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2020 | 23 | nr 4 | 109--128
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Progress in Achieving Sustainable Industrial Development - the Case of the Czech Republic and Poland

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Postępy w osiągnięciu zrównoważonego rozwoju przemysłowego - przypadek Czech i Polski
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Celem artykułu jest wyjaśnienie koncepcji zrównoważonego rozwoju przemysłowego i przedstawienie wyników badania w zakresie postępów w osiąganiu celów w tej dziedzinie przyjętych przez Organizację Narodów Zjednoczonych (ONZ) w 2015 r. Analiza dotyczy czeskiej i polskiej gospodarki w okresie 2000-2018. Zgodnie z Agendą ONZ na rzecz Zrównoważonego Rozwoju 2030 zidentyfikowano także potrzebę promowania inkluzywnej i zrównoważonej industrializacji. W kontekście zrównoważonego rozwoju przemysłowego podkreśla się, że powinien on wspierać konkurencyjną gospodarkę, tworzyć miejsca pracy i chronić środowisko poprzez efektywne wykorzystanie zasobów nieodnawialnych. W celu oceny tego zjawiska w analizowanych gospodarkach wykorzystano wskaźniki zidentyfikowane przez ONZ w ramach SDG 9. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The aim of this paper is to clarify the concept of sustainable industrial development and present the results of a study on the progress in achieving goals in this field adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 2015. The research covered the Czech and Polish economies in the period 2000-2018. Under the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the need to promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization was identified. In the context of sustainable industrial development, it is emphasized that it should encourage a competitive economy, create employment, and protect the environment by efficiently utilising non-renewable resources. To assess this phenomenon in the analysed economies, indicators identified by the UN under SDG9 were used. (original abstract)
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109--128
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  • Cracow University of Economics, Poland
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