Kulikowski, Nahorski, Owsiński (eds.), Transition to Advanced Market Institutions and Economies_Warsaw, June 18-21 1997_conference materials

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The present volume contains the basic materials for the International Conference on „Transition to Advanced Market Institutions and Economies”, which is taking place in Warsaw on June 18-21, 1997. This Conference is organized by the Systems Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, together with the Polish Operations and Systems Research Society, in cooperation with such international bodies as International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS), International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), the Institute for Operations Reasearch and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).

The present book contains the abstracts and extended abstracts of most of the papers presented to the Conference. It is envisaged that the post-conference publications, in which full texts of papers will be published, will take more than one form, both in view of the overall volume of materials, and of the variety of fields which they relate to. We may already now say that one resulting publication will appear through Annals of Operations Research and will most probably contain the more technical good quality papers, while the second possibility will be provided by a special issue of Control and Cybernetics, the quarterly journal published by the Systems Research Institute. There are still other possibilities, of which the participants will be informed during the meeting.


Table of contents:


Conference Committees

Program of the Conference


Plenary lectures:
  1. Leonid HURWICZ, „Modelling institutional change”
  2. Reinhard NECK, „Macroeconomic modelling of transition to market economies”
  3. Anatoli A. PERVOZVANSKI, V. BARINOV, „Evolution of Russian foreign currency market”
  4. Władysław WELFE, „Topics of modelling economies in transition”
  5. Milan ZELENY, „National and corporate asset optimization: from macro to micro-reengineering”
Regular papers:
  1. Irina M. AKIMOVA, „Marketing management in Ukraine during privatization”
  2. Chris ALLEN, Katerina SMIDKOVA, „Modelling financial innovation in the Czech Republic: an application of the envelope theorem to the almost ideal demand system”
  3. Stanisław AMBROSZKIEWICZ, „On the concepts of rationalizability in games”
  4. Stanisław AMBROSZKIEWICZ, S. BYLKA, J. KOMAR, „Price oligopoly with coalitions and negotiations”
  5. Janusz BABAROWSKI, Jakub GUTENBAUM, Michał INKIELMAN, „Price mechanisms in the macroeconomic simulation model”
  6. Chong-en BAI, Yijian WANG, „Agency in project screening and termination decisions: why is good money thrown after bad?”
  7. Scott BAIER, Gerhard GLOMM, „Long-run growth with distortionary government expenditure and transfers”
  8. A.H. ?AYAR, P.M.C. de BOER, H.HOBUN, Carlos MARTINEZ, T. PAMUKCU, „Trade liberalization and imports of manufactures in Turkey”
  9. P. BEARSE, Gerhard GLOMM, B. RAVIKUMAR, „Education finance, economic growth and income distribution”
  10. Marida BERTOCCHI, Rosella GIACOMETTI, Leon SŁOMINSKI, „Bond portfolio management with repo contracts: the Italian case”
  11. Paul M.C. de BOER, Carlos MARTINEZ, R. HARKEMA, „Trade liberalization and allocation over domestic and foreign supplies: a case study of Spanish manufacturing”
  12. P. BUKA, „Practical using of systems theory in state construction”
  13. Hanna BURY, „Family utility model and tax policy”
  14. S. BYLKA, J. KOMAR, „Discrete time dynamic game model for price competition in an oligopoly”
  15. Baoline CHEN, „Knowledge barrier, technology adoption and endogenous economic growth”
  16. Shu-Heng CHEN, Chia-Hsuan YECH, „Simulating economic transition processes by genetic programming ”
  17. Wiesław CIECHANOWICZ et al., „Computer simulation of the sustainable development of the agricultural sector in Poland”
  18. Jesus CORDOBES, A. FUERTES, D. VARGAS, „A decision-making software focused on operations research”
  19. Abdalla M. DADDESH, „Forecasting fresh water demand in Libya until the year 2050 Zang Ren DE: Chinese enterprise choices in terms of property rights systems”
  20. Shuhui DENG, Bin LIU, XueKun WANG, „Some research on monetary policy in the transition period of China ”
  21. Oleg EISMOND, „Inflation and demand for money balances in transition economies Faten Hosny FAHMY: Designing of PV rural electrification for small model of tourism village in Egypt”
  22. Bogumił FIKSAK, „Application of Kohonen map for strategic analysis of enterprise”
  23. Gabriela FLORESCU, Marko van LEEUWEN, „Susdem - a model-based tool for sustainable development policy in the Romanian transient economy”
  24. A. FUERTES, Jesus CORDOBES, J. LOIS, „ANNs as a decision-making support tool: a classificational perspective”
  25. Janos GACS, „Impediments to exports in small transition economies”
  26. S. GANCHAROVA, M.SHVARTSMAN, B. IASINSKI et al., „Currency mechanism definement in sway networks”
  27. Natalya GNATOVSKAYA, „Towards market economy: a comparative analysis of the post-Soviet Republics”
  28. Thomas GRIES, Stefan JUNGBLUT, Henning MEYER, „European integration and the dynamics of transition in Eastern Europe”
  29. Thorvaldur GYLFASSON, „Inflation, efficiency and economic growth”
  30. Marion A, HERSH, „A systems approach to the promotion of intranational stability through the resolution of international conflicts”
  31. Marion A. HERSH, „The transition to sustainable transport systems”
  32. Piotr HOLNICKI, Andrzej KAŁUSZKO, „An algorithm for optimal investment allocation for air quality improvement”
  33. Jerzy HOŁUBIEC, „Restructuring management of the Russian oil industry”
  34. Jerzy HOŁUBIEC, Waldemar ŁABUDA, Joanna MALICKA-WĄSOWSKA, „Modelling regional socio-economic systems during transition”
  35. Jerzy HOŁUBIEC, Grażyna PETRICZEK, „Restructuring regional management in Poland”
  36. Jerzy HOŁUBIEC, Stanisław PIASECKI, „Economic conflicts and transition”
  37. Milan HORNIACEK, „Entry into a foreign collusive market (A game theoretic analysis of alleged dumping)”
  38. P.I. IVANOVA, T.D. TAGAREV, „A neuro-fuzzy approach to the recognition of patterns of preconflict situations”
  39. P.I. IVANOVA, T.D. TAGAREV, Andrew HUNTER, „Selection of indicators for early warning of violent political conflicts by genetic algorithms”
  40. Henrik K. JACOBSEN, „Anintegrated approach to structural change in the energy system and links to the economic system”
  41. Witold JAKÓBIK, „Structural adjustment in Poland's economy - theory and practice”
  42. Misa JANDRIC, VESNA MILICEVIC, „Quantitative bases for stabilization transition and . development policy ofF.R. Yugoslavia”
  43. M. JATHE, St. PICKL, J. SCHEFFRAN, „Control and game-theoretic assessment of climate change - options for European-Chinese cooperation”
  44. Jian JIN, Yongjian LIU, „Study on development strategics of the information technical industrialization in China”
  45. Chiang KAO, „Short-run and long-run efficiency measures for multiplant firms”
  46. Michale KEANE, Eswar PRASAD, „Income, consumption and saving in a transition economy: evidence from Polish household data”
  47. Frederick O. KILE, „Appropriate uses of quantitative management methods in transitional economies”
  48. Marc KILGOUR, „Enforcing rules: lessons from arms control”
  49. Sergey KIRPICH, Alexander P. REPEKO, Igor A. AKIMOV, „Systemic approach and formal criterion for effective interaction of open systems”
  50. Gaidis KLAVS, Viktors ZEBERGS, Ivars KUDRENICKIS, „Energy in transition period: implementation of planning models for Latvia”
  51. Leszek KLUKOWSKI, „The nearest adjoining order method for pairwise comparisons in the form of difference of ranks”
  52. Zoltan KOLLAR, Erzsebet KOVACS, „Transition to advanced market: transition towards advanced economies?”
  53. Piotr KONIECZNY, „On application of econometrics methods in interest rate risk modelling”
  54. Janusz KOSINSKI, „A possibility of application of Genetic Algorithms in investment project cash-flow optimization”
  55. Maciej KRAWCZAK, „Neural networks application to economic time series”
  56. Maciej KRAWCZAK, Antoni MIKLEWSKI, „Financial time series - analysis and prediction”
  57. Marc KRUGLANSKI, „Incumbent advantage versus recognition advantage in elections”
  58. Roman KULIKOWSKI, „Joint investments in a risky venture”
  59. Somdeb LAHIRI, „Some remarks on properties for choice functions”
  60. Zi-Jiang LI, Qiong-Jun HE, „Modelling of the Chinese state-owned enterprise management system in transition”
  61. Stanislaw ŁUKASIK, „Two-stage optimization of the development strategy of a road network”
  62. Anton MARCINCIN, Sweder van WUNBERGEN, „Selection bias in privatization of Czech enterprises: an empirical analysis”
  63. Jacek MERCIK, „Computer simulation of group decision making”
  64. Czeslaw MESJASZ, „Stability, turbulence, chaos? Systems analogies and metaphors and the change in large scale social systems”
  65. Ken MORITA, „An economic analysis of foreign direct investment in eastern and central Europe”
  66. Zbigniew NAHORSKI, Hans RAVN, „Mathematical models in economic environmental problems”
  67. Mariella NENOVA, Alfredo CANAVESE, „Inflation stabilization and state-owned enterprises' behavior in transition economies - the case of Bulgaria”
  68. Lise NIELSEN, „Macroeconomic modelling and the energy sector”
  69. S. NOVIKOVA, S. GANCHAROVA, A. IVANOV et al., „Hierarchical mathematics and cybernetics in design of sway networks of states and states' unions”
  70. Włodzimierz OGRYCZAK, „Multiple criteria linear programming model for portfolio selection”
  71. Joanna OLBRYŚ, „Computing an unanticipated rate of return on bonds and bond portfolios Peter C. ORDESHOOK: Stable federalism: economics or political institutional design?”
  72. Stanisława OSTASIEWICZ, Walenty OSTASIEWICZ, „Means and their applications”
  73. Wiesław OTTA, „Adjustment behaviour of Polish enterprises. Towards a micro-theory of transition”
  74. Jan W. OWSINSKI, Sławomir ZADROŻNY, „Are enterprises behaving? the analysis of economic activity space”
  75. Jan W. OWSIŃSKI, Sławomir ZADROŻNY, „Declarations vs. reality: what MPs say, how they are perceived and what they in fact do?”
  76. Wojciech OŻDŻEŃSKI, „Computer supported appraisal of companies' effectiveness”
  77. Anatoli A. PERVOZVANSKI, „Optimal portfolio for nonstationary security market”
  78. Joanna POYAGO-THEOTOKY, „R&D competition in a mixed duopoly under uncertainty and easy imitation”
  79. Edward RADOSIŃSKI, „An application of computer simulation for evaluation of economic indicators”
  80. Hans RAVN, Klaus SKYTTE, „Uncertainty in energy-economic modelling of the electrical power sector”
  81. Jacques G. RICHARDSON, „Seeking and promoting new attitudes towards population stability and quality of life: a model”
  82. Maria E. ROCHINA-BARRACHINA, „New estimators for panel data sample selection models: their interest for labour economics research, consumption and investment choices”
  83. R. RUIZ, A. FUERTES, Jesus CORDOBES, „Macroeconomic modelling and learning through system dynamics”
  84. Leonidas L. SAKALAUSKAS, „Dynamic model for long-term prognosis of principal ecological-economic indices of Lithuania”
  85. Juan A. SANCHIS-LLOPIS, „Infrequency of purchase: a model for clothing consumption with panel data”
  86. Jean-Luc SCHNEIDER, „Transition and stability of redistribution policies”
  87. Philipp SCHRODER, „Restructuring, corporate control and manager, incentives in transition economies”
  88. Urmas SEPP, „Currency board arrangement and inflation in Estonia”
  89. Pere SIKAVICA, Borna BEBEK, „Macroeconomic modelling; Learning models”
  90. Talgat K. SIRAZETDINOV et al., „Dynamic modelling of a regional economic development”
  91. S. SIVASUNDARAM, S. VASSILYEV, „Acceleration of negotiation”
  92. Włodzimierz SMOLEŃSKI, Leszek ZAREMBA, „Immunization strategies with fluctuating bond prices”
  93. T. SOJKA, A. LAŚCIAK, „Forecasting in a transforming economy”
  94. Xuefeng SONG, S. FAN, „The role ofclean and efficient use of coal in the future energy and environment of China”
  95. Honorata SOSNOWSKA, „Some remarks on game theoretical approach to prediction of forming parliamentary coalitions. Case of Polish elections in 1997”
  96. R. STARKERMANN, „What, if it's all an illusion?”
  97. Andrzej STRASZAK, „The virtual regions within the virtual society. OR/MS challenges and opportunities”
  98. Emil SVOBODA, „Analysis of entrepreneurial strategies of economical subjects operating in the field of agriculture in the Czech'Republic”
  99. Tomasz SZAPIRO, J. MATYSIEWICZ, „Marketing innovation in transition to market economy - bridging soft and hard approaches to conflict analysis”
  100. Edward SZCZERBICKI, T. BURNS, „Transition from sequential to concurrent engineering”
  101. Grażyna SZKATUŁA, Jerzy HOŁUBIEC, Dariusz WAGNER, „Forecasting voting behaviour using machine-learning - Poland in transition”
  102. Eulalia SZMIDT, Janusz KACPRZYK, „Intuitionistic juzzy sets for more realistic group decision making”
  103. Roman SZUL, „Border regions of Poland during the transformation”
  104. Kazimierz R. ŚLIWA, Tomasz R. WIELICKI, „The simulation of a company?s market value. A case of the corporation 'Gama'”
  105. Kazimierz R. ŚLIWA, Tomasz R. WIELICKI, „Systems dynamics in the analysis of a sustainable growth of the city of Cuernavaca (Mexico)”
  106. Guogiang TIAN, „A theory of endogenous ownership arrangements in transitional economies”
  107. Guocheng WANG, „The game relationship between central and local governments in Chinese transition”
  108. Eyal WINTER, „Voting and Vetoing”
  109. Yuri YEGOROV, „The impact of transition on existing infrastructure”
  110. Maurice YOLLES, Paul ILLES, Jindrich KALUZA, „Multi-organisational partnerships as pluralistic paradigms”
  111. Lech W. ZACHER, „Approaches to transformations - on theorizing and modelling”
  112. Iliana ZLOCH-CHRISTY, „Industrial policy: does eastern Europe need one?”

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