Adam Czyzewski

Archives for Development Policy

Empirical knowledge of innovations can be gained from the IT sector, which abounds in new ideas and innovations. Looking at how quickly tablets and smartphones became commonplace in our daily lives, it seems that in only a decade we may expect to see our roads travelled by electric cars and electricity being generated using wind… » read more

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We are creating the independent potential of our economy, covering the complete value chain – from concept development and R&D up to the final product reaching global markets. By investing in innovation, we are creating new demand (innovation addresses latent demand), which make our investment projects less susceptible to fluctuations in the economic cycle. We… » read more

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As it happened, I was unable to attend the lecture by Prof. Finn E. Kydland and Prof. Edward C. Prescott, entitled ‘The Poor Economic Performances in the EU and the US: Problems are Political, not Economic’, which took place on June 24th in Warsaw. I was in Sopot at that time, presenting the energy and… » read more

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European Energy Union

The union grows through crises – this phrase yields some 20 million search results about the European Union, even without clarifying what kind of union is meant, while searches related to the growth vision for the European Union, run in various configurations, return 500 thousand results at best. This is several times less than in… » read more

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Any strategy refers to specific external factors. In the case of oil companies, macroeconomic variables can include crude oil prices, product margins and the price of the US dollar. As changes in these variables have a strong effect on financial flows, assumptions about their future values are an important element of all business strategies. Since… » read more

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