The World in Economic Crisis

The World in Economic Crisis

Remarks from the SYLFF Community

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The economic crisis initiated by the collapse of Lehman Brothers turned out stronger and broader than anyone expected. From banking and financial sectors in the U.S. it spread especially to Europe, and, to lesser extent, to Asia. Having in mind the meaning of the problem, Jagiellonian University SYLFF Fellows Association (JUSFA) decided to invite representatives of its counterparts from all around the world to a scientific conference Europe and the World in Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities. The conference became the main part of the 20lh anniversary of the SYLFF program at the Jagiellonian University. The celebrations took place in the Main Hall of Collegium Maius on September 7th, 2012. The main organizers of the event were the Nippon Foundation, the Tokyo Foundation, the Jagiellonian University SYLFF Steering Committee, and the Jagiellonian University SYLFF Fellows Association. Among honorable guests of the event were the representatives of the Tokyo Foundation and the Nippon Foundation with its President, Mr. Yohei Sasakawa, the son of Mr. Ryoichi Sasakawa, the principal funder of SYLFF who signed the documents in 1992 thus initiating a very successful scholarship program for M.A. and PhD. students. Other guests included the authorities of the University, with Rector Wojciech Nowak and Vice-Rector Andrzej Mania the members of JU Steering Committee and SYLFF Fellows from Poland and different countries. Based on the presentations from the conference and discussions followed, eight SYLFF fellows from five countries (Hungary, Indonesia, Latvia, Portugal, and Poland), decided to prepare set of papers analyzing both national and multilateral dimensions of the economic crisis, including its social, political or cultural ramifications. Peer reviewed papers were published in this monograph, becoming a contribution to future academic discussion of the Marcin Grabowski, Pawel Laidler


Liczba stron143
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
ISBN-13978-83-233-3554-2
Język publikacjiangielski
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  Ilona Baumane-Vitolina    9
  Change Management Experience in the Baltic States    9
    Introduction    9
    Theoretical background of the research    10
    Research methodology    13
    Main findings    15
    Baltic managers from a Western perspective    18
    Conclusion and implementation for managers    23
      References    24
  The Challenges of Economic Crisis in Portugal    25
    Introduction    25
    Economic growth, evolution of the Portuguese public accounts and outlook    26
    Memorandum of Understanding – the economic adjustment programme    36
      1. Fiscal sector    37
      2. Financial sector    38
      3. Labor market sector    38
      4. Competition and business environment sector    39
    Implementation of the economic adjustment programme    40
    Conclusion    41
      References    41
  The World in Economic Crisis: What Are the Causes and the Impact on Asia, Particularly Indonesia?    43
    Introduction    43
    The causes of economic crisis    44
      1. The global financial crisis in 2008    44
      2. The sovereign debt crisis of the euro area    45
      Causes of European Union debt crisis    47
    The European debt crisis: implications for Asia    48
      Impact of the crisis    49
      Public debt financing in Asia less at risk    49
      Systemic implications for macroeconomic coordination in Asia and the Pacific    52
    The Euro crisis and its impact on Indonesia’s economy    54
    Conclusion    55
      References    56
  Monetary Integration in Europe and Asia and Economic Crises    57
    Optimum currency area    58
    European monetary union and convergence criteria    60
    Asian monetary integration?    67
    Conclusion    70
      References    72
  Holistic Approach and Intellectual Property    75
    1. Economic crises and intellectual property    75
    2. IP and economic growth    76
    3. How are IPRs structured?    79
    4. NIPOs adapting to changing realities: the holistic approach    84
    5. Copyright issues in the portfolio of national IP offices    85
    6. Increased attention to enforcement issues among the NIPOs    87
    7. Innovation support and NIPOs    90
    8. Conclusion: a holistic approach in the administration of IPRs    91
      References    92
  Opportunities and Challenges for Tourism between European and Southeast Asian Countries    95
    Introduction    95
    Tourism in Europe    97
    Economics in Southeast Countries    99
      Top Ten Country/Regional Sources of Visitors to ASEAN as of 30 June 2012    101
      ASEAN Tourism Strategic Plan 2011–2015    104
    Analysis    104
    Conclusion    105
      References    106
  The Economic Crisis in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Elections: Challenges and Expectations    107
    References    123
  The Role of Dynamic Democracy in the Formation of Europe-level Solidarity and Identity    127
    1. Introduction    127
      1.1. Preliminary comments on the context    127
      1.2. A theoretically-minded lead-in    128
      1.3. The role of subsystem structures in the social inclusion of economy    130
      1.4. The possible roles of ‘state’ and politics in the process of Europeanization    131
    2. Models of interpretation    133
      2.1. The social-theoretical basis of the policies aiming at mitigating inequities    133
      2.2. Interactions between subsystems of society    134
    3. Dynamic democracy    135
      3.1. Ideal types of representational politics in the 19th and 20th centuries    135
      3.2. Changing trends in political representation at the turn of the millennium    135
      3.3. The inactivity of the EU and representation    136
      3.4. How is efficient EU-representation possible in popular democracies?    137
    4. The mutual irritations of subsystems: interpenetration of specific policies....    138
    5. Summary    139
      References    140
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