2018 | 16 | nr 4 (77) Contemporary Challenges to Academic Governance and University Cooperation with Stakeholders | 153--156
Justin Yifu Lin and Alojzy Nowak's (Eds.), New Structural Policy in an Open Market Economy, University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Press, Warsaw 2018, pp. 232
This publication is intended to stimulate discussion about the subjects it considers. Many views and arguments put forth in it deserve just this - taking up and discussing to contribute deepened and diversified perspectives. The topic of the present condition and prospects for globalizations are the perfect example of this. It is absolutely worthwhile to analyze the assumptions and define potential benefits from the New Structural Economics, along with the possibilities of applying its guidelines in countries wishing to make better progress in catching up with the most advanced economies. The book also contains firm and justified statements about the opportunities and impulses for the development of Poland. While it is mainly addressed to scholar environment, it would be very important and desirable for the book to also find its way to broader groups of readers.