University of Lotz (Poland), Dept. of Entrepreneurship & Industrial Policy

 

The Department of Entrepreneurship and Industrial Policy is the didactic and research unit at the Management Faculty of the University of Lodz.

The Department deals with education and research in the field of entrepreneurship, economics and management of small and medium-sized firms, regional and industrial policy.

As the first academic centre in Poland it embarked upon lectures and seminars on entrepreneurship and small business management offered to extremely diverse audiences spanning from undergraduate students to owners and managers of small and medium-sized firms.

Apart from their didactic activity the staff of the Department are involved in research on start-ups, entrepreneurship and small business management in Poland and in the Central and Eastern European Countries.

It maintains close contacts with other centres conducting educational and informational activity oriented mainly at the analysis of SME sector in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Professor Bogdan Piasecki

Professor Piasecki is Head of Department of Entrepreneurship and Industrial Policy at the University of Lodz. He specialises in the development of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and SME policy. Recent projects include: the survival, growth and support needs of manufacturing SMEs in Poland and the Baltic States; strengths and weaknesses of manufacturing SMEs in Poland with implication for policy; internationalisation, inter-firm linkages and SME development in Central and Eastern Europe; impact of the Russian crisis on Polish SMEs; a comparison of conditions for running a business activity by SMEs in Poland and other countries; impact of Poland's integration with the European Union on SME sector.

Associate Professor Anna Rogut PhD

Dr Rogut (University of Lodz) has done research and published articles and books on topics such as development of SMEs and SME policy. Recent projects include: the survival, growth and support needs of manufacturing SMEs in Poland and the Baltic States; strengths and weaknesses of manufacturing SMEs in Poland with implication for policy; internationalisation, inter-firm linkages and SME development in Central and Eastern Europe, impact of the Russian crisis on Polish SMEs; a comparison of conditions for running a business activity by SMEs in Poland and other countries; impact of Poland's integration with the European Union on SME sector.

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