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„The world in a snare. The fourth part of the trilogy” – such is the title of the new book by Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko, published by the publishing house Prószyński i S-ka. The book is available here and information about meetings with author and public lectures here.

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July 2022
“Chinism and New Pragmatism: How China’s Development Success and Innovative Economic Thinking Contribute to the Global Development” is the title of one more book published by the director of TIGER, prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko in English. This time the publisher is Prunes Press, USA.

June 2022
„Open Innovation Ecosystem and Open Innovation Collaboration from the Perspective of the Polish High-Tech and Knowledge-Intensive Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises”  - this is the title of new book by Professor Małgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn. The monograph is published by Poltext Warszawa.

July-August, 2022
Professor Małgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn has been accepted for the fellowship program at the American Institute for Economic Research in Great Barrington, Massachusetts (United States). Her research subject aims to explore COVID-19 related technological, institutional and socio-economic "creative destruction" processes in the US and EU economies.

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June 23, 2022, 10:00 a.m. invites:"In his latest book" Świat in Mate "prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko writes: "Free market capitalism is a utopia (...) When it seems that it is about ideas, in fact it is about interests. Rarely about something different." In the context of the war in Ukraine and help, which is provided by so many countries. people, companies ... These are strong words. But when we look at the statistics given by the last "The Economist" that after the outbreak of the war, oil exports from Russia ... increased and reaches Europe, if not directly, as ready fuel from countries that did not impose sanctions on Russia. And "withdrawing" from the Russian market means in most cases the time parking of business in "partner" companies, these words gain importance. We will talk about what (un) business responsibility in these, very difficult times looks like, on June 23, between 10-13 at the headquarters of the State Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw, ul. Kredytowa 1. Free participation, you only need to register at the link.

June 10, 2022, 12:00 p.m.
"For wise and efficient Poland". This is the title of the conference organized by the Kozminski University together with the Jagiellonian University on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Professor Witold Kieżun. On this occasion, a book under the same title, prepared by a distinguished  group of authors which had known Professor Kieżun and collaborated with him, has been published. During the conference (1:40 p.m.), the debate entitled "Faces of Polish transformation" is led by prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko, author of the chapter "One third and the whole century". The conference takes place in the auditorium of Kozminski University. We invite you to participate.

June 1-3, 2022
Prof. Jacek Tomkiewicz visits India to have few lectures and consultations at BIMTECH University.

May 27, 2022
Sergey Druczin, assistant, in TIGER, will conduct a lecture for PhD students from the Narxoz University in Almaty on the topic of "The political economy of climate change” ("Politekonomia klimaticheskih izmienienij")

May 25, 2022, 11:30 a.m., Aula II

CONFERENCE OF THE YEAR! The Rector of Kozminski University, prof. Grzegorz Mazurek invites you to an interdisciplinary conference entitled "Świat w matni – jak tam trafiliśmy i jak z tego wybrnąć" ("The world entangled: How did we get there and how to get out of it"). A background for a debate with the participation of distinguished scholars and business practitioners is the latest book by prof. Grzegorz W. Kolodko „Świat w matni. Czwarta część trylogii”.  The conference is held in Polish.

April 19-22, 2022
Sergiej Druczin, assitent in TIGER, participates in the „Think Global Festival” in Amsterdam at which he presents the lectures on topic „Political economy of climate change: What are the challenges facing our generation?”

April 8, 2022
“Financial Times” publishes an article by Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko entitled “Ukraine recovery needs a debt write-off and help from the EU and China”, in which the author proposes ways to provide economic aid in order to rebuild Ukraine from the war damage. In particular, the director of TIGER suggests the creation of a special European Fund for the Reconstruction of Ukraine, conditional on progress in deoligarchisation cancellation of foreign debt and China's invitation to Ukraine to join the16+1 project under the Belt and Road Initiative, BRI.

February 24, 2022
If you can, help! It is not enough to condemn the Russian attack on Ukraine. Not everyone can impose sanctions on the Kremlin regime for this reprehensible act, but everyone can support in word and deed the Ukrainians in need. You may help too. I donated PLN 10,000 ($2,500) to the Koźmiński Foundation for scholarships for Ukrainian students. There is no better way to create conditions for a peaceful coexistence, sustainable development and world order than good upbringing and education. Who can, help and also contribute to the account of the Koźmiński Foundation: 14 2130 0004 2001 0673 5369 0001 KRS: 0000217541 with the annotation: Ukrainian scholarships.

On Maidan, May 31, 2014

February 2022
Routledge has published a new book by prof. Marta Postuła “Public Financial Management in the European Union: Public Finance and Global Crises”, the publisher announces in the following words:The Monograph offers an in-depth and unique analysis of the functioning of EU institutions against the backdrop of EU Member States’ national entities. It contributes to the ongoing debate on global public goods and on the processes involved in their supply and management. Further on, public finance management instruments are discussed, pointing to their historical evolution in practice and their effectiveness measured with human development index. The Author presents her proposal for managing global, European and domestic public goods in three areas: environmental protection, transnational infrastructure projects and social policy. The book analyses public finance management instruments used during the recent pandemic, distinguishing between “regular” and “emergency” instruments and assessing their effectiveness in specific economic situations.