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24. November 15, 2017,
"New pragmatism versus new nationalism"

23. October 27th 2017,
"Whither Polish Economy?"

22. November 24th 2016,
“The New Pragmatism: In Quest for the Paradigm of 21st Century Economics”

10. October 19, 2005, WSPiZ Conference on "Corporate Governance in the Economies of Postsocialist Transition"

9. December 16, 2004, WSPiZ Conference on "Public Finances and Economic Growth"

8. May 14, 2004, WSPiZ International Conference on "ICT as Drivers of Development in Transition Economies"

7. March 25-26, 2004, WSPiZ Conference on the "Strategy for Fast Economic Growth in Poland".

6. 23—24 October 2003, WSPiZ: TIGER—Yale University conference on “Globalization and Social Stress”

5. April 10-11 2003, International conference on “The ‘New Economy’ and Post-socialist Transition”

4. May 16-17, 2002, WSPiZ - International conference on "Globalization and Catching-up in Emerging Market Economies"

3. March 14-15, 2002, WSPiZ - International conference on "The 'New Economy' and Old Problems. Prospects for Fast Growth in Transition Economies"

2. May 31, 2001, WSPiZ - The Long-Run Socio-Economic Development in Poland. Challenges and Prospects

1. March 29-30, 2001 WSPiZ - International conference on "The New Economy' and Its Implications for Long-Term Growth in Post-Socialist Countries".


















"The New Economy' and Its Implications for Long-Term Growth in Post-Socialist Countries".






Main Sponsor:



Prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko, Director of TIGERP and Paweł Rzepka - Chairman
of TP S.A - had clearly reasons to be in jubilant mood. The conference
proved to be an interesting scientific project, which aroused interest of
the broad business, academic and political community.


From the left: Paweł Rzepka - Chairman of TP S.A., Prof. Stefan
Kwiatkowski, President of the Supervisory Board of Leon Kozminski Academy of
Entrepreneurship and Management, Janusz Steinhoff, Poland's Deputy Prime
Minister for Economic Affairs, and Prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko, Director of