Opening of the European Economic CongressMORE SPEAKERS
In search of a new Europe – a need for a fresh view. Conclusion from Brexit. An alternative for populism? Europe after elections – anticipations and projections.
How do young Europeans perceive their position? European integration, a Europe of nations – what projects they wish to be identified with? Cynicism and trust in politics – the young as the subject of manipulation or partners in a dialogue? Key problems of the young generation – a rational choice in a situation of excessive opportunities. New technologies – friendly, hostile, addictive?
European culture of innovation and knowledge – potential and use thereof. Attractiveness of the EU's development model in the world in view of globalisation trends and the growing power of supranational companies. Europe versus trade barriers and limitations.
Urbanisation, society, the economy. Cities as growth generators. Investments and financing thereof – what should be supported, what tools should be used. Public and private partnership. Quality of life as a “development fetish” – at what price? Technologies in cities – experiments on a living organism? Urban centres and regions versus the environment – green, friendly, attractive. Sustainable transport in contemporary cities.
A brave new world? Concerns and hopes of the digital era. The fourth industrial revolution – economic and social conditions related to launch of new (digital) technologies. Their economic potential.
Work in a different manner – how technologies change employment. Robotisation and automation versus changes in the educational system and in social life – in behaviour, needs and habits. Cyber hazards – sources and types. How can we protect ourselves? Artificial intelligence, access to data versus the need for privacy and security.
What about successors to leaders with family/author's roots? Problems with succession a problem for the Polish and European economies – observed effects, future hazards and risks. Scenarios of transferring authority – in stable and mature economies and in young and fast growing economies. In a dynamic environment: external investors, mergers, restructuring. Business models and management styles: traditions versus challenges of modern times. Strategy of leader change – balance of losses and benefits. A change of generation as an opportunity for a development leap?
Podczas panelu po raz pierwszy zaprezentowany zostanie najnowszy raport Polskiego Towarzystwa Przesyłu i Rozdziału Energii Elektrycznej pt. „Energetyka. Dystrybucja i przesył”. Będzie on punktem wyjścia do rozmowy z udziałem przedstawicieli spółek energetycznych – operatorów systemu przesyłowego i systemów dystrybucyjnych.
Decisions made at COP 24 in Katowice and the future of global climate protection policies. EU emission goals and the EU ETS systems versus climatic strategies of other countries in the world. Developed and developing economies – different approaches to greenhouse effects and how to mitigate them.
Sustainable development in company strategies. Environmental responsibility versus competitiveness and consumers’ requirements. Adaptation to climate change. Closed circuit economy and waste disposal. Regulations and innovations protecting the climate. Emission sources of hothouse gases – what can the new “green” technologies change?
Changes in the structure of fuel consumption – core trends in Europe and the world. The future of a common European energy policy.
Increasing energy prices – effects on the economy and competitive edge of companies. New technologies in power generation – storage of energy, electromobility, alternative fuels and energy generation techniques. Digitisation in power generation – new opportunities.
Importance of renewable energy sources and new opportunities related to their use; distributed generation. Prosumers on the energy market. The power market in Europe and in Poland. Investments in power generation. Security of systems.
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