Portal Finanse Firma Klastry Instytucje Promocja Polityka
Newsy
2012/05/14 11:14:43
Conference on Innovation and Education at the Warsaw School of Economics

World Economy Research Institute at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) invites you to:

Innovation and Education: Drivers of National and Regional Competitivenessin the 21st century Presentation of "Poland. Competitiveness Report 2012. Focus on Education"

 

Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)

Al. Niepodległości 162, Metro Pole Mokotowskie

Monday-Tuesday, May 28-29, 2012

SGH Main Building, Conference room 152

 

 

Day 1 - Monday, May 28, 2012 - Achieving Competitiveness through Education

11.15-12.15

Session I

Economic Convergence and Competitive Position: Poland in the EU

Speakers:

EU Competitive Performance and Policy

Dr. Jorge Duran-Laguna, DG Enterprise & Industry, European Commission (TBC)

Poland’s Competitive Position – presentation of the 2012 of Poland. Competitiveness Report 2012. Focus on Education

Prof. Dr. hab. Marzenna A. Weresa, Director of the World Economy Research Institute, SGH

Economic Convergence of the EU10 Countries Towards the EU15 – the Past and the Future

Prof. Dr. hab. Ryszard Rapacki, Chairman of the Department of Economics II,SGH

12.30-13.45

Session II

How to Speed Innovations and Improve Competitive Position of Firms, Regions and Countries: Sharing the

Speakers:

Prof. Dr. Annamaria Inzelt, Director of IKU Innovation Research Centre, Hungary

Prof. Dr. Pablo Collazzo, Vienna University of Economics, Austria

Prof. Zbigniew Bochniarz, University of Washington, USA

14.30-16.00

Session III

Building Skills for Innovation and Competitiveness in the 21st Century

Panelists:

Ms. Beata Lubos, MA, Head of Unit, Economy Development Department, Ministry of Economy, Poland,

Dr. Radosław Okulski, Human Resource &Technical Planning Manager, Samsung Polska SA

Mr. Jacek Wojciechowicz,  President of the Management Committee, Polish Foundation for Management Promotion

Mr. Stanisław Drzażdżewski, General Counsel, Ministry of National Education (TBC)

16.15-17.45

Session IV

Science and Education in the Economy

and Innovation: The Mediating Effect of Education

Mr Matthias Mrozewski, Prof. Dr. Jan Kratzer, Berlin Institute of Technology, Chair for and Innovation Management, Germany

School and the Quality of Education. The Case of Poland

Dr. Grażyna Bukowska, Dr. Joanna Siwińska-Gorzelak, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Warsaw University, Poland

The Convergence of European and National Educational Profiles from the Position of the Trends of Development of Kazakhstan's Economy, Dr. I.Yefimova, Prof. Dr. D.Sabyrhanov, M.Auezov South Kazakhstan State University, Shymkent, Kazakhstan

Will Education Pass the Innovation Test

Ms. Cristina Andreea Bolea, M.A., Faculty of Bucharest University, Romania and the Warsaw School of Economics

Day 2 - Monday, May 29, 2012 - Innovation, Human Capital and Competitiveness

9.30-9.45

Welcome & presentation of the results of the research project on “Human Capital, Innovation and Long Term Competitiveness. Implications for Poland” financed by the National Science Centre

Prof. Dr. hab. Marzenna Anna Weresa, Director of the World Economy Research Institute, SGH

9.45-11.15

Session I

Human Capital Development, Innovation and Competitiveness

Speakers:

Innovation and Competitiveness: the Case of China

Prof. Dr. Guenter Heiduk, World Economy Research Institute, SGH, Poland

Structural Change in the U.S. : Implications for Competitiveness

Mr. Tomasz Napiórkowski, M.A., Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

Assessing the Impact of Human Capital and Innovation on Competitiveness

Mr. Ziemowit Czajkowski, M.A. World Economy Research Institute SGH, Poland

11.30-13.30

Session II

Innovation Systems and Competitiveness in the World Economy: National and Regional Perspective

Speakers:

The Approach to

Dr. Wolfram Pfeiffer, Institute for European Research and Projects, University of Leipzig, Germany

Ms. Natalia Gorynia-Pfeffer, RKW Kompetenzzentrum, Germany

Some Aspects of the Improvement of in Latvia

Dr. Liena Adamsone, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Does Smallness of a Country Encourage Integration in Science within EU

Dr. Jaan Masso, University of Tartu, Estonia (TBC)

Instruments in Rhône-Alpes – Key Challenges and Future Orientations

Dr. Dorota Czyżewska, Department of Strategy and Policy of International Competitiveness

Poznań University of Economics, Poland

Formation of Textile Clusters as Innovation Component of the Region

Prof. Dr. Zhumakhan Myrkhalykov, Prof. Dr. Kulyanda Nurasheva, M.Auezov South Kazakhstan State University, Kazakhstan

14.15-15.30

Session III

Human Capital Development and Competitive Performance of Firms, Regions and Countries during the Crisis

Speakers:

Motivation in the Austrian Banking Sector with regards to the Two Factor Theory by Frederick Herzberg, Norman Jablonski, Austria

The Role of Innovations in the Increasing of Regional Competitiveness in Latvia,

Ilze Judrupa, Ilze Berzina, Riga Technical University, Latvia

The National Models of Innovative Development in the World Economy,

Prof. Dr. Valery Bondarenko, Belarusian and Economic University, Belarus

Main Strategic Resource of the Competitive Country

Prof. Dr. Vera Bondarenko, Prof. Dr. Kazim Nadirov, Dr. Zhanna Nadirova, M. Auezov SouthKazakhstan State University, Republic of Kazakhstan

 

The conference will be held in English.

Detailed agenda may be found at conference website at:

http://www.sgh.waw.pl/instytuty/igs-en/conference2012?set_language=en

Autor:Informacja prasowa 


powrót | do góry | strona główna | kalendarium | regulamin serwisu | pliki cookies | kontakt
Portal jest współfinansowany przez Unię Europejską w ramach środków Europejskiego Funduszu Społecznego.

© 2005-2018 Polska Agencja Rozwoju Przedsiębiorczości