14.06.2010 THURSDAY

8.00 – 9.00     Registration                                                                                        Hall C101
 9.00 – 9.30  Opening Session                                                                       Room C101
 9.30 – 11.00 Plenary Session 1                                                                     Room C101
11.00 – 11.30    Coffee Break                                                                                      Hall C101
11.30 – 13.00 Plenary Session 2                                                                    Room C101
13.00 – 14.00   Lunch                                                                                                  Room F012
14.00 – 15.40 Session 3. Spatial Methods and Models                         Room E08
14.00 – 15.40 Session 4. Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis part 1  Room E10
15.40 – 16.00    Coffee Break                                                                                      Room F012
16.00 – 17.40 Session 5. Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis part 2  Room E08
16.00 – 17.40 Session 6. Regional and Interregional Economic Analysis
                                                                                                                                  Room E10
17.40 – 18.15  Session 7. Poster Session                                                     Hall E
From 18.30   Conference Dinner, Da Antonio Restaurant, 45 Stefana Jaracza  St.

15.06.2018 FRIDAY

 9.30 – 11.10   Session 8. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 1
                                                                                                                                  Room E10
 9.30 – 11.10   Session 9. Przestrzenno-czasowa analiza rynków regionalnych, część 1. (Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 1)                    Room E08
11.10 – 11.30   Coffee Break                                                                                         Room F12
11.30 – 13.10  Session 10. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 2                                                                                                                                Room E10
11.30 – 13.10  Session 11. Przestrzenno-czasowa analiza rynków regionalnych, część 2. (Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 2)                   Room E08
13.10 – 13.30 Closing Session                                                                         Room C101
13.30 – 14.15   Lunch                                                                                                    Room F12



 14.06.2018 THURSDAY

8.00 –  9.00    Registration                                                                                      Hall C101
 9.00 –  9.30 Opening Session                                                                     Room C101
 9.30 – 11.00 Plenary Session 1                                                                   Room C101
Chair: Prof. Grzegorz Gorzelak

Prof. Jean Paul Elhorst / University of Groningen
Spatial Econometrics: Recent Developments

11.00 – 11.30   Coffee Break                                                                                 Hall C101

11.30 – 13.00 Plenary Session 2                                                                  Room C101
Chair: Prof. Jean Paul Elhorst

Prof. Grzegorz Gorzelak / University of Warsaw
“Soft” and “hard” methods in spatial studies

Prof. Anil Kumar Bera / University of Illinois
Spatial Econometrics in 70 Min, part 1
Spatial Econometrics in 70 Min, part 2
Spatial Econometrics in 70 Min, part 3

13.00 – 14.00   Lunch                                                                                     Room F012

14.00 – 15.40   Session 3. Spatial Methods and Models
Chair: Prof. Violetta Korporowicz                                                            Room E008

Prof. Jesus Mur, Majed Atwi, PhD / University of Zaragoza, Prof. Jan Hauke, Tomasz Kossowski, PhD / Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
A GMM approach to W

Simona Macková, Eng. / University of Economics, Prague
Robustness of spatial models towards the neighbourhood specification changes

Przemysław Jaśko, MA, Prof. Paweł Lula, Prof. Daniel Kosiorowski / Cracow University of Economics
SpVAR models in robust analysis of causal relationships between economic spatial processes

Andrzej Torój, PhD / Warsaw School of Economics
Generation of regional input-output tables using spatial econometrics with illustrative simulations for France, Germany and Poland

Marcin Woźniak, PhD / Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan
Virtualising space – new developments in an agent-based modelling and geosimulation

 14.00 – 15.40   Session 4. Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis part 1
Chair: Prof. Ewa Kusideł                                                                           Room E010

Prof. Olga Demidova / NRU HSE, Moscow
Spatial aspects of unemployment in Russia: what is more important, sectoral proximity or geographical proximity?

Alicja Olejnik, PhD, Agata Żółtaszek, PhD / University of Lodz
Spatial vs classic DEA – regional innovation efficiency comparison

Izabella Szakálné Kanó, PhD / University of Szeged
Spatial patterns of knowledge intensive industries in relation with higher educated population in Hungary 2001-2011

Liwiusz Wojciechowski, MA / Cracow University of Economics
Foreign Direct Investment and Total Factor Productivity. The case of Visegrad Countries – Bayesian panel approach

Paweł Czyżak, MSc / Warsaw University of Economics
Institutional factors determining the development of renewable energy in the EU

 15.40 – 16.00   Coffee Break                                                                         Room F012

 16.00 – 17.40 Session 5. Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis part 2
Chair: Prof. Jan Hauke                                                                                  Room E008

Catalin Corneliiu Ghinararu, PhD / National Labour Research Institute of Romania, University of Bucharest
The roots of growth – using the shift share analysis to demonstrate the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem in Central and Eastern Europe

Piotr Czembrowski, PhD, Prof. Jakub Kronenberg, Edyta Łaszkiewicz, PhD, / University of Lodz, Prof. Erik Andersson / Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Gustav Engstrom, PhD / The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Science
Monetizing social functions of urban green spaces: the integration of sociotope mapping and hedonic pricing

Tomasz Szubert, PhD / Poznań University of Economic and Business
Factors differentiating Poles’ attitudes towards social relations – spatial approach

Piotr Wójcik, PhD / University of Warsaw
Nighttime light as a proxy for economic development on a local level – the case of Poland

Andrey Kirillov, MA / Higher School of Economics
Modelling inflation in Russia with respect to spatial association

 16.00 – 17.40 Session 6. Regional and Interregional Economic Analysis
Chair: Prof. Olga Demidova                                                                          Room E010

Nora Schindler, MSc, Biliana Yontcheva, PhD, Dieter Pennerstorfer, PhD,
Prof. Christoph Weiss / Vienna University of Economics and Business
Income inequality, market size and firm conduct: Product differentiation in the restaurant market

Damian Kaźmierczak, PhD, Prof. Ewa Kusideł / University of Lodz
Convergence of the construction sector employment structure in the EU countries

Szymon Wójcik, MA / University of Lodz
The determinants of travel behaviour of the citizens of Lodz – a quantitative approach

Joanna Fila, PhD / University of Lodz
Financial and social exclusion in European regions

Prof. Jan Hauke, Joanna Dominiak, PhD / Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
Modern services and the level of socio-economic development in the scale of European countries

 17.40 – 18.15   Session 7. Poster Session                                                  Hall E

Elżbieta Antczak, PhD / University of Lodz
Building W matrices using selected geostatistical tools: Empirical examination and application

Tomasz Grodzicki, MA / Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Spatial analysis of industry, innovation and infrastructure in the EU countries

Karolina Lewandowska-Gwarda, PhD / University of Lodz
Women on local labour markets in Poland. Spatio-temporal analysis

Iwona Müller-Frączek, PhD / Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Synthetic analysis of socio-economic development in Poland in the context of the Europe 2020 Strategy – dynamic approach

Michał Bernard Pietrzak, PhD / Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Redefining the scale problem and the aggregation problem within the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem

Agnieszka Majorek, MA / University of Economics in Katowice
Empty space in the function of the city

Łukasz Skrok, PhD / Warsaw School of Economics
Team sports leagues in Poland

Paweł Kaczmarczyk, PhD / The State University of Applied Sciences in Plock
Development of e-services usage in households by voivodships: A claster analysis

Artur Gajdos, PhD, Edyta Żmurkow-Poteralska, MA / University of Lodz
Cross-sectional analysis of the labour market in Poland

Mateusz Jankiewicz, MA / Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Convergence of the food expenditures in European countries – spatio-temporal approach

Romana Głowicka-Wołoszyn, PhD, Andrzej Wołoszyn, MA / Poznan University of Life Sciences
Identification of spatial effects in the assessment of own income potential of Wielkopolska province communes

Rafał Zbyrowski, PhD / University of Warsaw
Modelling of property prices in Kielce

 From 18.30,  Conference Dinner, Da Antonio Restaurant, Stefana Jaracza 45 St.


15.06.2018 FRIDAY

9.30 – 11.10     Session 8. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets part 1
Chair: Alicja Olejnik, PhD                                                                               Room E010

Prof. Violetta Korporowicz / Warsaw School of Economics
“Youth of Mazovia”. Spatial differentiation of health status and health behaviours of adult youth in the mazovian voivodship

Tatiana Polonyankina, MA / University of Economics, Prague
Gender equality on European labour markets

Dorota Ciołek, PhD / University of Gdansk
Determinants of the spatial wage structure in Polish poviats during 1999-2016 in the light of the NEG models’ implications

Aleksandra Majchrowska, PhD / University of Lodz
Asymmetric effects of minimum wage on employment across regions

Magdalena Brudz, MA, Maciej Jewczak, PhD / University of Lodz
Structural and geographical analyses of labour market

Agnieszka Jarecka, MA / Poland Ventures Sp z o.o.
Transfer of technological Start-up from Israel to Lodz – case study

9.30 – 11.10    Session 9. Przestrzenno-czasowa analiza rynków regionalnych, część 1. (Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 1)
Chair: Prof. Danuta Strahl                                                                             Room E008

Agnieszka Orwat-Acedańska, PhD, Prof. Grażyna Trzpiot, Justyna Majewska, PhD / University of Economics in Katowice
Analiza regionalna ekonomicznych uwarunkowań zróżnicowania cudzoziemców na polskim rynku pracy (Integration of foreigners and conditions of diversification in labour market in Poland)

Agnieszka Orwat-Acedańska, PhD / University of Economics in Katowice
Dynamiczne przestrzenne modele panelowe w analizie społeczno-ekonomicznych czynników stanu zdrowia mieszkańców Europy (Dynamic spatial panel data models in identifying socio-economic factors affecting Europeans’ health level)

Prof. Barbara Dańska-Borsiak, Prof. Iwona Laskowska / University of Lodz
Fundusze Unii Europejskiej a atrakcyjność inwestycyjna polskich powiatów. Analiza powiązań przestrzennych (European Funds and investment attractiveness of Polish poviats. Analysis of spatial relationships)

Leszek Zwolakiewicz, PhD MD / Powiślańska School in Kwidzyn, Artur Gajdos, PhD / University of Lodz
Analiza miejsca zamieszkania pacjentów Szpitalnego Oddziału Ratunkowego (Analysis of the place of residence of the Hospital Emergency Department patients)

11.10 – 11.30   Coffee Break                                                                         Room F012

11.30 – 13.10   Session 10. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 2
Chair: Catalin Corneliiu Ghinararu, PhD                                             Room E010

Barbara Batóg, PhD, Prof. Iwona Foryś / University of Szczecin
Analysis of temporal stability of localization preferences of buyers on the housing market in Szczecin

Prof. Magdalena Załęczna, Konrad Żelazowski, PhD / University of Lodz
The spatial diversity of the social housing stock in voivodship cities of Poland

Dagna Wleklińska, MA, Prof. Elżbieta Szulc / Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Spatio-temporal analysis of the impact of credit rating agency announcements on the government bond yield in the world in the period of 2006-2016

Joanna Cymerman, PhD / Koszalin University of Technology
Effectiveness of real estate management in voivodship cities – spatial analysis

Slávka Klasová, PhD, Miriam Šebová, PhD / Technical University of Kosice
Manufacturing industry and the role of agglomeration economies in its growth in Slovakia

Morteza Moallemi, MA, Daniel Melser, PhD, Ashton DeSilva, PhD, Caroline Chen, PhD / RMIT University
How heterogeneities impact the Ripple Effects within Melbourne Metropolitan Housing Market

11.30 – 13.10  Session 11. Przestrzenno-czasowa analiza rynków regionalnych, część 2. (Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Regional Markets, part 2)
Chair: Prof. Iwona Laskowska                                                                     Room E008

Prof. Elżbieta Szulc, Michał Bernard Pietrzak, PhD / Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Analiza bezrobocia w Polsce w kontekście redukcji wymiarów pola losowego (Analysis of unemployment in Poland in the context of reducing the dimensions of the random field)

Edyta Żmurkow-Poteralska, MA, Artur Gajdos, PhD / University of Lodz
Wykorzystanie regionalnych zasobów pracy w Polsce (The use of regional labour resources in Poland)

Emilia Modranka, PhD / Spatial Planning Office of Lodzkie Voivodship in Lodz
Estymacja efektów przestrzennych polityki spójności w latach 2007-2013 w Polsce (The estimation of cohesion policy spatial effects in 2007-2013 in Poland)

Tomasz Siedlecki, MA, Agata Żółtaszek, PhD / University of Lodz
„Porewolucyjny” krajobraz dostępności autobusowej komunikacji miejskiej w Łodzi (A “post-revolutionary” landscape of public bus transport availability in Lodz)

Cezary Strąkowski, MA, Prof. Ewa Kusideł / University of Lodz
Problemy ewaluacyjnych badań regionalnych (Problems of regional research’ evaluation)


13.10 – 13.30   Closing Session                                                                     Room C101

13.30 – 14.15    Lunch                                                                                       Room F012