PL EN


2015 | 3(33) | 16-40
Article title

Jak awansować w światowej lidze gospodarczej? Kraje Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej w globalnych łańcuchach wartości

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EN
How to climb up the World Economic League Table? Central and Eastern Europe in global value chains
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Abstracts
PL
Głównym celem artykułu jest przedstawienie właściwości współczesnej fali globalizacji na gruncie koncepcji globalnych łańcuchów wartości (ang. global value chains, GVC) oraz wyciągnięcie pozytywnych i normatywnych wniosków, jakie z niej płyną dla państw Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej. W szczególności zarysowano naturę wyzwań, przed którymi obecnie stoją te kraje, oraz dokonano refleksji nad pożądanymi kierunkami polityk publicznych. Szczególną uwagę poświęcono rozwojowi technologicznemu umożliwiającemu uzyskiwanie wysokiej wartości dodanej. Rozważania teoretyczne uzupełniono i poparto argumentami empirycznymi w postaci opracowanych przez autorów wskaźników udziału gospodarek w GVC, a także wnioskami z literatury przedmiotu.
EN
The main objective of the article is to present the characteristics of the contemporary wave of globalization on the basis of the concept of global value chains (GVCs) and to draw on this basis positive and normative implications for the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. In particular, we have outlined the nature of the challenges currently faced by these countries and reflected on the desirable directions of public policies. Special attention has been given to technological development that enables gaining high value added. Theoretical considerations have been supplemented and supported by empirical arguments in the form of indices of integration of economies in the GVCs, as well as by the conclusions from the economic literature.
Contributors
  • Katedra Gospodarki i Administracji Publicznej, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie
  • Instytut Ekonomii i Zarządzania, Uniwersytet Jagielloński
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