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Future of the Polish Textile Industrial Sector. An Overall Analysis of the Empirical Research Performed with the Delphi Method within the Project Foresight ‘Modern Technologies for the Textile Industry. A Chance for Polan

General problems of the fibre and textile industries

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The article presents the initial discussion of the results of research performed with a Delphi method within the project Foresight ‘Modern technologies for the textile industry. A chance for Poland’. This project was done as a part of the POIG (Operational Programme Innovative Economy) for the years 2007-2013. It was aimed at identifying the directions of scientific researches and developmental works in the range of preparing a strategy for the Polish Technological Platform of the Textile Industry. The intention of the projects of the Foresight type is to direct scientific researches to fields which in the future can have a high influence on the fast economic-industrial development of a country, leading to the development of a knowledge-based economy, in accordance with the Lisbon Strategy.

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Polish textile industry, Foresight, Delphi method, modern technologies.

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Wysokińska Z, Koszewska M, Czajkowski T, Malinowska–Olszowy M. Future of the Polish Textile Industrial Sector. An Overall Analysis of the Empirical Research Performed with the Delphi Method within the Project Foresight ‘Modern Technologies for the Textile Industry. A Chance for Poland’.FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2013; 21, 4(100): 10-15.

Published in issue no 4 (100) / 2013, pages 10–15.

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