Is Europe a good place for a business?
A very good question. On the one hand, Europe has one of the world biggest
markets, huge resources of the human capital, mountains of money, and the
excellent know-how. On the other hand, the continent, as a whole, has been
economically underperforming for almost three decades, losing ground vis-à-vis both
Asia and America. Nowadays, its security is, once again, a matter of serious doubt.
How to maximize Europe’s strengths and minimize its weaknesses as a place for a
Witold M.Orlowski, economist, professor at the Business School of the Warsaw
University of Technology and the Vistula University, chief economic advisor to PwC
Polska. Former economic advisor to the president Aleksander Kwaśniewski, member
of the National Development Council of the President and the Economic Council of
the Government, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Museum in
Warsaw. Lecturer in many academic institutions in Poland and abroad. Author of 14
books and 200 scientific publications, popular economic commentator, and columnist
of major Polish newspapers.