

 

5. Prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko,Director of TIGER, Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management (WSPiZ), Warsaw, Poland, and John C. Evans Scholar in Polish and European Studies, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA – „Globalization and Catching-up in Emerging Market Economies”

 

6. Prof. Tadeusz Kowalik*, Polish Academy of Sciences and WSPiZ, Warsaw, Poland – „Systemic Diversity in Time of Globalization and Integration”

 

7. Prof. Nguyuru H. I. Lipumba*, Senior Research Fellow, The Multi-Environmental Society (MESO), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – “Globalization and Economic Development: Can Sub-Saharan Africa Avoid Marginalization?”

 

8. Prof. D. Mario Nuti*, University di Roma ‘La Sapienza’ and London Business School – “Governing Incomplete Globalization”

 

9. Prof. Gur Ofer* and Prof. Michael Keren, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel – “Globalization and FDI in Financial Services to Economies in Transition”

 

10. Prof. Masahiro Taguchi, Okayama University, Japan – “Japanese

Approach to the Transition Economies”

 

11. Prof. Rodrigo Vergara*, Centro de Estudios Publicos and Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile – “Reform and Growth: Lessons from Chile”

 

12. George Vojta, President, Financial Services Forum, New York, USA –  “Implementing Best Practice Standards To Achieve Systemic Reform: The Fiduciary Responsibilities of The Private Sector”

* Members of  T I G E R  Scientific Advisory Board