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Owsinski, Stefanski, Straszak (eds.), Transition to advanced market economies_preprint_abstract_1992

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This volume is meant to be the introductory material for the international conference on „Transition to Advanced Economies” held in Warsaw on June 22nd - 25th, 1992.

The Conference has been organized by Association of Polish Operational Research Societies and Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences and sponsored by Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences Association of Polish Operational Research Societies IRIS (Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector) - Poland Project The Enterpreneurship Institute.

This volume contains more than 140 abstracts and titles of papers announced fix presentation at this conference. The proposed papers are authored by persons coming from as many as 27 countries. These numbers indicate the geographical scope of interest in subjects related to economic and political transformations taking place within the post- communist countries, but not only in these ones. In feet, transition towards the advanced market systems constitutes the challenge for quite a portion of the contemporary world.

When looking at the range of existing advanced market systems and their current transformations one realizes that there is no one fixed terminal point, and even more than that - there is probably not just one kind of the „best” transition process, the „optimal transition trajectory”.

Whatever the transition trajectory, though, it seems obvious that it should be steered through with the following basic prerequisites in mind:

  1. political democracy,
  2. free field of private enterpreneurship,
  3. free market,
  4. full access to advanced managerial techniques, as well as product and production technologies.

In many instances they are seen in the perspective of application of quantitative, mathematical methods of analysis and design, according to the formula of the meeting, which unites economic sciences, operational research and informatics.

 

Table of Contents:

 

From the Editors

Table of Contents

Draft Schedule

 

OPENING ADDRESS
  1. J. LEWANDOWSKI, „Transition to Free Market Economy - the Polish Experience”

 

PLENARY LECTURES
  1. C. CLAGUE, „The Transition from Socialism to the Market: What Has Been Learned?”
  2. M. SHUTTER, „Privatization, Regulation and New Opportunities for OR”
  3. J. WĘGLARZ, „Decision Support Systems for Multi-objective Project Scheduling”
  4. J J. BRANS, „BANKADVISOR and BANKS. Multicriteria Tools for Industrial and Financial Evaluations”

 

Session 1. TRANSITION TO FREE MARKET: DILEMMAS AND SOLUTIONS

Part 1 A

  1. M. ZELENY, „Transition to Free Markets: the Dilemma of Bang and Becoming”
  2. J.W. OWSIŃSKI, „The Herring Barrel Metaphor Extended: How Things Can Easily Go Wrong?”
  3. Ch.QAGOE, „An Institutional Approach to Comparative Advantage”
  4. G.M. JEFFERSON, „Theoretical Foundations of Reform Strategy in China and East Europe”
  5. A. MOHADJER, „The Rote of Domestic Market in Changing the Economical Climate of East Bloc Towards Advanced Economies”
  6. A. KARMANN, „The Theory of Big Push and the Economic Development of Eastern Europe”
  7. A. BIM, „Transition to Democratic State and to Advanced Market Economy: Systemic Reforms”

Part 1 B

  1. R.A. DWIGHT, „Institntinnal Reform and the Availability of Credit to Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Poland-Collateral Law Reform”
  2. Wang YIFANG, „Several Problems in Transition to Market Economies”
  3. E. PIVOVAROVA, „Chinese Economy Shifting to Market”
  4. L. NOVOSELOVA, „Chinese Experience of Market Transformation: Investment Factor”
  5. R. ŁAWNICZAK, „Lessons from South-Korea?s Development for the Transformation of Polish Economy”
  6. R. JAWOREK, „Transformation of the Polish Economy and the Factors which could Affect its Future Development”

Part 1 C

  1. W. OKRASA, „The Relevance of Sources-of-Growth Analysis of Comparative Economic Development for European Fronnmirv in Transition”
  2. D. HUBNER, „Towards a New Economic Order”
  3. A. ZAPALSKA, „Quality, Quantity and Price Controls with Restriction on Resource Availability”
  4. W. JAKÓBIK, „On the Sead for a proper Approach to the Economic Transition”
  5. S. SZWEDOWSKI, „Economic Growth, Productivity and Technical Progress”
  6. T. PRZEDSZEWSKI, „The Social Market Economy System. Its Origins and Models at Different Development Levels”
  7. R. PAZURA, „Transition to Advanced Market Economy in Poland: Dilemmas, Delays and Successes. The Viewpoint of Ministry of Finance”

 

Session 2. MODELLING OF THE TRANSITION PERIOD AT THE MACRO-LEVEL
  1. W. WELFE, „Topics in Econometric Macromodeling for the Transition Period”
  2. M. BEREZIŃSKI, G. GAMBARELI, J. HOŁUBIEC, „On the Macroeconomic Modelling for Transition Period”
  3. P. FLEISSNER, „System Dynamic Applied to the Transition Process”
  4. A. FUSARI, „Entrepreneurship, Market Process and Economic Development Some Theoretical and Empirical Insight Useful for Managing the Transition Period”
  5. Ł. TOMASIEWICZ, „Multisectoral Models for the Period of Transition and the Use of SNA Accounts and SAM Data Base”
  6. Z. CZERWIŃSKI, W. JUREK, E. PANEK, „Models of National Economies in the Period of Transition (from Central Planning to Free Market): what Should they be Like?”
  7. K.A. BAGRINOVSKIJ, „Mathematical Description of an Economic Transition Process”
  8. I. WORONIECKA, J. GADOMSKI, „An Analysis of the Efficiency Changes in Polish Industry”
  9. J. BABAROWSKI, J. GUTENBAUM, „Basic Markets Equations for Inflation Modelling”
  10. C.-L. SANDBLOM, „Economic Policy Making with an Uncertain Future Aiming for Feasibility, Optimality or Both?”
  11. A.de JANG, „The „Scanning the Future” NCPB Project”

 

Sessions 3. OWNERSHIP CHANGES
  1. G.E. METCALF, „Taxation and the Optimal Rate of Privatization in Central and Eastern Europe”
  2. S. NAGEL, „Privatization, Inflation and Super-Optimum Solutions: in Russia and Eastern Europe”
  3. J. STEFAŃSKi, „Privatization in Poland: Conflicts, Negotiation and Policies”
  4. V.E. CAPELIK, „Demonopolization and Privatization in the Post-Soviet Economy”
  5. M. KAPIŃSKA-MIZIELIŃSKA, T. SMUGA, „Effect of Privatization on the Performance of Enterprises. A Case Study”
  6. L. STOLARCZYK, „Privatization at the Enterprise Level”

 

Session 4. LABOUR, PRICES AND EQUILIBRIA
  1. K. SCHOMANN, „On Incentive Structures. A Comparative Longitudinal Analysis of Education and Wages in Poland and West Germany”
  2. H. SOSNOWSKA, „Remarks on Mathematical Microeconomic Models of the Shortage Economy”
  3. V.N. BURKOV, A.Yu. ZALOJNEV, „The Consumer Market Stabilization Modelling”
  4. A. QUILLOT, „Non Paretian Equilibriae on Exchange Networks”
  5. V. MARAKULIN, „About One Multiproduct Principal-Agent Problem and Applications of its Optimal Decisions to Market Reform Policy”
  6. A.D. TSVIRKUN, S.Yu. YAKOVENKO, „Dynamic Equilibrium Models of Capital Accumulation”
  7. T.R. KUNDU, „A Robust Procedure for Computing Competitive Prices”

 

Session 5. FINANCIAL AND MONETARY ISSUES
  1. J.-J. BIEŃ, „Technical Financial Infrastructure for an Advanced Market Economy”
  2. L.M. HENS, „The Instability of International Capital Flow Equations: Modelling Structural Change Using the Kalman Filter”
  3. D.R. BASU, A. LAZARIDIS, „Plan and Market: An Adaptive Control Model for Optimal Monetary and Financial Planning”
  4. L.M. HENS, „Reading the Monetary Tea Leaves, Cont?d: An Index for Monetary Tightness Based on the Promethee Method”
  5. J. SOLARZ, „The Potential Role Venture Capital in Poland”

 

Session 6. COMPANY LEVEL ISSUES AND MICROECONOMIC MODELLING

Part 6 A

  1. I. GUEVSKY, L. POPCHEV, B. HINKOVA, „Transition Towards Market Economy: Company Strategies Development”
  2. K. OKUGUCHI, „Comparative Statics for Profit-Maximizing and Labor-Managed Cournot Oligopolies”
  3. M. WIŚNIEWSKI, „The Use of Managenet Science Techniques in Europe”
  4. W. J. OTTA, „Market-Oriented Transformation: Economic Adjustment at Industrial and Corporate Levels”
  5. M. HORNIACEK, „Supply Response in an Oligopoly”
  6. T. WITKOWSKI, „Fuzzy Logic in Decision Making During Simulation of Enterprises Activities under Circumstances of Tenders”
  7. I. V. SEMENIAK, B.S. ELKIN, „Marketing of Goods: Statistics of Feedback”
  8. R. BAILEY, B. LEHANEY, „Forecasting in the Local Economy. An OR Approach for Businesses and Planners”

Part 6 B

  1. L.R. FOULDS, „The Achievement of World Class Manufacturing”
  2. D. CHRISTOV, „Small and Medium Enterprises Strategic Information Model”
  3. G. DEDENE, S. DESARANNO, C.V. den ACKER, „M.E.R.O.D.E. Model Driven Entity Relationship Object Oriented Development Technique”
  4. M.A.P. WILLMER, „Methodology for Identifying Difference of Prcception Between Investors and Young Enterpreneurs with Respect to the Value of an Enterprise”
  5. A. STERNA-KARWAT, „Productivity/Efficiency Measurements”
  6. L.P. TZVETANOV, „Model Analysis of the State Regulatory Impact on the Efficiency of the Firms Activity by the Tax Mechanism”
  7. H.N. ??, B.C. CUONG, „A DSS for an Industrial Company in the Vietnamese Transition to Market Oriented Economy”
  8. W. ARCZEWSKA, A. STRASZAK, „Tax Control for the Transition to a Market Economy”

 

Session 7. INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CAPITAL FLOW
  1. S. HILL, M. MUNDAY, „Determinants of the Distribution of Foreign Direct Investment Within the UK: Lessons for Eastern Europe”
  2. E. SHUMILO, „Integration Endeavours of the Republic of Latvia in die International Market”
  3. S. MANEZHEV, „Free Economic Zones: Chinese Mode of Breakthrough to World Market”
  4. N. GNATOVSKAYA, „The Role of Foreign Investments in the Market Economy Transformation: the Case Study of Russia's Experience”
  5. T. MURAVSKAYA, „Preconditions for Transition from State Economy to Market Economy in the Republic of Latvia”
  6. V.D. ANDRIANOV, „The Role of Foreign Economic Relations in the Transition to Advanced Market Economies: Case Study of Asian NIC?s”
  7. G.B. MOLDASCHEVA, „To the System Analysis Of the Developing Economy the International Trade and Echange Rate Mechanism Modelling”
  8. E. SADOWSKA-CIEŚLAK, „Foreign Direct Investment in Poland”
  9. S. PIASECKI, A. STRASZAK, „International Trade Between the Advanced and Post-Communist Economies: Some System Dilemmas”

 

Session 8. PUBLIC SECTOR AND PUBLIC POLICY
  1. C.E.R. TRISTEM, „Improving Performance of Local Public Services: the Role of the Audit Commission”
  2. J. TELGEN, J. EVERETT, „Adapting the Pension System to a Market Economy Private Corporations to Facilitate Government Procurement and Decisions in the Technical Arena”
  3. G. MILLS, „Transport Infrastructure: Balancing Government and Private - Company Initiatives”
  4. B. ADAMCZYK-KLOCZKOWSKA, „Practical Realisation of the Chosen Social Goals in Poland in 1989-1991 Including Regional Diversification”
  5. E.I. BOKATCHEVA, „Regional Development Problems in Mixed Economy”
  6. S. WYGANOWSKI, „Changes in the Management System of the City of Warsaw Related to the Transition to a Market Economy”
  7. Z. WIERZBICKI, „Social Market Economy on Local Level”
  8. E. SZUBERT, „Social Services Model at the Enterprise Level: Situation Existing Till Now and its Reform Within the Process of the System Transformation”

 

Session 9. INFORMATION AND TELECOMMUNICATION
  1. G. METELSKI, „Challenges in Development and Applications of Life Cycle Cost (LCC) for Telecommunication Operations”
  2. R.I. POLIS, „Managing Information Technology in Eastern Europe”
  3. T.B. FOWLER, J.A. GRIFFIN, „Telecommunications: the Key Element in a Modem Industrial Nation's Infrastructure”
  4. V. TIKHONOV, L. TIKHONOVA, „Multilevel Regular Architecture of Large Information Systems”
  5. A. STRASZAK, „CAI for Transition to Advanced Market Economy”
  6. I.O. ANGELL, „Managing Uncertainty”
  7. J. KONORSKI, „Resource Allocation in Distributed Information Systems - Design Issues and Algorithms”

 

Sessions 10. NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND POLLUTION
  1. F. De SOUSA RAMOS, „Pigovian Taxes and Tradable Pollution Permits in Dynamic General Equilibrium Model”
  2. W. SUWAŁA, L. GAWLIK, D. LENCZEWSKA, „Modelling of Polish Coal Mining”
  3. L. GAWLIK, W. SUWAŁA, „Data Base for Mineral Economy Research”
  4. T. MINKOV, L CHONKOV, „Decisin Support System for Advanced Energy Management in Heating Power Plants”
  5. M. KRAKAUSKAS, „An Analysis of Market Relations in an Energy System”
  6. W. CIECHANOWICZ, P. HOLNICKI, „Computer System for Energy Sector Expansion Analysis with Emphasis on Environment Quality Control”
  7. A. STRASZAK, „Advanced Information Systems and Operation Research Challenge and Opportunity for Central and Eastern European Cities During Transition to Advanced Democracy and Market Economies”

 

Session 11. EDUCATION
  1. Ch.I. KEJEH, „Transition to Advanced Market Economies - the Effort of the Commission of the European Communities”
  2. S. WALUKIEWICZ, „Teaching Quantitative Methods at the MBA Level”
  3. M. FEDRIZZI, J. KACPRZYK, J.L. VERDEGAY, „Toward a Better Higher Education System in Post-Communist Countries: Some Experiences from a TEMPUS Funded Joint Project”

 

Session 12. CONFLICTS, GAMES AND SHARING

Part 12 A

  1. V.L. SMITH, „Experimental Economics, O1R. and Market Design for Deregulated Network Industries”
  2. M.J. HOLLER, „The Principal-Agent-Controller Model: Planning and Non-Cooperative Solutions”
  3. S. LAHIRI, „Fairness with Externalities”
  4. S. AMBROSZKIEWICZ, P.BATTIGALLI, „Knowledge and Best Responses in Games”
  5. H. NURMI, „Designing Viable Political Institutions: Perspectives from Social Choice Theory”
  6. T. SELBIRAK, „Some Concepts of Non-myopic Equilibria in Games with Finite Strategy Sets and Their Properties”
  7. A.S. ANTIPIN, „Linear Wholesale Markets”

Part 12 B

  1. L. XIAO, L. MI'AN, „A Note on Monotonic Core Allocation Principles”
  2. L XIAO, L. MI'AN, „Tha Allocation Principles with a Variable Populations”
  3. L. XIAO, W. HONGWEJ, L.MI?AN, „An Approach to Sum-Fuzzy Rational Choice Based on the Neural Theory”
  4. M. MANAS, „Models of Conflicts in Multinational States”

 

Session 13. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Part 13 A

  1. F. SEO, „Decision Support for Purposeful Management Systems in Transition to Advanced Market Economy”
  2. M. LASEK, „Development of an Expert System for die Analysis of Financial Standing of an Enterprise”
  3. F. CAPKOVIC, „Deductive Automated Reasoning in Decision Support Algorithms”
  4. M. CHRISTOVA, N.Chr. MINCOFF, „Agriplex: a Hybrid Expert System for Agricultural Production Planning in Fuzzy Environment”
  5. V.V. KUPRIYANOV, D.E. FOMICHEVA, „Safe - a Knowledge-Based System for Prevention of Incidents”
  6. A.M. ABBASOV, „Expert Decision-Making System Based on Distributed Knowledge Base”
  7. V.V. KUPRIYANOV, „Integrational Technology Methodologies and Artificial Intelligence”

Part 13 B

  1. J.-M. LABAT, M. FUTTERSACK, J.-Ch. POMEROL, „An Interactive Decision Support System Defining a Policy for the Reinsertion of Long-Period Unemployed”
  2. H-M. CHUNG, „An Organizational Perspective in Designing Distributed Decision Support Systems”
  3. N. STANOULOV, „Assessment of Economic and Labour Objects Via Dichotomic Outranking Technique and Computerized Support: a Managerial Aspect”
  4. E.B. KRASTEVA, „Project Selection Under Imprecision of Judgment: a Fuzzy Mathematical Programming Model”

 

Session 14. OPTIMIZATION METHODS
  1. V.E. BRINKOV, „Effective Algorithms for Large Classes of Linear Diophantine Equations in Non-Negative Integers”
  2. A. KOLESNIKOV, A.GAIDUK, „Lagrange Optimization on Attractors”
  3. S. STOROY, „Methods for Improving Weights in Column Aggregation”
  4. N. Chr. MINCOFF, D. KARASTOJANOVA, E.B. KRASTEVA, G. SODROV, „Channels of Distribution Planning System Based on Fuzzy-Stochastic Geometric Programming”
  5. P. CZYŻAK, R. SŁOWIŃSKI, „Multicriteria Regional Planning man Uncertain Environment”
  6. S. ŁUKASIK, P. KOWALSKI, „Decentralization of a Large Scale Transportation System by Territorial Decomposition”
  7. L. SŁOMIŃSKI, „Discrete Optimization on Transputers”

 

Session 15. OR: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTION METHODS

Part 15 A

  1. J.-S. GONG, „Inventory Model with Stochastic Price”
  2. M. CHUDY, „Cost Characteristics of Systems. Service with Input Controlled by Markov Chain”
  3. R. ANTKIEWICZ, T. NOWICKI, „A Computer Memory Sharing Problem”
  4. T. NOWICKI, „Optimal Periodic Exhaustion Buffer Strategy”
  5. A.Y. SHARAYEVA, S.V. KIRPICH, „Quality Providing Complex System Models for Different Regimes of Functioning”

Part 15 B

  1. S.M. SEYED-HOSSEINI, „A New Approach in Traffic Demand Estimation Modelling”
  2. L. KLUKOWSKI, „Time Series Forecasting on the Basis of Markovian Piecewise Linear Trend Models”
  3. B. RAJ, Th. URI, „Forecasting with Short and Seasonally Unadjusted Data: the Structural Modelling Approach Versus Arima Models”
  4. A. POGORZELEC, B. MAŻBIC-KULMA, E. KOMOROWSKA, R. PAMEDIENE, A. CAPLINSKA, V. PALILIONIS, R. MISERVICIUS, E. TRUKSINIENE, „Local-R-Package to Solve Location Problems”

 

Session 16. SYSTEMS MODELLING
  1. F.H. MURPHY, „Building and Managing Large Scale Policy models”
  2. B. SEGERSTAHL, „Management of Advanced Economies as Complex Self Organizing System”
  3. K. KŁOSIŃSKI, „Differentia Specifica of Management Decision”

 

PLENARY DISCUSSION SESSION III, Keynote Speech
  1. G.K. CHACKO, „Operations Research and Artificial Intelligence Applications to US Missions and Markets: Lessons for Post-Communist Societies”
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