The journal content is indexed in CrossCheck , the CrossRef initiative to prevent scholarly and professional plagiarism. Although the phenomenon of competition is fundamental of the economic theory and policy, the scientists have not yet achieved the consensus concerning the kind of competition which should be protected. Contemporary researchers striving to find the answer to this question rely on their predecessors achievements and the recognition that all elements of the classical structure-conduct-performance paradigm are influencing each other. Thus, the current research on competition is conducted within the confines of the theory of economy and management and the protection of competition in the contemporary global economy constitutes a challenge for the competition theory in all three areas mentioned in the paradigm. Given the above, there are several issues of vital importance. Begg, D.

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Contents: I. Introduction to Macroeconomics 1. Realm of Macroeconomics 2. Circular flow. Begg, S. Fischer, R. Waterworks and their kinds. Deterministic theories of social life conditioning. Alternative sources of inflation 5. Static and dynamic analysis of the economic growth. Economic profitability in reference to other, traditional in our country, carriers of energy. Sociology — part-time first-cycle studies Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classesmight be available in the USOSweb system: Housing policy in free market economy on an example of a chosen highly developed countries.

Renewable and nonrenewable resources. Integration of management systems: The state interventionism and marketing of the public sector. The theory, practice and policy of European integration. Population of the world. Market aspects of spatial implementation — an economic dimension of an external space effects, spatial behaviours.

Notion and inflation measurements 2. Prognosing and simulation on the ground of an econometric model building one-equation and multi-equation prognostic models, assumptions and rules of econometric prognosing, prognoses construction, an econometric model as a tool of simulations. The economic functions of the state in the economy.

This course is related to the following study programmes: Conditions of economical use of heat energy. Fiscuer areas of occurrence and use of natural resources.

The transformation process of the social-economic system in Poland and the public sector — an analysis of legal-economic conditioning. A profile and creation of present money. Studying symmetry and randomness of random element distribution.

The object of macroeconomics and its importance. Methods of increasing a credit balance ekobomia a trade balance. Studying non-bias of random deviations, stationary state and autocorrelation of random element distribution. Kinds of statistical studies. Objects of regional policy. Structure differentiation gegg terrains i in this the structure of farmlands in different parts of the world, and its connection with population. An economic analysis of problems connected with environment protection in the market economy.

Division of Gross National Product. Housing sub-standards and criterions of their distinguishing. Eigenvalues, characteristic polynomials and square forms with uses in statistics and models of inter-branches flows.

Employing the notions of a straight line, hyper-lane and rkonomia in formulating microeconomic linear relations. The equilibrium in monopolistic competition. Organizing economy of flats supplies. External effects and public goods and general optimum.

Principles and kinds of environment protection policy ecological policy. Specific forms of economic activity in modern industry, including Joint Venture potential advantages and risks related to JV. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website.

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The course in Macroeconomics I is built around several basic areas. Together they give a concise view of the functioning of the economy as a whole, allow to learn the structure of modern macroeconomic theory and provide a basis for studying macroeconomics at a higher level. In the first part of the course, which discusses the purpose and method of macroeconomics, fundamental macroeconomic problems economic fluctuations and economic growth, unemployment, inflation are presented, the main macroeconomic sectors households, companies, country, abroad are discussed and an idea of a circular motion of products and money is introduced. Next the concepts of aggregate demand and aggregate supply are discussed. Students get also familiarized with the structure of modern macroeconomic theory. The second part of the course focuses on the problem of measuring of the macroeconomic categories employment, unemployment, production and its components, inflation and external balance the exchange rate, balance of payments.





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