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European Economic Congress 2011
Tentative scope of topics/agenda

Lista paneli

 
May 16th, 2011

Opening Ceremony. Inaugural speeches
16 maja 2011, 10.00-12.00
Academy of Music Concert Hall

Competitive economy of Europe
16 maja 2011, 12.30-14.30
Academy of Music Concert Hall

  • Factors determining stabilization of economies of EU countries
  • Conditions of successful competition with the most expansive economies of Asia and both Americas on global market
  • Priorities of European economic policy
  • EU financial perspective 2014-2020. Means, goals, tools
  • New order of the European Union
  • New Union after experience of crisis. Responsibility, independence, control
  • In the direction of UE new order – which changes are necessary so that EU functions more effectively
  • Internal EU reform – institutions and competences, new legal solutions
  • Decision efficiency vs. diverse arguments – how to reconcile contradictions?

Central and Eastern Europe – community of interests, challenges and problems
16 maja 2011, 15.00-16.30
Academy of Music Concert Hall

  • Economic prognosis for Central and Eastern Europe
  • Central and Eastern Europe as an area of outstanding dynamics and creativeness
  • Strong and weak points. Opportunities and threats. SWOT analysis
  • How to catch up with leading EU countries? What Central and Eastern Europe can give EU?

EU energy policy
16 maja 2011, 17.00-19.00
Academy of Music Concert Hall

  • EU energy and climate package. New ambitious goals of reduction of CO2 emission versus competitiveness of EU economy
  • Common EU energy policy – objectives vs. practice. New look at EU energy security
  • III UE Energy package vs. European energy market

The all-Polish meeting of health care managers – Summary of the “Health Market” regional conferences (accompanying conference of EEC2011 )
16 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel
I. Health Policy and the health care system organization

  • Discussion of the health care managers, experts, founding bodies’ representatives and public administration regarding selected regulations anticipated in the so-called package of draft acts on health . 
    - Draft law on health care activity – possibilities of implementation of intended solutions and their    expected effects; perspectives of transformations and organizational changes in functioning of health care facilities   
    - Personnel situation in health care facilities, among others, in the context of assumptions of draft law on changes in professions of physician and dentist
  • Summarizing of the so-called plan B, transformation perspectives and organizational changes in the health care institutions’ functioning

The all-Polish meeting of health care managers – Summary of the “Health Market” regional conferences (accompanying conference of EEC2011 ).
16 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel
II. Finance and management: – contracting health care services

  • Contracts 2011 – Level of financing the health care services in selected voivodeships (provinces)
  • Financial situation of the health care institutions – status of obligations and restructuring processes
  • Draft law on additional health insurances: which model are we heading for?

The all-Polish meeting of health care managers – Summary of the “Health Market” regional conferences (accompanying conference of EEC2011 ).
16 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel
III. Health protection infrastructure in Poland – current status and the future, processes and investments

  • The state of infrastructure of health care in selected regions  – diagnosis and main problems to be tackled
  • Designing, modernization and building the health protection facilities
  • Development of information technologies in the health care institutions in the context of the draft act on the information system in the health protection; solutions in the field of telemedicine
  • Equipment of the medical facilities – possibilities and needs, purchasing policy

Fifth International Conference City 2011 – city space management – workshops, (event accompanying the EEC 2011)
16 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • Information in the area of the city - the implementation of INSPIRE
 Workshop organisers: Jan Olbrycht – Member of the European Parliament, Stowarzyszenie Europa jest prosta (Europe is Simple Association) and Think Silesia
Workshop co-organisers: Association of Polish Cities, Silesian Union of Municipalities and Counties and the City of Katowice    
16.00

Visitation of progress of works related to Katowice railway station modernisation

Fifth International Conference City 2011 – city space management – workshops, (event accompanying the EEC 2011)
16 maja 2011, 16.30-18.30
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • Workshop organisers: Jan Olbrycht – Member of the European Parliament, Stowarzyszenie Europa jest prosta (Europe is Simple Association) and Think Silesia
  • Workshop co-organisers: Association of Polish Cities, Silesian Union of Municipalities and Counties and the City of Katowice

Clusters – a solution for economy’s innovative growth
16 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Qubus Hotel Turquoise Hall

  • The culture of smart cooperation instead of predatory competition
  • Examples of successful cooperation as part of clusters. Success factors
  • Synergy – opportunities and constraints. The most frequent mistakes in cluster development and operation.
  • Cooperation or conspiracy? Clusters and the free market. From the perspective of customers and external partners.
  • Prospects for clusters and their role in economic policy until 2020.
  • Support policy for clusters.
 

Clusters – a solution for economy’s innovative growth II
16 maja 2011, 16.30-18.30
Qubus Hotel Turquoise Hall

  • The culture of smart cooperation instead of predatory competition
  • Examples of successful cooperation as part of clusters. Success factors
  • Synergy - opportunities and constraints. The most frequent mistakes in cluster development and operation
  • Cooperation or conspiracy? Clusters and the free market.  From the customers’ and external partners’ perspective
  • Prospects for clusters and their role in economic policy until 2020.
  • Support policy for clusters.

China vs. Poland: opportunities vs. threats
16 maja 2011, 16.30-18.30
Qubus Hotel Amethyst Hall

  • Polish and Chinese economic Cooperation – prospects for development
  • Prospects for development of Chinese investments in Poland – opportunities and threats
  • Supporting Chinese investments in Poland – mechanisms and tools of government and local self-government
  • Chinese infrastructure investments in Poland – opportunities and threats
Session organizer: the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency(PAIZ)

May 17th, 2011

Hard coal mining in the world
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Biuro Centrum

  • Situation on world markets versus prospects of hard coal in the EU
  • Changes on the demand map. The biggest coal importers and exporters in the world
  • Coal-based power industry in face of global climate policy
  • Prognosis of situation for raw mate rialscompanies. Demand and supply on coking coal and coke market

A breakthrough moment – black coal in Poland
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Biuro Centrum

  • Power industry based on coal. The twilight or a new opportunity?
  • Privatisation, restructuring, consolidation, – a road to the sector's new shape

Climate and Power Package – challenges for industry situated in EU
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Biuro Centrum

  • Prospects for power-consuming industry in the context of requirements posed by the Climate and Power Package. Sectors threatened with so-called emissions escape. Economic and social aspects
  • How to maintain the industry’s competitiveness and meet environmental requirements? Examples of good practices and strategies
  • Climate and Power Package – opportunity and not a threat. Energy efficiency and new clean technologies – motor of progress, prosperity factor

Capital for SMEs
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Novotel Katowice Centrum Hotel

  • Condition of the sector and barriers for the development of small entrepreneurship – legal and administrative, related to access to capital and qualified employees
  • Possibilities of financing innovative projects in small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) under EU programmes. Utilisation of these resources in practice
  • Sources of financing of innovative projects
  • SME as a partner of large companies. How to build good relations in the economic cooperation with large disproportion in potential and scale of operation

Ceremony of the Golden Certificate of Reliability
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Novotel Katowice Centrum Hotel

  • Session organizer: Reliable Company Sp. z o. o. and National Debt Register and Economic Information Bureau SA

Fifth International Conference City 2011 – city space management, (event accompanying the EEC 2011) I
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • New conditions for city planning in Europe (demographic, economy, climate changes)
  • Planned spatial changes  in London in the context of preparation for the London 2012 Olympic Games
Session organizer: Jan Olbrycht – Member of the European Parliament, Stowarzyszenie Europa jest prosta (Europe is Simple Association) and Think Silesia Session co-organisers: Association of Polish Cities, Silesian Union of Municipalities and Counties and the City of Katowice
 

Fifth International Conference City 2011 – city space management, (event accompanying the EEC 2011) II
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • How to plan and manage a change in public space of Polish cities?
Session organizer: Jan Olbrycht – Member of the European Parliament, Stowarzyszenie Europa jest prosta (Europe is Simple Association) and Think Silesia Session co-organisers: Association of Polish Cities, Silesian Union of Municipalities and Counties and the City of Katowice

Fifth International Conference City 2011 – city space management, (event accompanying the EEC 2011) III
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • Polish cities in international documents
Session organizer: Jan Olbrycht – Member of the European Parliament, Stowarzyszenie Europa jest prosta (Europe is Simple Association) and Think Silesia Session co-organisers: Association of Polish Cities, Silesian Union of Municipalities and Counties and the City of Katowice
 

Assumptions of Polish presidency in the Council of the European Union taking into consideration especially Eastern Partnership
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Multimedia Hall of Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice

  • Essentials of Polish presidency in the Council of the European Union
Session organizer: Regional Chamber of Commerce in Katowice

Assumptions of Polish presidency in the Council of the European Union taking into consideration especially Eastern Partnership II
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Multimedia Hall of Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice

  • Role of Eastern Partnership in EU external policy
Session organizer: Regional Chamber of Commerce in Katowice

Public finances
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Monopol Hotel Hall Cristallo

  • Crisis of public finances as a dominant political and economic problem of the European Union
  • EU’s economic strategy till 2020 and the problem of public finances of member states
  • Condition and prospects of the Euro zone
  • How to reform public finances?

Finances - EU funds, regional development
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Monopol Hotel Hall Cristallo

  • EU’s new financial outlook for 2014-2020. Evolution or revolution? 
  • EU funds. The future of key EU programmes in the context of the goals of the “Europe 2020” strategy
  • Priorities of the new outlook. Innovations and infrastructure. Economic and social cohesion
  • Countries of Central and Eastern Europe as beneficiaries of European resources. Eliminating the gaps or fuelling the European prosperity?
  • Do more, while having less. Efficiency of using limited resources

EU’s financial and bank systems – security mechanisms and economic freedom
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Monopol Hotel Hall Cristallo

  • Limits of appropriate regulation, limits of business risk - post-crisis experiences, dilemmas and fears 
  • In the perspective of Basel Accords. Mechanisms and regulation requirements versus internal changes in European banking sector
  • New initiatives undertaken by market as a response to financial crisis
  • Will money be more expensive? The role of EU financial system in creating economic development 
  • Stability and responsibility. Banking sector versus situation of public finance of EU countries 

Inteligent bank of the future – challenges and solutions
17 maja 2011,16.15-17.00
Monopol Hotel Hall Cristallo

  • Bank of the future – presentation of results of the latest survey World Retail Banking Report  2011, published by Capgemini, UniCredit Group i Efma
  • Relationship management in customer life cycle
  • Business Intelligence

Technological initiatives for the “Innovation Union” strategy
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Monopol Hotel Hall A

  • The “Innovation Union” strategy and Polish innovation strategies
  • FP7/FP8, European Technological Initiatives (JTI, PPP)
  • Innovation Partnerships
  • Financing innovation in Poland: The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR), Structural Funds
  • Polish technological initiatives (aviation, surface transport, energy, mineral resources/advanced materials)
Session organizer: National Contact Point of the EU Research Programmes

Responsible management / CSR
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Monopol Hotel Hall A

  • Role of governmental administration in development of the concept of  Corporate Social Responsibility in Poland
  • Significance of reporting and communicating non-financial data (ESG) in risk management. Companies’ transparency and its meaning for economy development
  • CSR as an element of strategic management. Benefits resulting from CSR implementation for business and its environment
  • Use of dialogue with stakeholders in effective organisation management

Politics and economy
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Monopol Hotel Hall A

  • Economic freedom vs. regulations. Examples of the impact of national and EU decisions on business, market, competitiveness
  • Situation in branches „sensitive” to regulations. The question of stability of conditions of running business activity
  • Relations between business and administration – anticipation of results of new legal solutions
  • Regulation in defence of free market vs. essentials of national economic policy

Knowledge and Innovation Community – a merger between science and business I
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Qubus Hotel Turquoise Hall

  • Research and implementation, innovation in the education field of CC PolandPlus in the consortium of KIC InnoEnergy.

Knowledge and Innovation Community – a merger between science and business II
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Qubus Hotel Turquoise Hall

  • The management structure of KIC InnoEnergy and activities of: CC Benelux, CC Alps Valley, CC Germany, CC Sweden, CC Iberia.

Railway transport in Europe and Poland
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Qubus Hotel Amethyst Hall

  • Railway infrastructure investments in Europe and Poland. Needs, plans, execution
  • Investments and EU funds. Resources and their utilisation
  • Railway cargo – prospects of the sector in the light of market liberalisation and current trends in transport
  • Role of passenger carriages in the concept of sustainable transport. Environmental aspects in the inter-branch competition
  • Fast rail as a competitive means of transport. Infrastructure, rolling stock and technology, pan-European network of connections, economics of carriages

Cargo. Expansion strategy of railway carriers on international markets
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Qubus Hotel Amethyst Hall

  • Transport policy and the future of railways – disproportion in financing of individual branches of transport in the European Union member states
  • Predictability of the costs of access to infrastructure as the key to planning development by railway carriers
  • Consolidation process on the European market of railway transport
  • Inter-operability of railways (railways without technical and organisational barriers) as a way to increase the number of carriages along the main transport corridors in Europe
  • Models of operation of the main European railway carriers on external markets
  • Liberalisation of the goods carriage market and the competitiveness of European carriers
Session organizer: PKP Cargo SA

Market without borders – freight transport
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Qubus Hotel Amethyst Hall

  • Potential and competition. Plans of the biggest players of the freight market
  • Air, sea and rail transport – specificity and prospects of the freight market sectors
  • Freight transport logistics – new trends and technologies
  • Strengths and weaknesses of intermodal transport. Infrastructure (terminals), costs and time.

Airports
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Qubus Hotel Diamond Hall

  • World tendencies in air traffic vs. the future of regional airports in Poland
  • Development of airport infrastructure. Market and technical determinants, investment financing

Development of the Polish market of charter flights. Opportunities and threats
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Qubus Hotel Diamond Hall

  • Influence of the economic and social transformation in Poland on the size and quality of tourist offer
  • Forecasts for the Polish charter market – prospects, development directions and threats
  • Increasing importance of winter holidays
  • Potential of long-distance connections and directions for their development in Poland
  • Tools of effective cooperation between airports and travel agencies
  • Influence of demographic and economic potential on the rise in charter traffic

Food Market: Polish food sector vs. global raw material crisis – to survive or to win?
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Qubus Hotel Diamond Hall

  • Polish presidency in EU and its priorities in the context of agriculture and food industry
  • Reform of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after 2013 – a chance for improvement of competitiveness of EU food producers
  • The consequences of crisis and speculation in raw materials for Polish consumers, food producers and economy
  • Strategies of Polish companies in the situation of prices of raw materials growing up rapidly: prognosing and reducing consequences of crisis, improvement of competitiveness
  • Competitiveness of Polish and European food producers in the context of liberalisation of world trade
  • Farmers – winners or losers of destabilisation on raw materials market?
  • Polish consumer vs. considerable price increases – changes of shopping habits

The impact of water and sewerage sector on national and regional sustainable development, investments of water and sewerage sector
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Hall of the Silesian Parliament

  • Investments of water and sewerage sector – plans, possibilities, financing
  • Water-supply companies – the largest investors and beneficiaries of EU funds
  • Assumptions of water management reform
  • Water and sewage management in economic aspect
  • Development of water supply infrastructure as a condition of building competitive advantage of regions
Session organizer: Górnośląskie Przedsiębiorstwo Wodociągów SA

Cooperation within water and sewerage sector and supporting relations with science
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Silesian Voivodeship Office Hall of the Silesian Parliament

  • Practical use of scientific achievements to solve issues connected with water and sewage management
Session organizer: Górnośląskie Przedsiębiorstwo Wodociągów SA

Parliamentary Committee on Innovation and New Technologies
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Hall of the Silesian Parliament

  •  Information of Minister of Economy on assumptions and work status on the Strategy of Innovation and Economic Efficiency.
  • Information on the commercialization of research results - relationship between science and economy.
  • Innovative Poland in an innovative Europe.

Local self-government’s finance
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • Situation of public finance
  • Possible administrative limitations connected with financing self-government
  • Sources of financing development

Ownership in local government
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • Privatisation at the local level – an opportunity for investors from sectors associated with public utilities (heating, roads, water management and waste management)
  • Municipal governments’ ownership policy in the context of public functions
  • Local governments’ financial situation and revenues from privatisation

Waste management system
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • Communal waste as a problem and as a raw material. Segregation and recycling in the light of regulations, and in the practice of management of city organisms
  • Thermal waste utilisation technology with the accompanying social, energy and investment issues
  • Costs of construction and effectiveness of waste incineration plants – points of view of the city and the operator
  • Efficient and effective system of waste management as a stable source of fuel for thermal utilisation installations

Financial institutions as partners for cities in a competitive Europe
17 maja 2011,16.15-18.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • Financial institutions as cities’ partner in achieving the status of cities desirable for inhabitants as well as for investment capital
  • Mutual, responsible verification of investment projects by banks and self-government
  • Limits of active participation of financial institutions in preparation of self-government’s investment projects e. g. public procurement
  • The role of independent city evaluation in building credibility and gaining investment capital

PL2012
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Blue Hall

Innovation – the role of research institutes
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Silesian Voivodeship Office Blue Hall

  • Strategy for an innovative and efficient economy
  • Research and development strategy
  • Legal support for the development of innovation in business
  • Research projects for small and medium enterprises
Session organizer: Central Council of Research Institutes

Central Europe - from the regional integration of the energy sector to the European Energy Community
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall I and II
Session partner: Grupa Lotos SA (Lotos Group) and Central Europe Energy Partners

Power industry. Challenges and strategies
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall I and II

  • The market in the time of dynamic changes. Understanding, accepting and tapping those changes business-wise
  • Ownership in power industry. Where are we going to? How much state? How much freedom?
  • Investment directions in the power industry. Political as well as legal-regulatory stability
  • Sources and mechanisms of financing long-term investments. Financial sector and power industry

Energy sector – European electrical energy market
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall I and II

  • Chances for common European energy market. Barriers, difficulties, infrastructure investments
  • Degree of market liberalisation in particular EU countries. The role of countries’ economic policy and EU regulations
  • Necessary actions for liberalisation of energy market. The role of III EU energy package
  • Common European energy policy – country’s security, recipient’s security

European gas transmission system – the idea of the North-South gas corridor
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall III and IV

  • Development of the European gas network. Interconnectors as a guarantee of gas supply?
  • Key network investments in the W4 Group. Links, directions and a timetable of projects.
  • The cost of security. Funding sources for setting up interconnectors
  • European Commission’s stand – a green light for interconnectors?
Session Partner: Gaz-System SA

Polish chemical sector
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall III and IV

  • Intensive restructuring as final preparation for privatisation processes
  • In pursuit of the best ones – modernisations, investments, effectiveness
  • Synergies and savings. Consolidation of national chemical assets
  • Scenarios of privatisation for particular companies. Investors’ interest.

Wood in EU’s and Poland’s economies
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • The sector of wood-based boards and the sawmill industry as a foundation of innovative construction and furniture industries in Poland and EU states
  • Procurement of wood from state-owned forests in the circumstances of sustainable development and fulfilment of extra-production functions.   Opportunities and constraints
  • Cooperation between wood-based industries and State Forests
  • How to survive and develop – challenges for pulp and paper industry
  • Technological foresight of the wood industry in Poland (Wood Technology Institute)
  • Biomass resources in Poland
  • Role of science in forest and wood sector.

Session organizer: Instytut Technologii Drewna (Wood Technology Institute)

Chemical sector in Europe
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • Global market versus determinants connected with introduction of climate and energy package
  • Conditions of competitiveness of European chemical sector. Production costs, logistics, CO2 emissions, other legal regulations.
  • Investments as a response to market challenges – new research directions, innovative products and technologies
Session organizer: Zakłady Azotowe Puławy SA

Shale gas in Poland
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • World experience in the field of exploitation of shale gas deposits. International cooperation.
  • Potential (resources, availability) and possibilities of its management. Financial, technical and legal aspect (licenses). Real time of exploitation launching
  • Market determinants. Alternative or complement for natural gas and other fuels?
  • Shale gas versus energy security and national energy policy

Future of European rail transport system – practical solutions
17 maja 2011,16.30-18.30
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • Liberalisation of rail markets in Europe – from national to supranational markets
  • The role of the railway provider in the international European market
  • Development of a strong European railway network. Investments in the rolling stock, technical challenges
  • How to build a competitive edge in the European railway freight market?
  • European railway logistic chain – specialised transport solutions
  • Europe and... what then? Major directions in the development of railway logistic links
Session organizer: DB Schenker Rail Polska SA
 

Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in Central and Eastern Europe
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Amber Hall

  • Dynamics of the market. Number and value of transactions in recent years
  • Potential of the region - the most promising sectors
  • Impact of the recession on the M&A market. The level of valuations – examples of utilising the recession
  • When concentrations may hinder competition?

Poland as European BPO centre
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Amber Hall

  • Poland - (still) an attractive place for service sector?
  • Prospects and directions of development of service sector in Poland
  • Cooperation between science and business – change catalyst in the service sector
  • How to promote Poland as a location for service projects?
Session organizer: Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIZ)

Poland and the Czech Republic - prospects of economic and political cooperation in Europe
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Amber Hall
Session Organizer: Embassy of the Czech Republic in Poland

Heat engineering
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Onyx Hall

  • Privatisation processes. Examples; sector’s potential and sector attractiveness
  • Development of cogeneration. Opportunities and barriers
  • Conditions for the management of power plants in the ownership, financial and investment contexts
  • Financial condition of the Polish heat engineering/regulation model, and investment opportunities. Process of abandoning cost regulation
  • External factors affecting the development of the heat engineering sector. Importance of EU legal and organisational solutions

Investment projects in refining companies
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Onyx Hall

  • Investments accomplished over last years
  • Technology offices in Poland. Impact of questions connected with CO2 emission on approach towards project process
  • New criteria of technological processes evaluation connected with planned regulations regarding CO2 emission
  • Innovativeness
  • Necessary investments in Polish petrochemical sector
  • Potential and possible areas of enhancing energy efficiency of refinery

Power industry – grid infrastructure
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Onyx Hall

  • Investments in power grids
  • Grids management, smart grids
  • New solutions enhancing energy efficiency

Economic cooperation with the region of Upper Austria
17 maja 2011,14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Crystal Hall

  • Economic attractiveness of the region of Upper Austria
  • Capacity of the Silesian Metropolitan Area and the region of Upper Silesia
  • Economic Exchange Platform
Session organizer: Metropolitan Association of Upper Silesia (GZM)

Universities in the competitive economy of Europe
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
University of Economics in Katowice

  • Directions of research and education
  • Comparability of graduates’ competences
  • Recognisability of diplomas
  • Life-long learning
Session organizer: University of Economics in Katowice

Transfer of knowledge from universities to the economy
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
University of Economics in Katowice

  • Human resources for modern economy
  • Expert services provided by universities
  • Role of university centres of technology transfer
Session organizer: University of Economics in Katowice

Business and culture
17 maja 2011,09.00-11.00
Kinoteatr Rialto

  • Digital cities - new technologies in metropolis development
Session organizer: ESK 2016 Katowice

Business and culture
17 maja 2011,11.30-13.30
Kinoteatr Rialto

  • Designers of the future - artists and creative economy
Session organizer: ESK 2016 Katowice

 
May 18th, 2011

The metallurgical industry. Steel market – forecasts for the future
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Biuro Centrum

  • Current situation in the international  iron and steel industry
  • Profit and loss balance; post-crisis strategies
  • Raw materials, or self-sufficiency; coke and coking coal, scrap, iron ores

The metallurgical industry. Distribution
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Biuro Centrum

  • The role of independent distributors vs. large business networks
  • When is the right time for investments? Where are investments heading?
  • Sources, supply channels, relations with manufacturers
  • Polish experiences vs. European experiences in steel distribution

The metallurgical industry. Processing.
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Biuro Centrum

  • Dynamics of the service centre development in Poland
  • What is the future of service centres? The profitability of opening service centres: which fields are worth handling?
  • How to raise competitiveness? How to invest and what to invest in
  • Dynamics of the  steel yard development in Poland
  • Together or apart? Investments in infrastructure as a challenge for forms of collaboration between steel fixers          

Health care systems in Central and Eastern Europe – challenges and priorities.
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Novotel Katowice Centrum Hotel

  • Health care systems and financing services systems in the countries of the Visegrád Group– evolutions and revolutions after 1989.
  • Consequences of implementing the selected EU directives for health care systems in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Priorities of the Polish Presidency in the Council of the European Union in terms of health policy.
  • Relations between the public and private sector in the health care systems in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. What model is each country aiming at?
  • Patients’ access to the most recent achievements in medicine – how to finance expensive therapies? Examples of solutions in selected countries of the region.
  • Transfrontier collaboration in terms of providing health services – unused potential?  

Innovations in medicine and pharmacy
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Novotel Katowice Centrum Hotel

  • Evaluation of the Polish innovativeness in comparison to other countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
  • What system solutions do the companies expect the most in terms of constructing the innovative economy in the field of medicine and pharmacy? (interministerial collaboration, tax policy, incentives for conducting non-commercial research)
  • Barriers for innovativeness (capital, technology transfer, know-how, lobbing, research projects, social support, business environment)
  • Poland 2030 Report: how does the pharmaceutical industry extend the strategy for R&D included in the Report?
  • How does the package of acts regulating the pharmaceutical market reflect the R&D strategy included in the Report?
  • Acquiring capital for innovative projects.
  • Tendencies in the innovative technologies’ development.
  • Collaboration of the business with the scientific and research units for the development of innovative economy.  

Power engineering – renewable energy sources I
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • The EU’s achievements in the renewable energy industry in the context of the challenges of the Union’s climatic policy
  • Renewable energy sources in the Polish energy and climate policy
  • State of implementation of directive 2009/28/WE on promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and of national action plan in favour of sources of renewable energy
  • Use of resources of renewable energy  and national technological priorities

Power engineering – renewable energy sources II
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • Increasing the share of renewable energy sources in the context of the stability of the electric energy system
  • Regulation paradoxes. Policy and market, and the economic foundations of investments in renewable energy sources
  • Wind, water, sun, biomass – national priorities and consequences of their selection. What kinds of renewable energy sources have the greatest opportunities for development?

Power engineering – renewable energy sources III
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Auditorium Hall – ING Bank Śląski

  • Verified and new models of financing of renewable energy source investment projects
  • Renewable energy sources – Polish and European experiences, ambitions and prospects
  • Which types of renewable energy sources have the largest development opportunities?
  • Technical (network) and administrative barriers for the development of distributed power industry

Cooperation between Poland and Germany in the field of innovative economy development I
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Goldstein Palace

  • Instruments and forms of support for innovative economy – pro-innovation activities, involvement of governmental structures
  • Financing scientific research focused on applications and innovativeness – companies’ contribution in financing research
  • Cooperation in the field of European programmes
  • Cooperation between scientific units of Poland and Germany
Session Partner: Polish part of Polish-German Forum in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland

Cooperation between Poland and Germany in the field of innovative economy development II
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Goldstein Palace

  • Instruments and forms of support for innovative economy – pro-innovation activities, involvement of governmental structures
  • Financing scientific research focused on applications and innovativeness – companies’ contribution in financing research
  • Cooperation in the field of European programmes
  • Cooperation between scientific units of Poland and Germany
Session Partner: Polish part of Polish-German Forum in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland

Privatisation
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Monopol Hotel Hall Cristallo

  • Goals of the governmental privatisation programme. Results of previous achievements and their long-term effects for the Polish economy
  • What is left for privatisation? Privatisation plans for the next months. Attractiveness of offers, investors, potential threats
  • Privatisation in difficult and socially-sensitive sectors (mining, transport, chemistry). Conditions for success
  • Models of ownership changes in the light of recent experiences. Analysis of typical and special cases. Negotiations and appraisals. Investment and social packages
  • Credibility of the state, credibility of the investor. Climate and social perception of privatisation. Civic shareholder structure

Public finance and social security systems
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Monopol Hotel Hall Cristallo

  • Crisis of public finance in EU.  Scale, extent and national aspects of this phenomenon
  • Effects of difficult situation of national budgets for social security systems functioning
  • Pension and health insurance systems vs. long-term demographic perspective  (society ageing). Necessary changes, reforms and rationalisation. Responsibility of decision makers
  • Questions of pension age, productivity, professional activity and unemployment. Labour market versus new phenomena
  • Social expectations, political decisions, economic reality

Information society – infrastructure and investments
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Monopol Hotel Hall A

  • Process of creating the information society. Role of state in removing the barriers and minimising the phenomenon of electronic exclusion
  • Investments in infrastructure as a key to the development of information society
  • Models and potential sources of financing of telecommunication investments

Capital market / Financial markets
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Monopol Hotel Hall A

  • Attractiveness to investors of states from Central and Eastern Europe
  • Capital market of Central and Eastern Europe. Specificity, potential and development perspectives
  • The role of Poland/Warsaw as a future financial and capital centre of Central and Eastern Europe

Automotive sector
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Qubus Hotel Turquoise Hall

  • Winners, losers, and those taken-over. The effects of crisis in the automotive sector for Poland and Europe
  • What next, that is manufacturers’ strategies in Poland and Europe. Investments, restructurings, cost reductions
  • Competition and cooperation. European manufacturers in the context of the expansion of Asian brands
  • Demand forecasts, meanders of the market. Poland as an exporter, Poland as a sales market
  • Free, modelled, market... Non-economic (legal, tax, political) factors affecting the condition and prospects of the Polish and European automotive sector
  • New trends and challenges. Unconventional drives and other new technologies, and the manufacturers’ plans

E-mobility – a new trend in automotive sector
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Qubus Hotel Turquoise Hall

  • Gremetalluren cars – first experiences. Vision versus realities 
  • Plans of large automotive concerns and prospects for the sector’s growth
  • Customers' awareness, market conditions
  • Possible consequences of development of the electrical drive for power and fuel industries
  • Technological, logistic, economic and legal constraints (batteries, charging stations, vehicle manufacturing costs etc)
  • Clean alternatives to the electrical drive. Research directions.

Innovative economy of Europe
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Qubus Hotel Amethyst Hall

  • Innovative strategies for enterprises. Innovation as a factor of competitiveness
  • EU policy in the area of innovation – support for innovative enterprises
  • Priorities of innovativeness – directions of the development of innovative technologies
  • Cooperation between science and industry – organizational, legal and mental barriers
  • Effective methods, good practices: technology transfer, R&D

Management
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Qubus Hotel Amethyst Hall

  • Business of the new era. Challenges for the boards of management of European companies in the context of technological changes (mobile information technologies, development of the Internet and e-economy)
  • Technological and organisational innovations as a way to build competitive edge

Foreign investments
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Qubus Hotel Diamond Hall

  • Investment climate in Central Europe countries
  • Support instruments for investments
  • Role of regions and cities
  • Support for investments in the sector of new technologies

Supporting companies’ restructuring and regional development by Industrial Development Agency (ARP SA)
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Qubus Hotel Diamond Hall

  • Restructuring funds of companies
  • Support not being public aid
  • Support for endangered companies
  • Fund for financing projects oriented towards boosting energy efficiency of small and medium companies – Loans and guarantees backed by own funds
Session organizer: Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu SA (Industry Development Agency)

Infrastructure, transport I
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Hall of the Silesian Parliament

  • Goals of the European transport policy. Priorities. Environmental conditions
  • Projects in the area of transport infrastructure – the so-called Trans-European Networks (TEN). International coordination and cooperation. Execution schedule
  • Central and Eastern Europe Region on the transport map of the European Union
  • Infrastructural investments in the region (railways, roads). Costs and financing. Who should pay for the transport infrastructure: tax payers or users?
  • Attractiveness of the region for investors. How to engage private capital? Competition for the acquisition of private capital for transport investments
  • Motorways and other transportation projects executed as part of preparations for Euro 2012

Infrastructure, transport I
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Silesian Voivodeship Office Hall of the Silesian Parliament

  • Goals of the European transport policy. Priorities. Environmental conditions
  • Projects in the area of transport infrastructure – the so-called Trans-European Networks (TEN). International coordination and cooperation. Execution schedule
  • Central and Eastern Europe Region on the transport map of the European Union
  • Infrastructural investments in the region (railways, roads). Costs and financing. Who should pay for the transport infrastructure: tax payers or users?
  • Attractiveness of the region for investors. How to engage private capital? Competition for the acquisition of private capital for transport investments
  • Motorways and other transportation projects executed as part of preparations for Euro 2012

Public-private partnership
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • Financing infrastructure projects on the basis of PPP
  • Public-private partnership – European an polish experience
  • Analysis and division of investment risk
  • The procedure for agreements between private and public partners
  • Investments at the self-government level as a local development stimulus
  • New legal regulations

Real estate, trends on real estate market in Central and Eastern Europe
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • Investment climate and attractiveness of Central and Eastern Europe
  • New investment areas: logistics, BPO and modern town space
  • Reviewed strategies – current plans of the largest developers on Polish and European market
  • Investments in hotel facilities

Construction industry
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Marble Hall

  • We’re behind the peak... Infrastructural investments and European resources – the nearest outlook and priorities
  • What after boom? Expected areas of activity of construction companies. Industry, power industry, ecology and telecommunication as the sources of “new prosperity”
  • Public sector and private investor. Models of cooperation – business relations, financing, law. Polish and European experiences in the field of public-private partnership
  • Energy efficiency – currently valid trend in the European construction industry (legal conditions – EU requirements, necessary changes and their time)
  • Technologies in modern construction industry: energy efficiency, new construction materials and techniques, tools supporting the management of investment process

Metropolitan act
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Silesian Voivodeship Office Blue Hall

  • Present legal foundation of the functioning of metropolitan areas
  • Experience in management of large urban areas
  • The course of parliamentary works on draft metropolitan act
  • Proposed stipulations of the act

Public transport and transport openness as a prerequisite for economic growth and quality of life of those living in metropolitan areas
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Silesian Voivodeship Office Blue Hall

  • Ease of moving within conurbations
  • Prospects of connecting the railway transport with the airport
  • Opportunities for the establishment of High Speed Lines
  • Environmentally-friendly rolling stock
  • Opportunities for the development of water and air roads

Power industry in Poland
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall I and II

  • Changes in the Polish energy market – assessment of recent years
  • For whom is it profitable to change provider? – application of the TPA principle
  • The role of stock trading in the process of liberalisation
  • The relationship between the price, the market and regulations
  • The market and network investments
  • The relationship between free-market mechanisms in energy trading and ownership issues in the power industry

Nuclear energy sector
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall I and II

  • Renaissance out of convenience – nuclear energy industry in Europe. The plans and position of Poland
  • Choosing a nuclear technology – a technical and political decision. The most vital criteria in the choice of technology for nuclear power plants in Poland
  • Economic conditions of nuclear projects. Costs of constructing power plants and necessary infrastructure. The price of energy from nuclear power plants
  • Safety of using nuclear power plants
  • Ways of storing and securing used nuclear fuel

Clean Coal Technologies
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall I and II

  • The CCS European Demonstration Programme, the NER300 competition
  • The CCS European Industrial Initiative (SET-Plan)
  • Financing Clean Coal Technologies
  • Geological aspects of CO2 storage
  • Social acceptance of CCS
  • Polish initiatives in the field of CCT
  • CCS – Carbon Capture and Storage
  • CCT – Clean Coal Technologies
Session Partner: The Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the European Union (KPK)

Financing of investments related to energy security
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall III and IV

State, politics, economy. The most important economic questions in opinions of main political forces
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall III and IV

  • How much state in economy. Privatisation. State as a regulator and owner
  • Situation of public finance vs. social security system. Effectiveness and responsibility in politicians’ decisions.
  • National energy security. Common European policy. Raw materials strategy, delivery destinations, investments.
  • Role of Poland in Central and Eastern Europe region. Economy versus priorities of foreign policy
  • New political order and new EU financial perspective. Opportunities and threats for Polish economy

Gas power industry
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Opal Hall III and IV

  • Prospects of development of gas power industry in the context of EU climate policy
  • The role of energy coming from gas in energy mix of European economies
  • Investments in gas generation. Progression and plans
  • Diversification and delivery logistics, network determinants

Innovativeness in climate defense
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • Key meaning of innovativeness in the process of adjusting industry to requirements connected with climate defence
  • Clean coal technologies. Concepts, projects, pilot schemes. Polish specialty or disappearing chance?
  • Climate protection must be profitable. Cost aspect in investments. EU programmes for supporting development of clean technologies
  • New green market – pro-ecological solutions for industry. Offer and real demand
  • Power industry innovativeness. Current trends in investments

Smart Cities
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • Polish league of “Smart Cities”: Warsaw, Wrocław, Tricity, the Upper Silesian Agglomeration
  • European Industrial Initiative “Smart Cities”
  • Smart grids, smart regions, smart cities – Poland and Eastern Europe
  • Amsterdam – an example of a smart city
  • Elements of a smart city in Poland
  • The smart region in Poland – what to start with
Session Partner: The Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the European Union (KPK)

EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme Challenges and opportunities for the third trading phase
18 maja 2011, 14.00-16.00
Angelo Hotel Rubin Hall

  • What are the rule changes, how will they affect industry?
  • Particular challenges for Central and Eastern European economies?
  • Price developments and business opportunities?
  • Looking outside the EU, are other regions introducing carbon pricing?

Geothermal waters and balneology as a real opportunity for the development of communes
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Amber Hall

  • Possibilities of using geothermal waters
  • Presentation of experiences in the field of underground water usage in Poland
  • Potential investors
Session organizer: Jaworze Commune

The judicature and economic processes
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Amber Hall

  • What do trainings and special programmes educating prosecutors and judges in financial questions give?
  • Quality problems, problems with lengthiness of court procedures – do commercial courts act better and more efficiently?
  • Arbitration – its impact on conflicts resolution
  • Public prosecutor’s office and business. Preparation of judiciary organs for companies’ analysis in the face of changing legal regulations

Session organizer: Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

Social Economy and Social Services
18 maja 2011, 09.00-11.00
Angelo Hotel Onyx Hall

  • Development of social and economy services in Poland
  • State policy relating to social and economy services
  • Contracting of social services by public administrations

Georgia – country of economic freedom
18 maja 2011, 11.30-13.30
Angelo Hotel Onyx Hall

  • Legal framework, tax system
  • Investment opportunities
  • Doing business in Georgia - communications infrastructure
Session organizer: Polish-Georgian Chamber of Commerce

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