Our university not only organises scientific conferences but is also involved in many projects carried out in collaboration with a number of enterprises and companies. This way, we build an international platform for the exchange of information and experience between the academic community and the business world – between theoreticians and practitioners.






We want our business conferences to always address current social and economic issues and to offer extensive knowledge in various fields – such as law, economics, finance, management, psychology, and sociology. Each year we organise several dozen events addressing issues from the above disciplines, with a significant part of them being regular events.

In recent years, our university has organised (or co-organised) the following international projects (among others):

I 2019 “In Search for a Better World - Economics and Politics"

The first day of the conference was World Day, during which a series of debates took place, featuring many prominent economists from several countries, who discussed such topics as globalisation, the success of China’s economy, the Eurozone, and the new pragmatism theory formulated by Professor Grzegorz W. Kołodko. The second day of the conference was Polish Day. Top Polish economists discussed the most important challenges in the domains of contemporary economics and politics, the conditions and prospects for the global economy, the condition and evolution of the European Union, and the threats and opportunities faced by the Polish economy. The two days of the conference brought together 416 participants in total.

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IX 2017 The First China-CEE Development Forum Exploring Innovative Approaches to Win-Win Cooperation between China and CEE in the Light of the „Belt and Road” Initiative

The First Polish-Chinese Economic Forum, organised jointly with China’s leading business school, China Europe International Business School.

The Chinese presented the conditions for Chinese investments in Central and Eastern Europe and at the end of the new Silk Road, in a 100 billion dollar technology complex built near Lake Yanqi north of Beijing. The conference was attended by over 250 people, including: Xu Jian - the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China in Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki - Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and Development, Prof. Grzegorz W. Kołodko - former Deputy Prime Minister and former Minister of Finance, Prof. Jiang Jianqing - President of China-CEE Investment Cooperation Fund, former President of ICBC, Jan Kohout - President of New Silk Road Institute Prague, advisor to the President of the Czech Republic, Prof. Ding Yuan - Vice-President and Dean of CEIBS, and Prof. Andrzej K. Koźmiński - President of Kozminski University.

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X 2013 Management and Economic Policy for Development

The conference was organised on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Kozminski University. Its goal was to initiate an in-depth discussion on supporting economic development through appropriate management and economic policy of countries and at the same time to assert Poland’s position as a strong research and scientific centre. The conference was attended by 230 people. Speakers included: Professor Edmund Phelps from Columbia University - winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Economics; Professor Nouriel Roubini from New York University, head of the Roubini Global Economics research centre; Saul Estrin from London School of Economics, Hermann Simon, international expert in strategy and marketing; Vito Tanzi from the International Monetary Fund; Eric Cornuel from the European Foundation for Management; Laszlo Csaba from Central European University in Budapest.

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VII 2012 The Fifth ISBEE World Congress „Tradition and new horizons: Towards the virtue of responsibility”

The International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics conference, organised for the first time in Poland. ISBEE has been organising the World Congress events since 1996. It is an organisation bringing together all the world centres of business ethics. The congresses are held every four years in selected cities located on different continents.

Organising the Congress in Warsaw had an important meaning, both globally and regionally – not only for the dissemination of the ethical dimension of business activity among academics, researchers, and professionals from the best companies operating in Poland, the media, and public administration, but also for the promotion of Warsaw and Poland as a European leader, seriously committed to business ethics. The Congress was attended by 280 people from all over the world.

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Conference and Seminar Manager
Wanda Widziszewska; Beata Falęcka
Conference and Seminar Specialist
Beata Falęcka