IV konferencja (2011)

4. Międzynarodowa Konferencja Azja-Pacyfik
„Faces of Competitiveness in Asia Pacific. Region – Country – Enterprises”
21st November 2011, University of Economics, Wroclaw

Program konferencji

9:30 Otwarcie Konferencji

JM Rektor UE: prof. zw. dr hab. Bogusław Fiedor
Kierownik Konferencji: dr hab. Bogusława Drelich–Skulska, prof. UE

10:00 – 11:30 I Sesja Plenarna

  1. Makoto Yamanaka: Japan’s Competitive Edge and Growth Strategy
  2. Ruth Pearce: Regional Networks and Partnerships in the Asia-Pacific Region: An Australian Perspective
  3. Yoshiaki Sato: Constructing an Imagined Community in East Asia: A Bottom-Up Approach for Community Building
  4. Katarzyna Żukrowska: Why Asian Economies are Competitive? Example of Japan and China

11:30 – 12:20 Przerwa kawowa

12:20 – 14:00 II Sesja Plenarna

  1. Alain Ruche: From Competition to Collaboration? Some Perspectives for EU-Asia Relations
  2. Guenter Heiduk, Agnieszka McCaleb: Competitiveness of Chinese MNEs: Innovation versus Imitation – Branding versus Price – Acquiring versus Developing?
  3. Marcin Jałowiecki: Asia Cities as a Future Potential Financial Centers of the World
  4. Elżbieta Czarny, Jerzy Menkes, Paweł Folfas: Competitiveness or Political Power – Reasons for Chinese FDI in Africa
  5. Bogusława Skulska: Entrepreneurship as a Factor Shaping the Competitive Capacity of Malaysia in the 21st century

14:00 Dyskusja i podsumowanie