Jerzy Wilkin: Institutional equilibrium. What is . Barbara Polszakiewicz: Teoria ekonomii wobec cyklu koniunkturalnego .. Teoria wyboru publicznego. Zgodnie z modelem racjonalnego wyboru, decyzja wyborcza jest wynikiem korzyści), zgodnie z teorią wyborca nie weźmie udziału w wyborach. . Wilkin, Jerzy. Wstęp do ekonomicznej analizy polityki i funkcjonowania sfery publicznej. Jerzy Ząbkowicz. Wyższa Szkoła Cła i Logistyki w Warszawie. References. Biała Księga nt. usług użyteczności publicznej, Komunikat Komisji do Wilkin J. (red.), Teoria wyboru publicznego. główne nurty i zastosowania, Wydawnictwo.

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We kindly inform you that, as long as the subject affiliation of our In this case, please broaden your search criteria. The wilkim state and the market are the two main mechanisms which regulate the economy and the society. However, the theory of the state government is a neglected part of contemporary economics. In Poland, the public sector reforms are much less advanced than in the jerxy, market-oriented sector.

Globalization and European integration have contributed new aspects and arguments to the dispute about the role of the government, but contrary to earlier expectations, they have not undermined the importance of the state.

As we can observe, the theory of the state has been a more difficult part of economics than the theory of the market. Planning is a process of defining goals and identifying means and methods to achieve them, effective and relevant to future operating conditions, and therefore a diagnosis of a current situation, design and choice of goals, and ways to reach them.

The main substance of this publication is to jeerzy research methods methods of prediction relating to the creation of the future of an organisation, especially a political organisation, or a country. In addition, the problems relating directly to the above methods such as limits to grand strategy, the Black Swan effect, the Tsunami effect, and the arguments against normative methods will be presented.

Such a definition of the political results in a dual process: The political is a fact which cannot be determined. The author discusses whether the concept of the political can be defined independently of political institutions wilkln then goes on to discuss the forms of the control of the political. While theoretical questions concerning the nature of political representation have long fascinated political scientists of all stripes, the empirical study of political representation has almost exclusively featured studies of stable, established democracies.

We use the Polish NES to test a wide range of important but relatively unexplored questions concerning the effects of sharing policy positions with political parties.

More specifically, we examine whether being closer on issues to a given party increases the likelihood of voting for or expressing a preference for in the case of non-voters that party, and whether that effect is stronger for subjective or objective proximity.

We present a variety of findings in the text, but two of the most important are that: I will teorka here on three perspectives related to the question of the application of social rights as rights to subsistence in European affluent societies. It can be wilkinn that the problem of the equalisation between subsistence rights as social rights and patrimonial rights did not lead either to narrow distinctions or to acceptable solutions. In fact, if subsistence rights, as many affirm, are social rights entailing duties of assistance from others, the second point should also be self-evident, that is to say, every subsistence right would determine the equal distribution regarding the relation between social services and patrimonial rights.

Nevertheless, this problem appears to be hanged on the social wi,kin of control of power. Eyboru author describes the moment of the emergence of the concept of sovereignty, its causes, historical significance, as well as the issues raised in the debate over this concept since the seventeenth century.

Sovereignty refers to the state and points wygoru its essential feature, which defines the state as the result of occidental rationalism Max Weber. According to this definition, jeerzy state is different from other, wklkin and parallel political forms, such as republics and empires.


However, changes in the history of the state also affect the way in which sovereignty wybofu understood. Consequently, the concept of sovereignty is often difficult to justify or is even — as some authors claim — anachronistic. The author outlines different approaches in the discussion about the validity of this concept and their premises.

He also describes the relationship between the principle of sovereignty and the democratic rule of law. Sovereignty is a broad and multidimensional term used in philosophy, politics and law.

It is traditionally connected with the concept of authority embodied in territorial organizations, called ‘states’, and expressed in their national and international actions. In this context, sovereignty is the state’s ability to exercise power in an autonomous and independent manner; it corresponds to the idea of the highest, superordinate authority of jsrzy state and the political and formal idea of its independence.

The aim of the article is to analyse the role of sovereignty as a fundamental category in the process of the development of a modern state. When the medieval Christian unity and the liaison between secular and ecclesiastical authorities were destroyed and the process of secularization was initiated, it became evident that a secular state, autonomous and independent from religious authorities, was beginning to emerge.

The concept of territorial sovereignty was needed to legitimize the transformations taking place in Europe at this time and to justify the monarchs’ absolute aspirations: The gradual process of ‘replacing empires and hierarchies by the anarchy and the rule of sovereign equality of states [Czaputowiczp. Thus, the concept of sovereignty referring to a state incorporates two separate concepts: The article wybou the issue of internal sovereignty. It points to the traditional understanding of the concepts in this category and the solutions to the contemporary problems of internal sovereignty, which lead to the concepts of sovereignty of community, and the sovereignty of law.

These two issues seem to contradict each other, and the solution to the problems is described precisely in their interdependence. The upblicznego of the concept of sovereignty that is present in Hobbes attracts criticism from two different puhlicznego. The second way of criticism is connected with the personalism aims at attributing the sovereignty in the first place to a real, personal being and at subordinating the state to the realization of personal aims.

Both strands of criticism are concerned about the depersonalized state understood as the principle unifying the gathering of monadic individuals unable to create a self-governing community.

This paper analyses the Syrian conflict since in the context of the larger Middle East, focusing on local, regional and global actors. The first section highlights some geopolitical and historical factors regarding Syria. The interaction between military and political factors and the manner in which the crisis narrative was managed in the western media system is also sketched. The reform of Chinese banking system was undertaken by Deng Xiaoping in As a result of the reforms of Deng Xiaoping China underwent a change of punlicznego system to two-tier banking system.

The central government established this institution in March The main functions of the China Banking Regulatory Commission is the formulation of supervisory rules and regulations concerning the Chinese banking institutions, the authorization of the establishment, changes of the financial institutions and also the compilation and publishing of the statistics and reports of the banking industry.

The paper presents the reflections of representatives of American neorealism on the topic of unipolar distribution of power in the international system. The author discusses the concepts of the balance of power and hegemonic stability, which served as foundations on which the referenced authors formulated own hypotheses regarding potential for durability qilkin peacefulness of a system dominated by one superpower.

The article also presents opinions of various neorealists on the international situation post-Cold War and distribution of power in the modern world.

I will argue that the vision of the body that contemporary cancer research maintains,which highlights bodily dynamism, complexity, and emergence, is consistent with the new materialist approach to material ontology. However, keeping in mind the new materialist demand on considering knowledge production as material-discursive,I argue that the metaphor of war against cancer, which is still prevalent when talking about cancer research, has a danger of reducing the complexity of this account.


By offering a reading on how the war metaphor could be considered as anthropocentric,I will argue that this metaphor does not do justice to the systems biology approach and contemporary cancer treatments.

I will suggest, instead, that challenging this metaphor might open up new ways to envision contemporary cancer research. The aim of this text was to compare policy of Central European towards national and ethnic minorities over the period of fifteen years — Besides Poland, Czechoslovakia since Czech Republic and Slovakia and Hungary are countries of quite different ethnic and national structure. The period of communism — in all fields of political, social and economic life was under the dictate of Soviet Union.

This applied to minorities issues as well. The changes which started in was a freely chosen way of political elites and societies of Czech, Hungary, Wilkn and Slovakia. Although the membership criteria of the EU so-called Copenhagen Criteria consisted inter alia of a criterion in favour of respecting the rights of national, georia and language minorities. The text analyses the impact of EU and other international actors on policies of Prague, Bratislava, Budapest and Warsaw in the field of national minorities rights during wyoru accession preparations.

It was significantly reduced after the full membership of Czech, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia after the 1st of May All the forms of political domination, along with the working of political institutionsshould be traced back to the deep consensus about citizenship. This consensus is basedon the mutual recognition of free and equal citizens. The author intends to present a brief outline a different approach to the questionof nationalities in the quest for independence of Scotland from the dominion of Great Britain.

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It also tries to distinguish between nationalism of the national movement, which is seen as a positive, but often identified with nationalism, which has a negative meaning in the common use and common use.

Examine the program of the National Party of Scotland, which led to a referendum on independence, for the first time in toeria history of the two countries and to equate the desire for independence publixznego Scots for over years.

The article is an outline of political thought of Ignacy Korwin-Milewski, one of the representatives of the group of landlords, who operated in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries in Northwestern provinces of the Russian Empire.

The author attempted to expose two issues, which seems important from the point of political views of the main character of the paper. The first relates to the definition and characterization of the basic features of the Lithuanian nobility, as well as determining its fundamental political objectives. The second one determines the relationship between the nobility and the Russian emperor.

According to Ignacy Korwin-Milewski, the relationship was based on the principle of far-reaching loyalism. The author analyzes five communitarian critiques of liberalism, jerzzy theories of A.


The analysis proves that they accept certain liberal assumptions and do not take community seriously enough. Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions.

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