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Dr Jolanta Turek
ORCID: 0000-0002-4553-2815

Dr Jolanta Turek

Assistant professor at the Department of Risk Management, Warsaw School of Economics. She conducts research, publishing and teaching activities focused on enterprise risk management, including, in particular, sustainable development risk management, the use of new technologies in the risk management process, and reorientation of business models to customer preference risk management. Author of numerous publications in the area in question. Participant of national and international projects both scientific and business.

DOI: 10.33226/1231-7853.2023.1.5

A team of scientists from the Warsaw School of Economics and the University of Lodz organized a scientific seminar on September 23, 2022 as part of the project “New Frontiers in Social Innovation Research: Social Innovation Management for BIOPlastics, SIMBIO”

DOI: 10.33226/1231-7853.2022.9.3
JEL: D22, O35, Q01

The integration of circular economy principles within the bio-packaging market is driving changes in the food packaging sector. It contributes to the achievement of climate neutrality goals and builds the economy's resilience to the deficiency of non-renewable resources. The aim of the article is to present the key problems and barriers to the development of bio-packaging supply chains and the reasons for their occurrence in Poland, as well as to propose solutions that accelerate the development of the domestic bio-packaging market. The authors undertake the presentation of research results, including social innovations, that are the synergy effect of the knowledge and experience of food bio-packaging supply chains' stakeholders, including private and public entities.

Keywords: biopolymer; packaging; supply chain; circular economy; social innovation