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 Research projects

 

Professor Józef Olszyński

  • Participation at research grant financed by the NCN [2011-12, scientific leader: Prof. M. Weresa]; publications:  1. Assessment of competitiveness of the German economy in foreign trade 2. Assessment of human capital and its utilization.
  • Yearly statutory research – Leader and co-author; 2012: New trends in German economy and Polish-German economic relations.


Professor Jurgen Wandel

  • [2008 – 2012] Agro holdings in Russia: Emergence, Operation and Prospects”, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), project was conducted in cooperation with Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO) in Halle (Saale) / Germany and partners from Russia. Results in publication: J. Wandel, [2011]: Integrated Structures in Russia’s Agro-food Sector: Emergence, operation, prospects and economic impact) (Habilitation thesis). 
  • Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe, Vol. 63, Halle (Saale) (http://www.iamo.de/dok/sr_vol63.pdf). 
  • [2013 – 2013] Statutory research of the German Economy Research Unit: „Current Trends in the German Economy and Polish-German economic relations” – scientific coordinator: Prof. dr hab. J. Olszyński. Publication: „Current Trends in the Agro and Food Sector in Germany and in the Polish-German Agro trade“, to be published at the end of 2013.


Professor Andreas Bielig

  • [2010-2012]: Research Project: „Accumulation of the human capital and innovation as long-term determinants of the competitiveness in international trade. Implications for Poland.” Project of the Word Economy Institute conducted for the Polish Education and Information Ministry. October 2011, Warsaw School of Economics. 
  • [2008-2009]: Research Project: ‘International standards in intellectual property management and implications for Poland’. Project has been conducted by the World Economy Institute financed by Polish Education Ministry, February 2008. Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw. 
  • [2006-2007]: Research Project of the European Union INTERREG III C, Section Enable „Manage SME” conducted with partners from Germany, Austria, Norwegian and Poland, funded by the 7th Framework Program of the EU, TU of Ilmenau, Ilmenau.


Ewa Sońta-Drączkowska, PhD

Yearly statutory research of the German Economy Research Unit on:

  • [2012]: „Polish investments in Germany”; scientific coordinator: Prof. J. Olszyński.
  • [2013]: „The role of service sector in the Polish-German relations”; scientific coordinator: Prof. J. Olszyński.
  • [2014-2015]: „Innovation strategies of German multi-national corporations – selected case studies”; scientific coordinator: Prof. J. Olszyński.
 
 
 

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