This series is meant to bring selected studies of Polish economists, both from academia and from public and private institutions, to the attention of an international audience. The books included in this series present themes that are either of international importance due to their subject or - even if they focus on issues important mainly to Poland and Europe - they are considered to be of a broader interest to economists, policy-makers and business elsewhere. Thus, the aim of the series is to contribute to the discussion of results of theoretical and applied research on topical economic issues. The series is also open to work emerging from research cooperation between Polish and foreign economists. Authors are welcome to submit manuscripts of monographs, collected volumes, post-conference volumes as well as dissertations.