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..:: ENTRE 2016 CONFERENCE PROGRAMME ::..
Day 1: April 7, 2016 (Thursday)
8:00 – 9:00
9:00 – 9:30
Registration of Participants
Grand Opening and Welcoming
Prof. Aleksy Pocztowski, PhD – Vice-Rector for Research
Prof. Krzysztof Wach, PhD – head of the Centre for Strategic and International Entrepreneurship
Remigiusz Lewandowski, PhD – Polish Security Printing Work
Building C, Hall, ground floor
Building C, Auditorium “Nowa Aula”
9:30 – 12:00
Plenary Session – Keynote speakers
Building C, Auditorium “Nowa Aula”
9:30 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:25
10:25 – 10:50
10:50 – 11:10
11:10 – 11:30
11:30 – 11:55
11:55 – 12:15
12:15 – 12:30
12:45 – 13:45
14:00 – 15:40
Prof. Garry D. Bruton, PhD, Texas Christian University (USA):
Poverty & Entrepreneurship - How we Move Forward
Prof. Jonathan Levie, PhD, University of Strathclyde (UK):
What Drives Entrepreneurship inside Organisations?
Plenary Discussion
Refreshment Break
Prof. Krzysztof Obłój, PhD, University of Warsaw & Koźmiński University (Poland):
Strategic Entrepreneurship: Remarks on Research Agenda in Emerging Economies
Prof. Aviv Shoham, PhD, University of Haifa (Israel):
Entrepreneurial Orientation: Do Our Measures of Performance Impact its Perceived Importance?
Plenary Discussion
Networking Announcements concerning ECSB and AIB-CEE
Lunch
Parallel Working Sessions #1
B152
Many Faces of Entrepreneurship 1of2
Chair: Prof. Andrzej Cieślik, PhD
Prof. Piotr Dominiak, PhD, Ewa Lechman,
PhD, Gdansk University of Technology
(Poland):
Entrepreneurship Vulnerability to Business
Cycle. A new methodology for identification
pro-cyclical and counter-cyclical patterns of
entrepreneurial activity.
B153
Entrepreneurship Ecosystem 1of3
Chair: Prof. Maja Szymura-Tyc, PhD
Prof. Li Dai, PhD, University of Western
Ontario (Canada):
Environment-tie configuration and firm
entrepreneurial payoff in an emerging economy
B053
Strategic Entrepreneurship 1of3
Chair: Prof. Mirosław Jarosiński, PhD
Prof. Przemysław Zbierowski, PhD, University
of Economics in Katowice (Poland):
Positive leadership and corporate entrepreneurship
– theoretical considerations and research
propositions
Raquel Sastre, PhD, Buenos Aires University
(Argentina):
An Analytical Methodology for Management
Prof. Frank Hälsig, PhD, Prof. Dr. Nicole
Schwarz; Prof. Dr. Stefan Selle, University of
Applied Sciences, Saarbrücken (Germany):
Prof. Jörg Freiling, PhD, Philipp Berger, PhD,
University of Bremen (Germany):
Getting off the Track to Found – Path Dependence
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Main Building, Senate Hall
Building B, rooms B152, 153, 053, 057
B057 (or 054)
International Entrepreneurship 1of2
Chair: Prof. Marzenna Weresa, PhD
Piotr Trapczyński, PhD, Marlena
Dzikowska, PhD, Prof. Barbara
Jankowska, PhD, Prof. Marian
Gorynia, PhD, Poznan University of
Economics and Business (Poland):
SMEs among ambitious internationalizers
in the global economic crisis realm – the
case of Poland
Mariola Ciszewska-Mlinaric, PhD,
Kozminski University (Poland):
Export intensity and the role of
Key success drivers of innovative technologies –
Empirical analysis of consumers’ acceptance of
mobile in-store payment
Rahatullah Muhammad Khan, PhD, Effat
University (Saudi Arabia):
Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Evolution Strategy
of Saudi Arabia
and Path Breaking within the Entrepreneurial
Process
institutional support. The evidence from
European SMEs.
Prof. Marta Gancarczyk, PhD, Jagiellonian
University (Poland):
The process of SME growth - the
integrated resource-based and transaction cost
approach
Rafał Kusa, PhD, AGH University of Science
and Technology (Poland):
Measuring Entrepreneurial Orientation in Social
Context
Prof. Hanna Godlewska Majkowska, PhD,
Agnieszka Komor, PhD, Magdalena Typa,
PhD student, Warsaw school of Economics
(Poland):
Special economic zones as growth and antigrowth poles as exemplified by Polish regions
Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD, Warsaw School of
Economics (Poland): Entrepreneurial Activities of
Communes in Creation of Competitive Advantages
at Regional Investment Markets – Entrepreneurial
Organization Model
Monika Fabińska, PhD, University of Lodz
(Poland):
Women's road to business success in the era of
equal opportunities policy
Prof. Beata Glinka, PhD, Marcin Darecki,
University of Warsaw (Poland):
Relations between public institutions and
entrepreneurs - selected aspects
Sławomir Wyciślak, PhD, Jagiellonian University
(Poland):
Towards Building The Leanagility Model
15:40 – 16:00
16:00 – 18:00
Networking break
B152
Youth Entrepreneurship
Chair: Prof. Przemek Zbierowski, PhD
Marian Holienka, PhD, prof. Anna Pilkova,
PhD, Zuzana Jancovicova, PhD, Comenius
University in Bratislava (Slovakia):
Youth Entrepreneurship in Visegrad Countries
Aleksandra Wąsowska, PhD, University of
Warsaw (Poland):
Who wants to be an entrepreneur? Cognitive
and motivational antecedents of entrepreneurial
intent of Polish students
B153
Entrepreneurship Ecosystem 2of3
Chair: Prof. Marta Gancarczyk, PhD
Prof. Julita Wasilczuk, PhD, Prof. Dominiak,
PhD, Gdańsk University of Technology
(Poland):
Formal Institutions – the Source of Unproductive
Entrepreneurship in Poland
Honggui Li, PhD, Zhongwei Chen, PhD,
Guoxin Ma, PhD, Anhui University of Finance
& Economics, (China):
Corporate Reputation and Performance: A
Legitimacy Perspective
Maria Halemba, PhD, Danuta
Babińska, PhD, University of
Economics in Katowice (Poland):
Captive Offshoring Services for SMEs in
Poland. The Role of Mutual Trust and
Cultural Aspects
Juan Arriaga-Múzquiz, MSc, Hugo
Baier-Fuentes, MSc, Tecnológico de
Monterrey (Mexico):
Rapid Internationalisation of New
Technology-Based Firms in Emerging
Economies: A Perspective from the
Triple Helix Model
Alicja Hadryś-Nowak, PhD, Poznań
University of Economics and Business
(Poland):
Internationalisation strategies in the
family-owned businesses – evidence from
Poland
Building B, in seminar rooms
Building B, rooms B152, 153, 054, 057
B057 (or 054)
International Entrepreneurship 2of2
Chair: Prof. Barbara Jankowska, PhD
Prof. Andrzej Cieślik, PhD, prof. Jan
Michałek, PhD, Krzysztof Szczygielski,
PhD University of Warsaw (Poland):
Innovations and Export Performance –
Firm-level Evidence from Poland
Prof. Mirosław Jarosiński PhD,
Warsaw School of Economics (Poland):
Polish Successful INVs - Characteristics
of the founders
Witold Nowiński, PhD, WSB University in
Poznan (Poland), Mohamed Yacine
Haddoud, PhD, Plymouth University (UK):
Prof. Paul Lane, PhD, Grand Valley State
University (USA):
Creating the Environment for Innovation and
Research: Insights from Semiotics
Burak Erkut, MSc, Dresden University of
Technology (Germany):
Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic
Freedom - Do subjective and objective data
show the same tendencies?
Parallel Working Sessions #2
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B053
Strategic Entrepreneurship 2of3
Chair: Prof. Beata Glinka, PhD
Krzysztof Zięba, PhD, Gdansk University of
Technology (Poland):
Before They Are Born: Rationale for Nascent
Entrepreneurship Research in Poland.
Prof. Edward Stawarz, PhD, University of Łódź,
Prof. Piotr Niedzielski, PhD, Katarzyna Łobacz,
PhD, University of Szczecin, Paweł Głodek, PhD,
University of Łódź (Poland):
Utilisation of business advice in small innovative
firms – the role of trust and tacit knowledge
Urban Pauli, PhD, Cracow University of
Economics (Poland)::
Enhancing SMEs’ growth by investing in
Prof. Maja Szymura-Tyc, PhD, Michał
Kucia, PhD, University of Economics in
Katowice (Poland):
Inspiring role models and student
entrepreneurial intentions.
Entrepreneurship
organizational capital
Adrea S. Gubik, PhD, University of Miskolc,
Prof. Szilveszter Farkas, PhD, Budapest
Business School (Hungary):
Student entrepreneurship in Hungary
Tomasz Rachwał PhD, Sławomir Dorocki,
PhD, Pedagogical University of Cracow
(Poland):
Entrepreneurial city. Spatial diversity of start-up
companies in Polish cities
Michał Zdziarski, PhD, Agnieszka Brzozowska,
PhD, University of Warsaw (Poland):
Review of Network Research in Entrepreneurship
Theory and Practice
Prof. Suthikorn Kingkaew, PhD, Sven
Dahms, Thammasat University (Thailand):
University Business Incubators: An institutional
demand side perspective on value adding
features
Luigi Lai, MA, National Information Processing
Institute (Poland):
Main And Ancillary Proceedings in the Light of
the EU Insolvency Regulation 1346/2000 on
International Insolvency Law And Innovative
Companies
Prof. Marta Götz, PhD, Vistula University
(Poland):
Policies towards the OFDI and IFDI in the
European Union after the 2008+ crisis
Michal Młody, PhD, Poznań University of
Economics and Business (Poland):
Backshoring in light of the concepts of divestment
and de-internationalisation - similarities and
differences
Organisational culture and firms’
internationalisation, innovativeness and
networking behaviour. Hofstede
approach.
Matthias Mrożewski, PhD, Daphne
Hering, Technical University of Berlin
(Germany):
The Impact of Cultural Distance on
Opportunity Recognition by Migrant
Entrepreneurs
Oksana Kiforenko, PhD, Uman
National University of Horticulture
(Ukraine):
Transnational Companies as an Example
of International Entrepreneurship Elena
Małgorzata Gajowiak, PhD, Poznan University of
Technology (Poland):
High-tech SMEs in the concept of intelligent
organizations. The reconstruction of the approach
in the light of empirical research
Pawęta, MSc, University of Łódź
(Poland):
Entrepreneur-related constructs
explaining the emergence of born global
firms: A Systematic Literature Review
A. Agnieszka Postuła, PhD, Julita Majczyk,
MSc, University of Warsaw (Poland):
Do entrepreneurial competences matter?
18:00 – 19:30
19:30 – 22:30
Networking Break & Free Time
Gala Dinner in the Old Town
dress code: business casual
(Registered participants will receive invitations at the reception desk).
Restauracja Galicyjska (9 Pijarska Street, about 3 minutes’ walk from the Florian’s Gate) http://restauracja-galicyjska.pl
Day 2: April 8, 2016 (Friday)
9:00 – 11:00
Special Methodology Session: PhD Workshop (Plenary Optional Session)
Building B, Room B251
Agnieszka Żur, PhD
Prof Garry Bruton, PhD
Prof. Jonathan Levie, PhD
Prof. Aviv Shoham, PhD
Participants: PhD Students as well as everyone interested in the research methodology.
Networking break
Building B, in seminar rooms
Chair:
Panelists:
11:00 – 11:30
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11:30 – 13:00
Parallel Working Sessions #3
B152
Many Faces of Entrepreneurship 2of2
Chair: Prof. Nelly Daszkiewicz, PhD
Anna Irena Szymańska, PhD, Monika
Płaziak, PhD, Pedagogical University of
Cracow (Poland):
B. Conditions
of
trade
and
services
development in Nowa Huta, Kraków
B153
Entrepreneurship Ecosystem 3of3
Chair: Prof. Julita Wasilczuk, PhD
Prof. Juan J. Jimenez, PhD, Carmen Jimenez,
MSc, Gabriela Lagos, PhD, Castilla-La Mancha
University (Spain):
The impact of taxation on entrepreneurship in the
tourism sector
B053
Strategic Entrepreneurship 3of3
Chair: Agnieszka Żur, PhD
Prof. Łukasz Sułkowski, PhD, Michał
Chmielecki, PhD, University of Social Sciences in
Łódź (Poland):
Metaphors of entrepreneurship
Rabi Sidi Ali, University of Leipzig
(Germany):
The influence of feminist theory on female
entrepreneurs growth intentions
Davar Azarmi, MSc, European University of
Madrid (Spain):
The Most Influential Factors in Venture Capitals’
Exit Decision – A Qualitative Study Among
Spanish Venture Capitalists
Prof. Grazyna Śmigielska, PhD, Cracow
University of Economics (Poland):
The Role of an Entrepreneur in Developing
Organizational Culture
Paulina Siemieniak PhD, Jakub Pawlak PhD,
Poznań University of Technoilogy (Poland):
Internet as a tool for making trading decisions
by gender
Agnieszka Skala, PhD, Warsaw University of
Technology (Poland):
The statement of the first research on digital
startups in Poland
Paulina Kubera, PhD, Poznań University of
Technology (Poland):
Additionality of state aid for research,
development and innovation
Sassan Rismani, MSc, Dimas Mukhlas
Widiantoro, MSc, Cracow University of
Economics (Poland):
The Impact of Government Expense in R&D
toward the successes of Startup IPO In
Developed European Countries - Empirical
Research from Venture Capital IPO Activities
from 2005 – 2014
Ewa Badzińska, PhD, Poznan University of
Technology (Poland):
The Concept of Technological Entrepreneurship
– Implications in Business Practice
Prof. Mohamed Meri, PhD, Gaziantep University
(Turkey):
The decisive role of strategic human resources
management in the success of entrepreneurship and
innovation in modern enterprise (a practical model)
13:00 – 14:00
14:00 – 16:30
(2 ½ hours of walking and sightseeing)
Lunch
Kraków Walking Guided Tour: Main Market and Wawel Castle
We meet at 14:00 in front of the Building C at the campus. The tour leaves the campus at 14:15.
Please register to the guided tour, if you haven’t done it so far.
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Zofia Zatora-Wysocka, PhD, University of Social
Sciences, Warsaw (Poland):
The twofold nature of spontaneous actions: insights
from Practice Turn in management
Building B, rooms B152, 153, 054, 057
B057 (or 054)
Entrepreneurship and Industries
Chair: Prof. Piotr Dominiak, PhD
Prof. Sylwia Sysko-Romańczuk, PhD,
Tymoteusz Doligalski, PhD, Warsaw
University of Technology (Poland):
Business Models and Growth Modes.
Qualitative Research of Polish Online
Companies
Prof. Blazenka Knezevic, PhD, Mate
Damić, PhD, Dora Naletina, PhD,
University of Zagreb (Croatia):
The Changing Structure of Retail
Industry - Opportunities and Challenges
for Small Companies
Tamara Floricic, PhD, Juraj Dobrila
University of Pula (Croatia):
Specialised SME in Hotel Industry and
Market Positioning
Yuliia Kleban, PhD, Lviv Institute of
Economics and Tourism (Ukraine):
Health resorts as a social enterprise in the
modern Ukraine’s economic development
Senate Hall, Main Building
The Main Entrance to Building C
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Ikemefuna Allen, MSc, Cracow University of Economics (Poland – Germany), International Entrepreneurship Theory: Past, Present and Way Forward
Prof. Tomasz Bernat, PhD, University of Szczecin (Poland), Geoeconomics determinants of entrepreneurship
Prof. Arkadiusz Borowiec, PhD, Poznań University of Technology (Poland), Green public procurement and innovation of Polish enterprises in the light of empirical research
Javier Changoluisa, MBA, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany), Agglomeration and the Performance of Young Establishments: Evidence from Germany
Prof. Viera Čihovská, PhD, Marta Pavliková, PhD, University of Economics in Bratislava (Slovakia): Adaptation of Marketing Tools in Retail Companies
Prof. Marek Ćwiklicki, PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland), The public entrepreneurship and public value
Prof. Nelly Daszkiewicz, PhD, Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland), Internationalization of high-tech SMEs from the perspective of international entrepreneurship
Burak Erkut, MSc, Dresden University of Technology (Germany), Structural Similarities of Economies in Innovation and Competitiveness – A Decision Tree Based Approach
Akvile Feiferyte, MSc, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Circular Economy as a System of Entrepreneurship Business
Judit Garamvölgyi PhD, Szent István University (Hungary), Reaching ethnorelativism: impact of the cultural intelligence on successful integration in a foreign environment
Sanja Gongeta, PhD, College of Applied Sciences Lavoslav Ružička in Vukovar (Croatia): Regulatory framework as the primary reason for nointernationalization
Umar Gunu PhD, University of Ilorin (Nigeria), Do Nigerian Undergraduate Students have what it takes to be successful Entrepreneurs?: an enquiry into the entrepreneurial capacity of
Nigerian Undergraduates
Małgorzata Kosała PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland), Environment for Innovation: A Case of Poland
Tomasz Ingram, PhD, University of Economics in Katowice (Poland): Relationships between talent management and organizational performance: The role of climate for creativity
Luigi Lai, MSc, National Information Processing Institute (Poland), Innovation Policies and SME Development
Luigi Lai, MSc, National Information Processing Institute (Poland), Main And Ancillary Proceedings In The Light Of The EU Insolvency Regulation 1346/2000 On International Insolvency Law
And Innovative Companies
Marek Laszuk, PhD, Warsaw School of Economics (Poland): Sources of Innovation in PWPW SA - R&D and Intrapreneurship
Prof. Renata Lisowska PhD, University of Łódz (Poland), Entrepreneurial behaviour in periods of deterioration of small firms' condition
Prof. Teresa Łuczka, PhD, Joanna Małecka, MSc, Poznan University of Technology (Poland): Venture capital as a source of financing small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland: selected
aspects
Lizbeth Martinez, PhD, Arturo Torres Vargas, PhD, Jaime Muñoz Flores, PhD, Autonomous Metropolitan University (Mexico): Analytic Hierarchy Process, an Optimal Methodology for
Entrepreneurship Research
Prof. Anna Michna PhD, Krzysztof Brzostek, MSc, Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Empirical studies concerning the relationship between knowledge management and effective
performance in small and medium-sized enterprises - selected preliminary results
Prof. Leonid Nakov, PhD, Prof. Pesakovic Gordana, Ph.D., Fidanoski Filip, M.Sc, Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje (Macedonia): Open innovation: Much ado about something
Prof. Piotr Niedzielski PhD, Katarzyna Łobacz, PhD, The University of Szczecin (Poland), Use and transformation of knowledge within entrepreneurial process – case studies based analysis
Grażyna Nowaczyk, PhD, Anna Sobczak PhD, WSB University in Poznań (Poland): Role of entrepreneurship education in higher education institutions in the process of business development
in Poland
Mariusz Omelańczuk MSc, Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), Key factors related to financial markets affecting the exports in Poland
Prof. Jacek Pasieczny, Paweł Kłobukowski, MSc, University of Warsaw (Poland): Business models of startups in cooperation with mature companies - obtaining orders and building leading
position on the market
Olga Pavlovska MSc, RISEBA (Latvia), Environmental factors in MNCs management
Richard Pettinger, PhD, University of College London (United Kingdom): Developing entrepreneurs for the startup and corporate world
Marcin Piątkowski, MSc, Cracow University of Economics (Poland), Financing innovative investments from EU funds in SMEs sector
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Tomasz Pilewicz PhD, Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), Entrepreneurial Activities of Communes in Creation of Competitive Advantages at regional Investment Markets – Case Studies
from Poland
Łukasz Puślecki PhD, Poznan University of Economics and Business (Poland), Analysis of new cooperation modes in Poland - case of biopharmaceutical industry
Magdalena Ratalewska PhD, University of Lodz (Poland), Family businesses in creative industries
Jarosław Ropęga PhD, University of Lodz (Poland), Entrepreneurial behaviour in periods of deterioration of small firms
Robert Romanowski, PhD, Poznań University of Economics and Business (Poland):The impact of local innovation systems support on local development for cross-border regions of the
eastern Poland
Katarzyna Rostek PhD, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), Differentiating criteria for digital economy companies
Ildikó Rudnák PhD, Judit Garamvölgyi MSc, Szent István University (Hungary), Reaching ethnorelativism: impact of the cultural intelligence on successful integration in a foreign
environment
Agnieszka Skala PhD, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), Differentiating criteria for digital economy companies
Prof. Włodzimierz Sroka PhD, University of Dąbrowa Górnicza (Poland), Jolita Grebikaite, PhD, Aleksandras Stulginskis University (Lithuania), Towards social entrepreneurship: involving
young people in polish and Lithuanian social enterprises
Michał Staszków PhD, Poznan University of Economics and Business (Poland), Measuring performance of Science and Technology Parks
Prof. Edward Stawasz PhD, Prof. Niedzielski, PhD, Katarzyna Łobacz PhD, Paweł Głodek PhD, University of Szczecin (Poland), Utilisation of business advice in small innovative firms – the
role of trust and tacit knowledge
Ucha Surmanidze, MSc, Cracow University of Economics (Poland – Georgia), The Impact of FDI on Local Entrepreneurship and Business Climate in Transcaucasia: A Example Case of Georgia
in the years (2005-2014)
Prof. Zdravko Šergo, PhD, Prof. Jasmina Gržinić PhD, Linda Juraković, PhD, Jurja Dobrile University in Pula (Croatia), Kaldor's Income Distribution and Tourism Specialization: Evidence from
Selected Countries
Maria Urbaniec PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland): Sustainable Entrepreneurship: a new research approach and its prospects
Prof. Sergej Vojtovič, PhD, Valentinas Navickas, Valentas Gružauskas, Alexander Dubcek University of Trencin (Slovakia): Sustainable Business Development Process: Food and Beverage
Industry’s Case
Prof. Krzysztof Wach, PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland), Entrepreneurial Internationalisation of Polish Companies: In Search of Specifics
Prof. Krzysztof Wach, PhD, Liwiusz Wojciechowski, MSc, Cracow University of Economics (Poland), Entrepreneurial Intentions of Students in Poland in the View of Ajzen’s Theory of Planned
Behaviour
Prof. Josef Windsperger, PhD, Muriel Fadairo PhD, Cintya Lanchimba PhD, University of Vienna (Austria): Multi-unit Franchising and Performance. A Franchisor Perspective
Yuhong Zhou, MA, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy): Social capital impact on entrepreneur’s innovation: A test of Chinese entrepreneurs in Italy
Agnieszka Żur, PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland): Entrepreneurial orientation and firm performance – where is this relationship going? Evaluation of prior research and future
perspectives.
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Prof. Jan Antoszkiewicz, PhD, Social Academy of Sciences (Poland)
Magdalena Belniak PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland)
Prof. Malgorzata Dziembała PhD, University of Economics in Katowice (Poland)
Jacek Gancarczyk PhD, Jagiellonian University (Poland)
Halina Smutek PhD, Cracow University of Economics (Poland)
Prof. Beata Jamka, PhD, Warsaw, Poland
Justyna Marjańska, MSc University of Social Sciences (Poland)
Prof. Małgorzata Kokocińśka PhD, University of Economics in Poznań (Poland)
Prof. Izabela Koładkiewicz, PhD, Kozminski University (Poland)
Beata Krawczyk-Bryłka PhD, Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland)
Prof. Agnieszka Kurczewska, PhD, University of Lodz (Poland)
Andrzej Marjański PhD, University of Social Sciences (Poland)
Prof. Gabriele Schäfer, PhD, University of Applied Sciences Kempten (Germany)
Petra Skrobot, MSc, University of Zagreb (Croatia)
Katarzyna Staniszewska, MSc , University of Social Sciences (Poland)
Marzena Starnawska PhD, Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland)
Prof. Ian Stone, PhD, Durham University Business School (United Kingdom )
Bogdan Wierzbiński, PhD, Rzeszow University (Poland)
Prof. Maciej Zastempowski, PhD, Nicolaus Copernicus University (Poland)
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