Palgrave Macmillan has
published the paperback edition of the new book by Professor
Grzegorz W. Kolodko entitled „Whither the World: The
Political Economy of the Future”. The work, released in two parts, Vol.
I and Vol.
II, is published also in Chinese, Russian,
Let’s mention that the pictures at the both volumes
covers are also made by Professor Kolodko.
The New Pragmatism is spreading ever wider. Yet one more monograph
devoted to the economic theory of Professor Grzegorz W.
has appeared. This time, the Scientific Publisher PWN has
published a collective work entitled "The Economics of the Future. On the New Pragmatism of
Grzegorz W. Kolodko"
(in Polish). The scientific editor of the work – in which next to the
leading Polish economists write such distinguished authors as James K.
Galbraith, Alexander Nekipelov and Satoshi Mizobata – is Professor
publishing by Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko on the world challenges,
globalization, transformation and the future of the world, issued by
the Publishing House Proszynski & S-ka, exceeded the circulation of
100,000! The record goes to “Wedrujacy swiat” (English edition, “Truth, Errors and Lies: Economics and Politics in a Volatile World
which sold just in the Polish language over 60,000 copies; it was
published also in ten other languages. On this special occasion, a
meeting took place at the Warsaw EMPiK Nowy Świat, where the author was
awarded the IKAR statuette.
June 16-17, 2018
of TIGER again visits Beijing. This time he contributes a keynote speech
on “Inclusive Globalization” to The Third Annual China Global Think
Tank Innovation Forum. The
Forum is organized by the Center for China and Globalization, CCG.
Professor Kolodko is an International Advisor of the CCG.
September 2017 – June 2018
is the best
scientific institution in the world. Within this American university
operates Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies which conducts
research on various aspects of contemporary Europe. Dr Jacek Tomkiewicz
, Research Director at TIGER, realizes at CES research project on dynamics and structure of incomes in the EU.
July - August 2018
Małgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn conducts research as a visiting scholar at
the Stanford University, Institute of the Research in Social Sciences.
The two-years lasting project is sponsored by the Polish National
Science Center, program OPUS. The research project aims to explore
social networks and social capital formation in the biotechnology