At the initiative of the Institute for  Financial Research and Analysis  and the Department of Finance UITM in the academic year 2014/2015 was held a series of scientific meetings titled "Seminars of Economists". The purpose of the cycle was the presentation of research topics, ideas for scientific research, and the results of empirical work of the staff of the department, but also  external experts  of IFRA.

So far was held 10 seminars including  the following topics:

  • "Using  Data Envelopment Analysis in the efficiency research studies of medical entities" ( Joanna Hady M.Sc.)
  • "Diagnosis process  of diseases units through the doctors using  Bayes analysis' " ( Małgorzata Leśniowska – Gontarz M.Sc.) 
  • "Evaluating of  the efficiency of public healthcare institutions in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship using Data Envelopment Analysis" ( Joanna Hady M.Sc.)
  • "The students’ knowledge about finance " ( Aleksandra Wojnarowska – Dydoń M.Sc.)
  • "Customers of shadow banking institutions  in Poland in the light of the opinion of the internet users. Qualitative research” (Agata Gemzik – Salwach Ph.D.)
  • "The fundamentals of finance reform of local government in Ukraine" ( P  Wojciech Misiąg Ph.D., prof. UITM)
  • "Allocation algorithms  of public funds" ( Wojciech Misiąg Ph.D., prof. UITM)
  • “Methods of  task budgeting in local government units" (P Wojciech Misiąg Ph.D., prof. UITM)
  • "The impact of internationalization on the financial results of stock listed companies" (P Jan Nowak prof. Ulyana Dzyuma-Zaremba  M.Sc.)
  • "Clusters in the regional policy on  the example of the development strategy of  the Cross-Border Zeolitic Tuff Cluster ( Tomasz Skica, Ph.D.  Jacek Rodzinka Ph.D.)

The meetings were attended by over 150 people, including guests from outside the UITM (ie. representatives of the Supreme Chamber of Control, National Bank, Association of Polish Banks, National Health Fund, office of the Marshal of Subcarpathian Voivodeship, Municipality of Rzeszów, as well as mayors of the surrounding cities and municipalities, research staff from universities and students.

The seminars were an opportunity for exchange of views, discussions and debates, and were a  way to create  research ideas and to initialize  of new research projects.

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