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Professor Arkadiusz Michał Kowalski
  • A.M. Kowalski (2018), Benefits of Broadening the Analysis of International Competitiveness: The Case of CEE Countries, AIB Insights, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 7-11 (published in Polish).
  • M.A. Weresa, A.M. Kowalski, E.B. Sieńko-Kułakowska (2017), Rozwój klastrów i metody ewaluacji, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH - Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie, Warszawa (published in Polish).
  • M.A. Weresa, A.M. Kowalski, M. Mackiewicz (2017), The National Innovation System of the Republic of Poland: Policy Implications for Korea and V4 Countries, in: Korea Development Institute, 2016/17 Knowledge Sharing Program with Visegrad Group: Science, Technology, and Innovation Policies for Economic Development: Korea and Visegrad Group, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea, pp. 203-241 (published in English).
  • M.A. Weresa, A.M. Kowalski, M. Mackiewicz (2017), Promotion of Technology Commercialization: Policies Supporting Startups in Poland, in: Korea Development Institute,  2016/17 Knowledge Sharing Program with Visegrad Group: Science, Technology, and Innovation Policies for Economic Development: Korea and Visegrad Group, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea, pp. 423-444 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2017), The Internationalization of Polish Business Clusters, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2017. Internationalization and Poland’s Competitive Position, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, p. 245-258 (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2016), Territorial location of ICT cluster initiatives and ICT-related sectors in Poland, in: Drewello, Bouzar & Helfer (eds), Clusters as a Driving Power of the European Economy, Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 49-66 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2016), Poland, an emerging European ICT hub?, Baltic Rim Economies, Iss. 4, p. 25. (published in Polish)
  • A.M. Kowalski (2016), Cluster Policy in Poland and its Role for the Competitiveness of Enterprises, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2016. The role of economic policy and institutions, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, pp. 225-239 (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2015), Internationalization of firms. A Manual for Students, Warsaw School of Economics (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2016), Increasing European Innovation Potential through Common Investments in Priority Research Infrastructures, World Economy Research Institute (WERI) Working Paper No 325, ISSN 2083-9057, Warsaw School of Economics. (published in English)
  • M.S. Lewandowska, A.M. Kowalski (2015), The cooperation of Polish enterprises in innovation and EU financial support, Gospodarka Narodowa, Vol.4(278), pp. 69-89 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2015), The Development of Social Innovation in Poland and Other EU Countries, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2015. Innovation and Poland's Performance in 2007-2014, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, pp. 261-280 (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski, B. Michorowska (2014), Innovativeness: Basic Definitions and Economic Interpretation. Methods for measuring innovation, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Innovation, Human Capital and Trade Competitiveness. How are They Connected and Why Do They Matter?, Washington, D.C.: Springer, pp. 73-78 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2014), International Competitiveness of Countries with Dynamic Innovation Systems. Case study: Ireland, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Innovation, Human Capital and Trade Competitiveness. How are They Connected and Why Do They Matter?, Washington, D.C.: Springer, pp. 204-228 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski, A. Marcinkowski (2014), Clusters versus cluster initiatives, with focus on ICT sector in Poland, European Planning Studies, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 20-45. (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski, M.S. Lewandowska (2014), Cluster and non-cluster innovation cooperation of Polish enterprises. Searching for behavioural additionality, Working Paper accepted fot the 40th European International Business Academy (EIBA) Annual Conference in Uppsala, 2014 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski, M.A. Weresa (2014), Innovation in the medical devices industry – case study of RAVIMED Ltd., Poland, in: J. Shorley, J. Williams (eds), SLIM Ideas-to-market case studies, Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University, pp. 49-72 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2014), Foreign Trade and Foreign Direct Investment as External Factors of Innovativeness of The Economy of Ireland, in: A. Budnikowski, A. Kuźnar (eds), New processes in the world economy. Implications for Poland, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, pp. 369-379 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski, T.M. Napiórkowski (2014), Statistical Analysis of Quantitative Data, Textbook prepared for the purposes of International Doctoral Programme in Management and Economics organized within the Collegium of World Economy at Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2014), The role of innovative clusters in the process of internationalization of firms, Journal of Economics, Business and Management, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 181-185 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2014), Foreign trade and Foreign Direct Investment as external factors of innovativeness of the economy of Ireland, in: Budnikowski A., Kuźnar A. (eds), New processes in the world econommy, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2014), A New Approach to Innovation Policy in Poland as a Result of EU Entry, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Poland Competitiveness Report 2014: A Decade in the European Union, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, pp. 250-264 (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2013), The role of clusters for the innovativeness of the economy in Poland, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing (392 pages, published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2013), Competitiveness of regions in Poland and the development of industrial clusters, in: M.A. Weresa (red.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2013. National and Regional Dimensions, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2013), The impact of industrial clusters on the innovativeness of business firms in Poland, World Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 73-84 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2012), The importance of innovation for the competitiveness of Ireland in foreign trade, in: T. Rynarzewski, E. Mińska-Struzik (ed.), The importance of innovation for international competitiveness of the economy, “Scientific Papers of the Economic University in Poznań”, Nr 246, s. 70-81 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2012), Development of clusters in Poland and their role for economic competitiveness, International Journal of Economics and Finance Studies, Vol 4, No  2, pp. 11-20 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski, A. Marcinkowski (2012), Cluster structures as growth poles for the economy on the example of Bavarian Biotechnology Cluster, Gospodarka Narodowa, Vol. 253, Nr 9, pp. 61–78 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2012), The role of clusters for the innovativeness of enterprises in Poland, Scientific Papers of the University of Szczecin, No. 719, pp. 177-190 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2012), The role of clusters in the transfer of knowledge from science to the economy, with focus on the selected countries of the Baltic Sea Region, in: M. Weresa, K. Poznańska (eds), Processes of knowledge creation and transfer of scientific and technological achievements into business, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics, pp. 103–142 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski, A. Marcinkowski (2012), The problem of preparation the food packaging waste for recycling in Poland, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, Vol. 69, pp. 10– 16 (published in English).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2011), The impact of economic crisis on the processes of cooperation and competition, Master of Business Administration, No.2(109)/2011, pp. 30–42 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2011), Innovativeness of Poland’s manufacturing, in: M. Weresa (ed.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2011. Focus on manufacturing, World Economy Research Institute, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2011), European initiatives for increasing innovativeness and competitiveness of the economy through internationalization of clusters, European Studies, No.1(57)/2011, pp. 79–100 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2010), The role of clusters in creating new forms of innovation, Optimum. Studia Ekonomiczne, No 3(47), pp. 246–262 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2010), The Role of Clusters in Enhancing Ties between Science and Business, in: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2010. Focus on Clusters, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski, K. Kładź (2010), Mapping clusters in Poland, in: M.A. Weresa (red.), Poland: Competitiveness Report 2010. Focus on Clusters, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing (published in English and in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2010), Cooperation in the framework of clusters as a factor increasing the innovativeness and competitiveness of the regions, Gospodarka Narodowa, No.5-6/2010, pp. 1–17 (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2010), Case study: Ireland, in: W. Bieńkowski (ed.), The competitiveness of Poland in the perspective of economic changes in OECD countries, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2009), Innovation policy, clusters and institutions for the technology commercialization, in: M. Weresa (ed.), Intellectual Property. Selected economic aspects, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2009), Clusters as a way to increase the innovativeness of the enterprises, in: E. Mińska-Struzik, T. Rynarzewski (eds), Technological shocks in the world economy, Poznań (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2009), Economical aspects of Intellectual Property, in: I. Ozimek (ed.), Creator of innovations in agribusiness, Warsaw (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2008), Institutional-legal aspects of innovation policy at the regional level, World Economy Research Institute, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics (published in Polish).
  • A.M. Kowalski (2008), Regional Policy of the European Union in Ireland and the United Kingdom in 1989-2006, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics (published in Polish).
Professor Guenter Heiduk
  • Heiduk, G. (2017). “Regional Production Networks: The Lessons from German-Central Europe Cooperation”. In: A. Bolesta (ed.), Post-Communist Development: Europe’s Experiences, Asia’s Challenges, Warsaw: Collegium Civitas, pp. 133-182.(ISBN 978-83-61067-55-9).
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2017).  “Germany’s Trade and FDI with CEEC’s”,  China-CEEC Think Tank Networks, available at: 16plus1-thinktank.com/1/20170807/1470.html.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2015). “What Motivates China’s Cities To Establish Partner Agreements With Cities In Asia?”  In: Dimensions of Regional Processes in the Asia-Pacific Region, edited by B. Drelich-Skulska, A.H. Jankowiak, S. Mazurek, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics Nr 413, pp. 52-61.
  • Hatch, W., Bair, J. and G. Heiduk (2015). “Connected Channels: MNCs and Production Networks in Global Trade”. In: The Oxford Handbook of the Political Economy of International Trade, edited by L.L.Martin, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 233-255.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). “Towards Tapping Visegrad Countries’ Full Potential for Attracting Chinese OFDI”. In: Chinese Investments and Financial Engagement in Visegrad Countries, edited by Ágnes Szunomár, Budapest: Institute of World Economics, 2014, pp. 142-178, also available online at: vki.hu/Chinese_financial_assistance_in_V4.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). “Chinese FDI and Financial Engagement in Poland”. In: Chinese Investments and Financial Engagement in Visegrad Countries, edited by Ágnes Szunomár, Budapest: Institute of World Economics, 2014, pp 55-73, also available at: vki.hu/Chinese_financial_assistance_in_V4.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). “China’s Third Stage of Openness: The IFDI-Trade-OFDI Nexus”. In:  Hongyu Wang (ed), The Reforming System of Global Governance and the Role of China, Conference Proceedings, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, P.R. China, pp 126-161.
  • Heiduk, G. (2014). “Transition Economies in Central and Eastern Europe: The Case of Poland in a Comparative Perspective”. In: Bolesta, A. (ed.) From Central Planning to Market: Poland’s Transformation in a Comparative Perspective and the Lessons for Myanmar, Bangkok: CUPH Publishers, pp 63-98.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2014). “International Competitiveness of Countries with Unbalanced Innovation Systems – Case Study: China”.  In: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Innovation, Human Capital and Trade Competitiveness – How are They Connected and Why Do They Matter?, Berlin, New York: Springer, pp 379-415.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2013). “Characteristics of China’s Trade”. In: A. McCaleb (ed.), China’s Changing Competitiveness: Shaking-up or Waking-up the European Union? Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press.
  • Heiduk, G and McCaleb (2013). “EU and China: Overlapping Competitiveness, Cooperative Competitiveness, Exclusive Competencies?”. In: A. McCaleb (ed.), China’s Changing Competitiveness: Shaking-up or Waking-up the European Union? Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press.
  • Heiduk, G and Y Yan (2013). “European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Origins, Emergence, Governance”. In: Journal of Xi’an Jiatong University, 33(1), pp 1-8 (in Chinese).
  • Heiduk, G (2013). “The Puzzle of Globalization, Challenges for International Management” In: S. Kisgen, A. Dresen, W. Faix (eds.), International Management, Stuttgart, pp 125-184.  
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2012). “CSR Strategies in Greater China: Global, East Asian, American, European Style?”. In: International Journal of Management and Economics, 37 (1), pp169-189.   
  • Heiduk, G, Jiang, Y, Krusiewicz, M and A McCaleb (2012). “Do China’s OFDI Substitute or Complement Trade: Case Studies of OFDI in Africa and Europe”. In: G Heiduk and A. McCaleb (eds.), The Role of Openness in China’s Post-Crisis Growth Strategy: Implications for the EU. Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 93-130.
  • Heiduk, G (2012). “Is Innovation-based Competitiveness in Trade Crisis-resistant? The Case of China”. In: Innovation Sources of Economies in Eastern Asia, edited by B Skulska and AH Jankowiak, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics, 256, pp 23-34.   
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (eds) (2012). “The Role of Openness in China’s Post-Crisis Growth Strategy: Implications for the EU”, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, 2012.
  • Aizenman, J, Cheng, YS, Cheong, J, Heiduk, G et al (Contributors) (2012). “Progress of Asian Economic Integration – Annual Report 2011”, edited by G Lin and K-Y Wong, Boao Forum for Asia, Beijing: Asian Development Bank and University of International Business and Economics Press.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2011). “Competitiveness of Chinese MNEs: Innovation versus Imitation - Branding versus Price - Acquiring versus Developing?”. In: Faces of Competitiveness in Asia Pacific, edited by B Skulska and AH Jankowiak, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics, 192, pp 117-127.  
  • Heiduk, G (2011). “Can the European Union Escape from the Demographic Depression?” In:  Economic Growth in China and Europe: Development in the Financial Sector and Labor Market, edited by Y Ma, D Cassel and M Taube. Economic Studies on Asia, Vol. 10.  Marburg: Metropolis Verlag, pp 355-388.                                                      
  • Chinese edition:  “Ou-meng neng bi-mian ren-kou xia-jiang de qu-shi ma”. In:  Changqi jingji zengzhang dui Zhongguo yu Ouzhou de tiaozhan, edited by Y. Ma, M. Taube, D. Cassel, Beijing: Economic Science Publishing House, pp 379-402. 
  • Heiduk, G and K Press (2011). “Cheng-shi chan-ye ji-qun neng-fou cu-jin jing-ji zeng-zhang - yi de-guo wei li“ (“Do Clusters Promote Economic Growth – The Case of Germany“. In: Changqi jingji zengzhang dui Zhongguo yu Ouzhou de tiaozhan, edited by Y Ma, M Taube, D Cassel, Beijing: Economic Science Publishing House, 2011, pp 83-96.   
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2011). “One Size Fits All: Is the Asian Development State Model or the Western Integration Model Suitable to Facilitate Albania’s Integration into the European Union?”. In: Economic Policy and EU Integration, 3rd International Scientific Conference, Proceedings Book 2, edited by “Aleksander Moisiu” University, Durres, pp 132-146.  
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2011). “Introduction.” In: Heiduk, G. and McCaleb, A. (eds.). China’s Choices after the Current Economic Crisis: Going Global, Regional, National? Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 5-9.  
  • Heiduk, G and J Holslag (2011). “China’s Opening-up in the 1980s and 1990s”. In: Heiduk, G and A Caleb (eds.). China’s Choices after the Current Economic Crisis: Going Global, Regional, National?,  Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 11- 26. 
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2011). “China’s Going Regional: China’s Role in Asia.” In: Heiduk, G and A Caleb (eds.). China’s Choices after the Current Economic Crisis: Going Global, Regional, National?, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 49-67.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2011). “Conclusion.” In: Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (eds.). China’s Choices after the Current Economic Crisis: Going Global, Regional, National?, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 151-153.
  • Heiduk, G (2011). “Introduction.” In: G Heiduk, M-J Radlo, L Zhang, Off-shoring and Outsourcing in the Banking Sector – Evidence from Poland and China, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 7-9.
  • Heiduk, G (2011). “Definitions, Opinions, Images, Evidence.” In: G Heiduk, M-J Radlo, L Zhang, Off-shoring and Outsourcing in the Banking Sector – Evidence from Poland and China, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 11-50.
  • Heiduk, G (2011). “Fragmentation of Production Processes and Offshore Outsourcing with Particular Reference to the Banking Sector: Empiricism, Theory, Strategy, Policy.” In: G Heiduk, M-J Radlo, L Zhang, Off-shoring and Outsourcing in the Banking Sector – Evidence from Poland and China, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 51-81.
  • Heiduk, G and L Zhang (2011). “Outsourcing/Offshoring in the Chinese Banking Sector”. In: G Heiduk, M-J Radlo, L Zhang, Off-shoring and Outsourcing in the Banking Sector – Evidence from Poland and China, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press,  pp. 109-159.
  • Heiduk, G, Radlo, M-J and L Zhang (2011). “Comparing Offhore Outsourcing in Poland and China” (with L. Zhang and M.-J. Radlo). In: G Heiduk, M-J Radlo, L Zhang, Off-shoring and Outsourcing in the Banking Sector – Evidence from Poland and China, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp. 161-166.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (eds) (2011). “China’s Choices after the Current Economic Crisis: Going Global, Regional, National?” Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press.
  • Heiduk, G, Radlo, M-J and L Zhang (2011). “Off-shoring and Outsourcing in the Banking Sector – Evidence from Poland and China”, Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press.
  • Aizenman, J, Cheng, YS, Cheong, J, Heiduk, G et al (Contributors) (2010). “Progress of Asian Economic Integration – Annual Report 2009”, edited by G Lin and K-Y Wong, Boao Forum for Asia, Beijing: Asian Development Bank and University of International Business and Economics Press.
  • Heiduk, G and A Szczypa (2010). “Does China Switch from its “Invite-In-Go-Out” Strategy toward a “Block-and-Attack” Strategy? Implications for Europe”. In: Asia – Europe. Partnership or Rivalry?, edited by B Skulska, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics, Wroclaw, 126, pp 339-349. 
  • Heiduk, G and R Rapacki (2009). “The Road from Plan to Market: Comparing Poland and China". In: North Korea, East Asia, and the Transformation of Socialist Systems: Institutional Frameworks and the European Experience, edited by R Frank and S Burghart, Vienna: Praesens Publisher, pp. 187-221.
  • Heiduk, G and Y Zhu (2009). “The Process of Economic Integration in ASEAN+3: Balancing Trade and Monetary Integration”. In: PJJ Welfens, C Ryan, S Chirathivat, and F Knipping (eds), The EU- ASEAN Facing Economic Globalization, Berlin: Springer, pp 73-96.
  • Heiduk, G and C Schabbel (2008). “Die Auswirkungen von Globalisierung und Wachstum auf Energie- und Rohstoffmärkte in Japan und Deutschland“. In: W Klenner, H Watanabe (eds), Neupositionierung regionaler Führungskräfte: Deutschland und Japan, Bern: Peter Lang Verlag, pp. 87-110.
  • Heiduk, G (2008). “European Studies in China: Recent Developments and Perspectives”, in: M Holland, S Jora, P Ryan (eds), The Future of European Studies in Asia, Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation, pp 52-69.
Marta Mackiewicz, PhD
  • Mackiewicz, M and A  Dąbrowska (2012). “Determinants of innovation in Mazovia region”.  Mazowsze. Regional Studies, Mazovian Office for Regional Planning, No 10, Warsaw.
  • Mackiewicz, M, et al (2010). “Analysis of the current state, the potential and the directions for further development of institutions supporting innovation in Lower Silesia”, the Marshall Office of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw.
  • Mackiewicz, M, Pollock, R and P Fabrowska (2009). “Regional Innovation Potential and Development Strategies: The Case of Poland”. In: W Molle and J Djarova (eds), Enhancing the Effectiveness of Innovation: New Roles for Key Players, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp 229-252.
  • Mackiewicz, M (ed.), (2008). “Benchmarking of technology parks”, Polish Agency of Enterprise Development, Warsaw.
  • Mackiewicz, M (2008). “Innovative Potential of the Polish Regions – Measuring Innovations in a Regional Economy”. In: M Weresa and W Leal Filho (eds), Fostering Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in European Regions, Bern: Peter Lang, pp 173-186.
  • Mackiewicz, M and M Gomulka (2008). “Activities of Spin-off Companies – A Case of Mazovia Region in Poland”. In: M Weresa and W Leal Filho (eds), Fostering Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in European Regions, Bern: Peter Lang, pp 187-206.
  • Mackiewicz, M,  Malinowska-Misiąg, E and  M Tomalak, (2008) “The self-government units in Poland. Financial Data”. In: Armin Bohnet (ed.), Poland on its Way to a Federal State?, Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, pp 165 – 222. 
Agnieszka McCaleb, PhD
  • Drahokoupil J, McCaleb A, Pawlicki P, Szunomár Á, (2017). Huawei in Europe: strategic integration of local capabilities in a global production network. In book: Chinese investment in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations, Publisher: European Trade Union Institute, Editors: Jan Drahokoupil, pp.211-229.
  • Szunomár Á, McCaleb A (2017). Chinese foreign direct investment in central and eastern Europe: an institutional perspective. In: Chinese investment in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations, Publisher: European Trade Union Institute, Editors: Jan Drahokoupil, pp.121-140.
  • Szunomár Á, McCaleb A, Chen X (2017). Economic Relations between China and Central and Eastern Europe: Trade and Investment Issues. In: China's Relations with Central and Eastern Europe From "Old Comrades" to New Partners, Editor: Weiqing Song, Publisher: Routledge.
  • McCaleb A. and Szunomár Á (2016). Comparing Chinese, Japanese and South Korean FDI in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Joanna Wardęga (ed.), China - Central and Eastern Europe Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Society, Business and Education in Transition, Jagiellonian University Press, Krakow, pp. 199-212.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2015): What Motivates China's Cities to Establish Partner Agreements with Cities in Asia? IN: B. Drelich-Skulska, A. H. Jankowiak, S. Mazurek (eds.), Dimensions of Regional Processes in the Asia-Pacific Region, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics, Nr 413, pp. 52-61.
  • McCaleb A. (2015). China’s automobile industry: development, policies, internationalization. GDAŃSKIE STUDIA AZJI WSCHODNIEJ 2015/8, pp. 165-174.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). China’s Third Stage of Openness: The IFDI-Trade-OFDI Nexus. In: Hongyu Wang (ed), The Reforming System of Global Governance and the Role of China, Conference Proceedings, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, P.R. China, pp. 126-161.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). Chinese FDI and Financial Engagement in Poland, Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries: myth or reality? Szunomár Á (ed.), Budapest, Institute of World Economics, 2014, pp 55-73, available at: http://vki.hu/Chinese_financial_assistance_in_V4. pp 55-73.
  • Heiduk, G. and A. McCaleb (2014). Towards tapping Visegrad countries’ full potential for attracting Chinese OFDI, available at: vki.hu/Chinese_financial_assistance_in_V4.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2014). International Competitiveness of Countries with Unbalanced Innovation Systems – Case Study: China.  In: M.A. Weresa (ed.), Innovation, Human Capital and Trade Competitiveness – How are They Connected and Why Do They Matter?, Berlin, New York: Springer, pp. 379-415.
  • Heiduk, G and A McCaleb (2014). Production, Innovation, Information Networks in Asia: The Role of Institutions. In: B Skulska (ed.), Network Interrelations in the Asia-Pacific Region.​​
  • Heiduk, G. and McCaleb A. (2013). Międzynarodowa konkurencyjność państw o niezbilansowanych systemach innowacji. Studium przypadku: Chiny. In: Kapitał ludzki i innowacyjność jako czynniki długookresowych przewag konkurencyjnych w handlu międzynarodowym. Wnioski dla Polski. Oficyna Wydwnicza Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie, Warszawa, pp 441-458.
  • Heiduk, G. and McCaleb A. (2013). CSR strategies in Greater China: Global, East Asian, American, European Style? International Journal of Management and Economics, No 37.
  • McCaleb, A. (2012). China’s National Innovation System. In: „Innovation as a Factor of the Development of the Asia-Pacific Region”, edited by Przemyslaw Skulski, Research Papers of Wroclaw University of Economics, pp 113-124.
  • Heiduk, G., Jiang, Y., Krusiewicz, M, McCaleb, A. (2012). Do China’s OFDI Substitute or Complement Trade: Case Studies of OFDI in Africa and Europe. In: Heiduk, McCaleb (eds.),  The Role of Openness in China’s Post-Crisis Growth Strategy: Implications for the EU. Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 93-130.
  • McCaleb A. (2011). China Goes Global: Chinese Emerging Multinational Companies. In: Heiduk, G. and McCaleb, A. (eds.). China’s Choices after the Current Economic Crisis: Going Global, Regional, National? Warsaw School of Economics Press, pp 27-48.
  • Heiduk, G. and McCaleb, A. (2011). Competitiveness of Chinese MNEs: Innovation versus Imitation - Branding versus Price - Acquiring versus Developing? In: Faces of Competitiveness in Asia Pacific. Region – Country – Enterprises, edited by B. Skulska. Wroclaw University of Economics, pp 117-127.
  • Heiduk, G. and McCaleb, A. (2011). One Size Fits All: Is the Asian  Development State Model or the Western Integration Model Suitable to Facilitate Albania’s Integration into the European Union? In: Conference Proceedings of the Faculty of Economics and Administration, Aleksander Moisiu University of Durres, Albania, pp 132-146.
  • Heiduk, G. and McCaleb, A. (2010). Does China Switch from its “Invite-In-Go-Out” Strategy Toward a “Block-and-Attack” Strategy? Implications for Europe. In: Asia-Europe. Partnership or Rivalry?, edited by B. Skulska. Wroclaw University of Economics, pp 339-348.