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Rowman & Littlefield of Lexington Books has published a new book by Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko. The monograph (XII + 253 pages), called „The Quest for Development Success: Bridging Theoretical Reasoning with Economic Practice”, is announced by the publisher in the following words: “Humanity faces epoch-making challenges arising from the convergence of demographic, social, economic, ecological and political megatrends, which are additionally superimposed by the fatal COVID-19 pandemic and the new Cold War. Traditional economic thought is not able to cope with them. In the conditions of irreversible globalization, these challenges are met by the original concept of a new pragmatism – a peculiar interface between economic theory and practical economic policy for sustainable development.”
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April 3rd, 2021
At the age of 88, Professor Robert A. Mundell, one of the most outstanding contemporary economists, winner of the Nobel Prize in economic sciences in 1999, author of the theory of optimal currency areas, considered the "godfather" of the common euro currency, has left us. He was a friend of Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko with whom he had maintained working contacts since 1990 and in the years 2001-2020 was the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board of Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research, TIGER. Professor Mundell was a guest at Kozminski University twice, presenting lectures within our Distinguished Lectures series.
With Professor Robert A. Mundell in Nowa Iwiczna
A new Scientific Advisory Board of the Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research, TIGER, for the decade 2021-2030 was established. The Chairman of the Board, which includes a dozen eminent scientists from around the world,
became the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Jose Ramo
We are pleased to inform you that the new TWP145 issue has been published! This issue shares the reflections of Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko on China and globalization.
April 2021May 11th, 2021, 5 pm, Zoom platform
As of April 1, Sergiej Druczin, joins the TIGER team. He is a graduate of economics and management at Kozminski University. His main research interests include socio-economic changes in Europe and worldwide, policy of sustainable development and political transformation of post-socialist countries.
At the next TIGER seminar, we discuss challenges for global economy. Introduction entitled: "Is there a tax revolution coming?" will be presented by dr Jaroslaw Janecki from Warsaw School of Economics, the commentary will be given by dr Pawel Dabek from the Cracow University of Economics.
April 1st, 2021, 3:30 p.m.
Not only the economy, but also socio-economic and environmental policies should be increasingly knowledge-based. However, the times of extremely difficult predictability of phenomena and processes have come. The more we have to ask ourselves: do we know where we are going? Outstanding Polish economists, sociologists and management specialists will seek answers to this question during an interdisciplinary scientific conference, transmitted online. The conference is held on the occasion of the jubilee of Professor Andrzej K. Koźmiński, and its moderator is Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko. We invite you to participate. To join the debated, please, visit the link at the appointed time: https://youtu.be/6sy6ueWHfjs.
Conference Programme (in Polish)
March 25th, 2021, 10:00 a.m.
The Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun is organizing an international scientific conference entitled “A Review of Changes: 70 years of the People's Republic of China in an Interdisciplinary Perspective”. This important event is inaugurated by a keynote lecture on “Chinism and the Future of Globalization” presented by the TIGER Director, Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko. Before the Qs & As session, Professor David Q. Pan, Executive Dean of Schwarzman College at the Tsinghua University in Beijing, acts as a discussant. The two-day conference – rich in numerous themes – is held online. Access to the conference opening session and inaugural lecture is available here, and the link to the event on Facebook here.
March 23rd, 2021, 5 pm
At the next TIGER seminar, we discuss challenges for global economy introduction entitled "Global challenges vs. national instruments – public finance in the time of on-going globalization” will be presented by Prof. Slawomir Franek from University of Szczecin, the commentary will be given by Prof. Marta Postula from the University of Warsaw.
This is it! Hat trick! It is unusual that the same book that has been honored in the West, in the UK & USA, as the "Financial Times" Summer 2020 Book, in the East wins the Special China Book Award for "facilitating the exchange and mutual appreciation of Chinese and foreign civilizations".
„China and the Future of Globalization: The Political Economy of China's Rise”
中国 能否 拯救 世界？ („Zhōngguó néng fǒu zhěngjiù shìjiè?”)
Polish edition: „Czy Chiny zbawią świat?” („Will China Save the World?”)
At the end of November a biofireplace exploded in the apartment of Kasia and Igor (President of the Little Tigers Science Club in years 2007/2008). The apartment was completely burnt down and Igor fought for his life for many weeks in the hospital. He is now in need of funds for expensive treatment and rehabilitation. The Kozminski Foundation (link jak w polskiej wersji) operating at the Kozminski University is organizing a fundraising for this purpose. We are very grateful for every donation, even the smallest one.
Next number of TIGER Working Papers has been published: "The future of the Eurozone: towards a European benchmark", by Sara Casagrande and Bruno Dallago
We encourage to read this interesting paper!
"Miesiecznik Finansowy Bank" (“Financial Monthly BANK”, February 2021, p. 10-13) publishes an extensive interview with Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko: “Where the West meets the East”. The director of TIGER talks “About the post-Covid future of globalization, the dynamics of the development of the world economy, changes in political relations, the wave of extremism and prospects for Poland in an interview with Pawel Minkina”.
January 12th, 2021, 5 pm, Zoom platform
At the next TIGER seminar, we discuss the current challenges for macroeconomic policy. Introduction entitled "If, how and when to return to normality in macroeconomic policy?" will be presented by Prof. Jacek Tomkiewicz, the commentary will be given by Dr. Katarzyna Stabryła-Chudzio from the University of Economics in Cracow.
The next TIGER Working Paper has been published. It is an essay prepared by Vito Tanzi on “Perfect Markets, Perfect Democracies and Pandemics”. We encourage you to read this interesting publication!
This is the third decade of activity of the Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research, TIGER which was established on the initiative of Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko in August 2000. During that time, we published over 20 books and 143 TIGER Working Papers were issued, we co-organized 26 Distinguished Lectures, hosting, among others, six Nobel Laureates in the field of economics, and we organized 29 scientific conferences and 121 seminars. We keep working!