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dr Maciej Kaźmierczak
ORCID: 0000-0001-6985-3157
Dr hab. Maciej Kaźmierczak, prof. ASzWoj Assoc. Prof. PhD at the War Studies University at the Institute of Logistics at the Department of Logistics Basis. His has scientific achievements are in the field of social sciences in the discipline of security science as well as management and quality, taking into account the issues of logistics, especially related to the processes of supply logistics and warehouse management of economic and military entities, state energy security and military
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.4.6
JEL: A12, L81

Trade in Poland has been changing dynamically for many years. This state of affairs was largely influenced by the increasing access to the Internet, and hence the emergence of new opportunities for concluding commercial transactions without direct contact between the seller and the customer. Facilitations related to selling and buying are not the only advantages of the increasingly important e-commerce. Along with the increasing number of transactions, the dynamic development is noted in logistics, without which no type of trade could exist. It is about both the transport of goods and the flow of information that, thanks to the use of the Internet, quickly reach the customer from the seller.

Keywords: e-commerce; online store; logistics; logistic customer service; courier services
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.4.2
JEL: A12

Institutional economics appeared in the United States over a hundred years ago. American economists, unlike European economists, focused their attention to a small extent on theoretical considerations, while they focused more intensively on drawing certain conclusions that would have practical application in economic policy. In institutional terms, logistics is associated with the aspect of the organizational integration of logistic activities, and in the national economy it functions according to several strategies. The main determinants of its operation are sets of methods and theories, which play an important role in logistics.

The aim of the article is to identify and analyze the impact of economic determinants of logistics functioning in the national economy in the approach of institutional economy. The main research problem of the article is an attempt to answer the question: "What economic determinants determine the functioning of logistics in the national economy?".

Keywords: economics; institutional economics; logistics; economic logistics; national economy
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.3.1
JEL: A12, L81

Trade in Poland has been changing dynamically for many years. This state of affairs was largely influenced by the increasing access to the Internet, and hence the emergence of new opportunities for concluding commercial transactions without direct contact between the seller and the customer. Facilitations related to selling and buying are not the only advantages of the increasingly important e-commerce. Along with the increasing number of transactions, the dynamic development is noted in logistics, without which no type of trade could exist. It is about both the transport of goods and the flow of information that, thanks to the use of the Internet, quickly reach the customer from the seller. The aim of the article is to present the development of e-commerce in 2010–2019 resulting from the possibilities of using the Internet. The main research problem of the article is an attempt to answer the question: "Does the development of e-commerce affect modern logistics?".

Keywords: e-commerce; online store; logistics; logistic customer service; courier services
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2019.10.5

The transport and the movement of forces are the elements of all sorts of the armed forces activities. The movement control plays a significant role in the command and control (C2) process. It is an integral part of C2 process and it consists of planning, organizing, leadership and control realised by a set of forces using all available resources for assuring the safe, efficient and economical movement. The ability of forces movement, in order to fulfil the whole spectrum of their functions and tasks, is crucial for the efficiency of future national and multinational operations. The ability of transport and movement regards the whole set of the Polish Armed Forces tasks in both contemporary and expected security environment.

The aim of this paper is to identify the rules and procedures of the Polish Armed Forces movement on the public roads in the peacetime.

Keywords: armed forces; transport and movement; movement; road infrastructure; logistic infrastructure; logistic potential

Dr hab. Maciej Kaźmierczak, prof. ASzWoj

Assoc. Prof. PhD at the War Studies University at the Institute of Logistics at the Department of Logistics Basis. His has scientific achievements are in the field of social sciences in the discipline of security science as well as management and quality, taking into account the issues of logistics, especially related to the processes of supply logistics and warehouse management of economic and military entities, state energy security and military logistics. A significant part of his scientific and didactic interests is supply logistics (supplies, the possibility of obtaining) and warehouse management (inventories, storage, availability, distribution) as an economic and defense practice related to the integration of economic and military logistics theory and practice.