Europejski Kongres Gospodarczy '2015

AGENDA

10.00-12.00

Inaugural session

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Inaugural session

Opening of the Congress and reception of Guests

10.00-10.30

Opening speech

10.30-12.00

300 billion for the new Europe. The large-scale investment programme of the European Union

  • How to break stagnation in the economy? Demographic, political and economic risks
  • The capital, regulations and leverage: the mechanics of the new financial vehicle
  • More freedom and more responsibility: a comparison with previously used investment support mechanisms 
  • The role of the European Commission, financial market institutions and private investors
  • The need for wise priorities. Which objectives will the funds be spent on?
  • An opportunity to take a quantum leap. Results for Europe: industry, technologies, infrastructure and the labour market
  • The new EU financial framework in Member States. Case: EUR 300 billion for Poland
12.30-14.00

Innovative Europe: a time of taking specific actions

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Innovative Europe: a time of taking specific actions

  • The new economy in Europe and worldwide: the ones who keep chasing and the ones being caught up with
  • Whom do we compete with? Leaders of the knowledge - based economy and their achievements
  • Putting an end to simple reserves that drive growth. Dilemmas of Central Europe
  • Stimulating innovations in the economy: assumptions, experience and implementation practice
  • The state, business and science. Do universal cooperation standards exist?
  • Does an alternative to European innovations exist? “Innovate or perish”

The role of the state in the economy.

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The role of the state in the economy.

 
  • Free market dilemmas in the time of stagnation. Expectations with regard to the state
  • Smart interventionism or manual control? When the state enters the sphere of economy
  • Direct involvement: the state as the owner of multiple companies
  • Cooperation between business and the state: benefits and traps
  • Privatisation and the areas of business activity reserved to the state
  • Is the state able to compensate for economic imbalance, or does it rather contribute to its deepening?
  • Areas that need regulations. Quality and stability of the law. The phenomenon of over-regulation and its consequences
  • Economic patriotism or protectionism: walking a thin line. Concerns about the free market

A healthy hospital. What does it mean? Part 1

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A healthy hospital. What does it mean? Part 1

  • The financial situation of hospitals in Poland. Obligations and liquidity of medical entities versus the continuity of healthcare services being provided and patient safety
  • Running costs incurred by medical entities: an analysis of selected indicators in recent years
  • The organisation and financing of medical treatment: solutions in selected medical fields from the perspective of both the payer and the managers who run hospitals
  • Restructuring, conversion of medical entities and consolidation processes: plans held by self-government
  • Conditions for private investors to invest their capital in the hospital sector

India - Central Europe Economic Meeting

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India - Central Europe Economic Meeting

  • Tradition, experience and prospects of economic cooperation between India and Poland, as well as between India and the countries of Central Europe
  • Strategic economic partnership between the EU and India, and the EU-India FTA as new frameworks of economic cooperation
  • The dynamics of the economic development of India. The scale of import and investment needs versus the possibilities of satisfying them
  • Promising industries in the context of economic and trade cooperation between Europe and India
  • India as an exporter - current state and the potential. Indian capital being invested in Europe and worldwide
  • Distance, cultural and legal differences, customs and non-tariff legislation, and other barriers to the development of economic cooperation
  • Protection of the Indian market versus investors from abroad. Business partnership and market access
14.45-17.00

Energy, industry and climate, or three-in-one

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Energy, industry and climate, or three-in-one

  • The influence of the EU climate policy on the competitiveness of the economy. It is time to draw some conclusions
  • The price of energy - the price of independence. The idea of European energy solidarity versus security and economic growth
  • Reindustrialisation versus environmental protection standards. What types of industry should be present in Europe?
  • How to translate the holistic approach to the economy and climate into the language of European regulations?

Challenges of the global economy. New markets and new directions

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Challenges of the global economy. New markets and new directions

  • Traditional output markets for the economies of Central Europe: yesterday and today
  • The influence of long - term consequences of the crisis on the volume of the European trade
  • Our neighbours are in trouble. The European Union versus Northern Africa, Middle East and Eastern Europe
  • Features of distant markets - Asia, Africa and South America. Opportunities and limitations
  • Development in the regional market (Central Europe) as an alternative to global expansion
  • The changing role of global barons - USA and China. European advantages in economic relations
14.45-16.30

A healthy hospital. What does it mean? Part 2

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A healthy hospital. What does it mean? Part 2

  • Hospital insurance and clinical risk management
  • Improving the quality of healthcare services is costly, but there is no other way
  • Outsourcing in healthcare: new directions
  • Investment in hospitals in the financial framework 2014-2020
  • Purchases of medical devices and equipment: selected financial and legal aspects

The social capital

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The social capital

  • Social determinants of economic development in Poland - current state and new trends
  • Deficiency in social capital and its influence on the development of entrepreneurship and innovations
  • How to build trust in business relationships effectively?
  • Competition versus cooperation in the economy. Stimulating the willingness to cooperate
  • Social innovations in Europe and Poland - their influence on the economy, the pace of development and the labour market A review of cases

Young leaders on the future of Europe A debate with the participation of politicians and business representatives

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Young leaders on the future of Europe A debate with the participation of politicians and business representatives

  • The situation of the young generation of Europeans in the labour market. New models of professional activity
  • Major European development challenges as seen by the young generation
  • The future of the euro area versus the prospects of development of Member States
  • The restoration of industry in Europe and the condition of the environment. The EU climate policy
  • Energy security and political security in the current international situation
  • Migrations within the European Union and immigration to Europe – opportunities and risks
  • Do different generations have common problems? Demographic trends and social security systems