A scientific monograph from the Finanse series Personal finance, ed. Krzysztof Waliszewski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw 2022has been published.
Direct link to the publication: https://publikacje.pan.pl/book/142839/finanse-osobiste
Link to the publication in pdf: https://publikacje.pan.pl/Content/124238/PDF/agregat.pdf
Plenary meeting with the participation of representatives of the Ukrainian scientific world
In view of the current situation in Ukraine, the plenary meeting of the Committee on March 24, 2022 focused on Russia's aggression against Ukraine and its implications for the financial systems.
In addition to the members of the Committee, the meeting was attended by invited guests representing other committees of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Polish Economic Society and leading Polish academic centers. For the first time in the history of the Committee, the meeting was joined by representatives of the Ukrainian world of science, represented by: prof. Ruslan Motoryn (Kiev National University of Trade and Economics), prof. Olga Vovchak (Banking University in Kiev), prof. Mariia Lapishko (Lviv Polytechnic National University) and prof. Nazar Dobosh (Lviv Polytechnic National University).
During the discussion during the meeting, among others, issues related to:
- the current picture of the world economy, including the role of China, the European Union, the USA and Russia,
- global raw material markets and the dependence of European countries on the supply of raw materials from Russia,
- the scope and effectiveness of the sanctions imposed on Russia,
- Ukrainian losses and the reconstruction of its economy after the war (including war reparations),
- the impact of Russian aggression in Ukraine on the Polish economy, financial sector and the labor market,
- information warfare and the credibility and impact of information on the situation on financial markets.
In March 2021, a scientific monograph was published by Difin Publishing House
Scientific editing by Prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Zaleska
The impact of COVID-19 on finances. Polish perspective
The book explores the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with an emphasis on the banking sector, including changes to the bank-customer relationship, as well as loan availability and pricing. In addition, the book presents the unprecedented actions of the Polish central bank, including the launch of the quantitative easing program for the first time. The COVID-19 pandemic took the world by surprise in terms of scale, timing, course and consequences. The modern world does not have enough knowledge and experience in dealing with this type of crisis. The book fills the knowledge gap and the gap in the publishing market to a certain extent (finances). So far, no compact work has been prepared showing the consequences of the current crisis in the financial markets. Each participant of these markets should deepen their knowledge about the mechanisms of the spread of such crises and their consequences for public finances, financial safety net, banks and their clients. Moreover, a timeless lesson should be drawn from the experience of the recent crisis and remembered for a long time. The world of banking and finance will no longer be the same as it was before the current crisis.