Adam Czyzewski

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Government institutions have a considerable role to play in creating breakthrough innovations. However, as experience demonstrates, not all forms of the state’s involvement in promoting innovation give rise to revolutionary technologies, and they are always paid for with taxpayers’ money. According to the latest studies on how landmark innovations that emerged in the IT, pharmaceutical… » read more

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Being a hot topic of discussion, innovations seem to be everywhere. But when we try to take a closer look, they are like Winnie-the-Pooh’s best friend: ‘the more he looked inside the more Piglet wasn’t there’. Why don’t we have technological innovations in Poland despite the abundance of innovative ideas, start-up companies and support programmes… » read more

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Last Monday, I took part in the Rzeczpospolita daily newspaper’s economic debate entitled ‘The end of the free market? Origins of the crisis’. Three questions were sent to the participants by the host: Have capitalism and the free market discredited themselves? What is the alternative to the free market? Which economic system should we choose?… » read more

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The European Union has opened a debate on how to stimulate the European economy. In the meantime, preparations are under way for negotiations over the European climate and energy policy. In both cases, the debate is about how to encourage entrepreneurs to invest. The European Commission is working on a way to compel unwilling businesses… » read more

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