BOOKS (10 in total)

  • Nasierowski W., Formulation of Strategic Plans: Classics (in the Polish language), Difin, Warszawa (ISBN 978-83-8085-564-9), 2018        
  • Nasierowski W., Assessing technical efficiency of innovations in Canada: A global snapshot, The University of New Brunswick Press, Fredericton (ISBN 978-1-55131-193-7), 2017
  • Nasierowski W, International Business: Essentials, Pearson (ISBN 978-1-256-70139-2), 2012
  • Nasierowski W., Strategic Management: En-route to Competitive Strategy, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto (ISBN 978 125906801-0), 2012
  • Nasierowski W., Management of Technology: National Innovation Systems perspective (in the Polish language), EuroManagement, Poltext, Warszawa (ISBN 83-86890-29-0), 1997


CHAPTERS IN BOOKS (15 in total), eg.:

About Efficiency of Innovations: What Can be Learned from the Innovation Union Scoreboar, W. Nasierowski, F.J. Arcelus Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Volume 58, 12 October 2012, pages 792-800.

A comparison of results of assessment of technical efficiency of innovativeness for 2005 and 2010 is presented in this paper. The intent is to show how capable is the Innovation Union Scoreboard (IUS) in the explanation of innovation process in transforming innovation inputs into results or innovation outputs. Critical comments regarding IUS approach are presented, along with recommended modifications. Expected gains from further studies are outlined.

Keywords: innovativeness, technical efficiency, Data Envelopment Analysis, composite indexes of performance

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A Search for Improvement of Efficiency of Innovations: The case of Canada, Wojciech Nasierowski, Proceedings of 44th International Business Research Conference, 18 - 19 September 2017, Zurich Marriott Hotel, Zurich, Switzerland ISBN: 978-1-925488-46-3  

This paper provides results of comparison of efficiency of innovation approach in Canada to approaches in 38 countries selected from the data base from the Innovation Union Scoreboard. The investigation of the subject was done with the use of Data Envelopment Analysis. The new approach included the use of factor analysis to identify inputs and outputs to the innovation processes. Simulation was employed to identify areas of recommended improvements to the Canadian approach to innovativeness. Suggestions relative to the betterment in this area, and for further studies on the subject are presented.

JEL Codes: O3, O51, C55, C6, M16