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The book presents results of the international conference sponsored by Telekomunikacja Polska S.A., which was held on March 29-30, 2001 at the WSPiZ.
The 'New Economy' and Its Implications for Long-Term Growth in Post-Socialist Countries
Part One: The new chance or the new challenge?
Chapter I: Grzegorz W. Kolodko:
The 'New Economy' and the Old Problems. The Prospects for Fast Growth in Countries of Post-Socialist Transition.
Chapter II: Andrzej Wojtyna:
Does the Traditional Economics Help Us to Understand the "New Economy"?
Chapter III: Lech W. Zacher:
The "New Economy" as an Interaction of Technology, Economy and Society.
Chapter IV: Zbigniew Bauer:
People in the Net. Is the Internet Going to Change Our Culture and Ideology?
Part Two: Unusual business as usual
Chapter V: Stefan Kwiatkowski:
Intellectual Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Economic Development in European Post-Socialist Countries.
Chapter VI: Jerzy A. Kisielnicki:
Information Technology as a Factor Stimulating the Process of Globalization. A Case Study of Polish Transformation.
Chapter VII: Witold T. Bielecki:
Entrepreneurs in the Face of E-Business. Opportunities and Threats for the Polish
Chapter VIII: Robert A. Rządca:
Negotiation under the New Conditions of Digital Economy. Continuation and Change.
Chapter IX: Vito Tanzi:
The Rise of the New Economy and Its Implication for Fiscal Policy.
Part Three: The E-business. Sector Approach
Chapter X: Andrea Goldstein, David O'Connor:
E-Commerce for Development: Prospects and Policy Issues; copyright © OECD 2000
Chapter XI: Stanisław Flejterski:
The E-finance and Macro-, Mezzo- and Microeconomics. An Introduction to the Costs and Benefits Analysis
Chapter XII: Beata Świecka:
The E-banking. Implications for the Development of Banking Sector in Poland.
Chapter XIII: Jacek Brdulak:
The 'New Economy' and Information Technologies as a Factor behind the Changes in the Polish Transportation Industry.
Part Four: The Country Case
Chapter XIV: Andrea Szalavetz:
Structural and Regional Implications of the 'New Economy' in Transition Economies.
Chapter XV: Sergei B. Perminov:
E-commerce Technologies Dissemination in Russia.
Part Five: The Global Experience and the Lessons for Regional Success
Chapter XVI: Matti Pohjola:
Information Technology and Economic Growth. A Cross-Country Analysis.
copyright © Oxford University Press 2001, published as Chapter 11 in the ""IT, Productivity and Economic Growth"
Chapter XVII: Philip Hemmings, Stefano Scarpetta:
Links Between Policy and Growth: Cross-Country Evidence; copyright © OECD 2000
Chapter XVIII: Stephen S. Cohen, J. Bradford DeLong, Steven Weber, John Zysman:
Tools: The Drivers of E-commerce;
copyright © Brookings Institution Press, published in the BRIE-IGCC E-conomy Project ed., Tracking a Transformation: E-Commerce and the Terms of Competition in Industries (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, forthcoming June 2001)
Chapter XIX: Jorge Braga de Macedo:
From Transition to Development: a Globalization and Governance (G&G) Perspective
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