co-author: Mark Michalski
In today’s global, highly interconnected and interrelated world a need for entrepreneurial education and training becomes more and more necessary. And it is not only for economic but also for socio-political reasons -- if not for even broader ideals of peaceful coexistence. Both Poland and China are often cited as fascinating examples and unique case studies of dynamic and successful economic transformation process where educations and skills play an increasingly important role. Both countries have experienced a long period of what has become known as historically planned economies, both struggled maintaining and preserving heritage and traditions.