Prof. Harold JAMES: Poland’s Success
Prof. Harold JAMES

Prof. Harold JAMES

Poland’s Success

The collapse of Soviet communism was a process that began in Poland, with the Solidarnosc movement eventually overcoming an oppressive and inhumane order. A powerful motivation in that drive was the desire to reconnect with international institutions and with Europe.

Marek DIETL: Capital markets of the Three Seas region – (un)used potential
Marek DIETL

Marek DIETL

Capital markets of the Three Seas region – (un)used potential

There are two poles of fast economic growth in the European Union – Ireland in the West and the twelve countries of the Three Seas Initiative whose economies have grown by 2.8% per annum since they joined the EU. International investors are yet to use the full potential of that rapid pace of development in the region.

Beata DASZYŃSKA-MUZYCZKA: Overcoming the economic legacy of WW2
Beata DASZYŃSKA-MUZYCZKA

Beata DASZYŃSKA-MUZYCZKA

Overcoming the economic legacy of WW2

Poland is one of those countries that have suffered the greatest losses in the course of the 20th century. 6 million Poles were killed during WW2. As compensation for its Eastern Borderlands, Poland was given the ruined regions of Silesia and Pomerania.

Marcin CHLUDZIŃSKI: Independence is good for the economy
Marcin CHLUDZIŃSKI

Marcin CHLUDZIŃSKI

Independence is good for the economy

It is economy that is one of the foundations of sovereignty. There are some areas of the economy were Polish companies already rank among global champions.