For three decades, our researchers have analyzed economic processes, economic phenomena, and problems in social relations. They have tracked the impact of technology on each of these areas and looked for opportunities to use new digital tools. Economists, management specialists, social scientists, psychologists, lawyers, and data analysts from Kozminski University are embarking on their fourth decade of scientific study of the world around us.
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“After the outbreak of the pandemic, respondents began to declare that food has become a more important part of their daily lives. They are more willing to use leftovers from meals to make new dishes, and they prefer healthier dishes instead of those that are ready-made or consist of processed products. “
“If an employee has someone friendly in the office or plant, their engagement and satisfaction are clearly higher than that of other respondents. And after the pandemic, the impact of close relationships on job satisfaction became even stronger.”
“New regulations have been introduced in
many European countries, and after a few years, we can observe much better performance of companies and greater transparency in their operations. And this is due to the greater involvement of women in economic life.”
“Uncertainty weakens economic prosperity, and weak prosperity increases uncertainty. This vicious cycle can be broken by one of two scenarios. Either public sentiment and attitudes will improve, and thus the real situation will improve. Or vice versa – a markedly better real situation will improve sentiment and reduce uncertainty.”
“The state must take care of the social balance: to reduce the number of excluded people without access to goods considered basic today.”
“An effective method of encouraging businesses to introduce green solutions is the so-called policy mix. It involves combining financial support with legal requirements, such as environmental taxes and regulations, and social pressure, which ultimately leads to a more sustainable economy.”