Publishing House prof. Leszek J. Krzyżanowski Warsaw Management University, previously called the Publishing House of WSM, was established at the turn of 1998–1999 on the initiative of prof. Leszek J. Krzyżanowski. During the several years of operation of this unit, over one hundred scientific publications have been published, incl. monographs, works in the nature of scientific essays, textbooks and scripts, scientific research publications, as well as scientific periodicals in the series “Studies and Materials” and “Scientific Papers”, “Information Studies”, university-wide, thematically multidisciplinary scientific journal “Science. Economy. Society. Society” “And scientific quarterly magazines” Zarządzanie. Teoria i Praktyka “,” Legal and Administrative Studies “and a student magazine -” Student Scientific Forum “.

Currently, the publishing house is focusing on publishing monographs and academic textbooks as well as scientific journals: “Social Studies”, “Postępy Techniki Przetwórstwa Spożywczego”.

The aim of the Publishing House, designated by its founder and patron, Professor Leszek J. Krzyżanowski, is to provide students with didactic assistance by publishing textbooks, as well as promoting the scientific achievements of the academic community of the Warsaw Management University.

The publishing house of the Warsaw Management University works remotely due to the pandemic situation in the country.

On-site duty takes place in:
Wednesdays, 10.00-14.00, by appointment by phone: 601-958-324

Publishing House of the Warsaw Management University

ul. Kawęczyńska 36, ​​
03-772 Warsaw
phone: 22 59 00 868

Rector’s proxy for publishing
dr Stanisław Konarski

room F 305 (rector’s office)
Tuesday, Friday, 10:00 – 14:00
and other days after – by appointment
tel .: +48 22 59 00 826

Publishing editor
dr Aleksandra Chyc

room F 001
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
tel .: +48 22 59 00 868

The sale of the publishing house’s publications is conducted by a bookstore located in the university building.

PUBLICATIONS them. prof. Leszek J. Krzyżanowski

The position on the ethics of the Publishing House was prepared on the basis of the guidelines of the Publishing Ethics Committee – COPE ( and the guidelines of the Elsevier publishing house (SCOPUS). Publisher them. prof. Leszek J. Krzyżanowski Warsaw Management University, in order to counteract unfair publishing practices, complies with a number of necessary ethical principles.

Publishing house:

1. The basis for the evaluation of the texts by the Publishing House are only substantive criteria. The evaluation of the texts is in no way influenced by: gender, race, religion, origin, citizenship or political beliefs of the authors.

2. The publishing house of the Warsaw Management University in the case of multi-author publications requires the indication of the contribution of individual authors to the text. In such a situation, for each of the authors, please indicate the affiliation and the percentage of creative work on the text of the article.

3. Pursuant to the principle of confidentiality, only the reviewers, editors and proofreaders as well as other persons involved in the implementation of the publishing process are authorized to be informed about the publications submitted to the Publishing House.

4. The Publishing House of the Warsaw Management University documents all manifestations of scientific misconduct.

5. Editors treat Ghostwriting and Guest Authorship as a manifestation of scientific misconduct.

6. All signs of scientific misconduct discovered by the editorial office will be disclosed and reported to the appropriate institutions, in particular those employing the author, as well as scientific and publishing associations.

7. Publications already issued which are found to be plagiarized, contain significant scientific errors, violate the rules of publishing ethics – will be withdrawn by the publisher.


Scientific editors:

1. The scientific editor of a collective work decides about the acceptance of papers for publication. He should apply the following criteria: substantive value, methodological and workshop sphere, originality of concepts and results, clarity in presenting problems, transparency of arguments.

2. The scientific editor cares for the high scientific level of the published papers. It can make appropriate changes and corrections. He decides to withdraw the text from a collective publication on suspicion of plagiarism or falsification of research results.

3. The scientific editor – after editing the scientific – should obtain from the co-authors the approval of the form of the study after the scientific editorial office.

4. A scientific editor has the right to withdraw a text submitted to a collective work if: he / she finds lack of credibility of the research, methodological errors, plagiarism or violation of the principles of publishing ethics.



1. Reviewers must guarantee independence and no conflict of interest in the reviewer-author relationship, which means no direct personal relationship and no professional relationship.
2. The reviewer may refuse to carry out a review for substantive or other important reasons.
3. A reviewer who accepted the task of preparing a review should meet the agreed deadline for its delivery. It is not acceptable for him to return the study without a valid review without a valid reason.
4. The review must be objective. Various comments must be logically argued. Any forms of personal criticism formulated by the reviewer against the author are unacceptable.



1. Publications submitted to the Publishing House of the Warsaw Management University should be original, objective and correspond to the subject of journals and monographs.

2. The Publishing House of the Warsaw Management University does not accept texts that have already been published in whole or in part in other magazines or monographs.

3. Any form of plagiarism is unacceptable, in particular misappropriation of the acquis or final conclusions. Committing plagiarism will be disclosed by the publishing house and reported to the relevant institutions.

The publishing house uses the procedures set out in the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) diagrams.

Publishing procedure

The publishing house of the Warsaw Management University, while implementing the publishing processes of monographs, magazines, textbooks, and conference materials, takes into account the best practices in the field of editorial art, rules of publishing ethics (more information in the tab: Rules of ethics) and the rules of preparing editorial reviews (more information in the tab: Review procedure).

Initiating publishing projects

The possibility of submitting publishing projects is available to: University employees and associates, heads of research and teaching units, the rector and vice-rectors and the publishing house.

The application for the publication of monographs, textbooks, conference materials should be sent to the Rector of the WMU. It should contain synthetic information on: the type and content of the publication, audience, the need to publish a given study. It is recommended that the application should also contain an opinion on the development – the head of the unit where the applicant is employed. After the rector’s positive decision, the study may be submitted to the WMU Publishing House, which coordinates the implementation of further stages of the publishing process.

Articles for the publication of subsequent issues of WMU journals (along with a complete set of reviews and publishing agreements with Authors) are submitted to the Publishing House without a prior request to the Rector of the University.

Submitting / Submitting a publication to the Publisher

All submitted studies (articles in journals, monographs, textbooks) should be prepared in accordance with the rules adopted by the Publishing House (See the tab: Information for authors and editors).

The publishing house has the right not to accept a given study if it does not meet the above requirements and return it to the author, editor, and editorial office of the WMU journal for correction.

Reviewing studies prepared for publication in the WMU Publishing House

The most important rules:

  • all studies in journals and books published by WMU are subject to at least 1 publishing review,
  • reviewers of studies for the publication of monographs (i.e. books containing monographs, textbooks) – is determined by the person managing the WMU Publishing House (Rector’s representative for publishing),
  • reviewers of articles in the University journals are determined by the editor-in-chief of a given journal,
  • the selected publishing reviewer must first of all: have a scientific specialization and achievements indicating the possibility of a professional publishing review; not be in a conflict of interest with the author or authors of reviewed studies,
  • an appropriate contract for a specific work is concluded with all reviewers; the receipt of reviews, accepting its quality, is made by the person managing the WMU Publishing House or the editor-in-chief of a given journal,
  • More information about preparing a review for WMU Publishing House – in the tab: Review procedure at WMU Publishing House.

Submitting the “first copy” of the study to the Publishing House – in the final version after introducing the changes suggested in the review.
The final version of the submission of the manuscript must also comply with the rules described in the Information for authors and editors

The authors have the right to argue with the reviewers’ comments and, in this case, to submit their response to the review to the Publishing House.

Signing a publishing contract

Publishing agreements are signed with all authors of studies (works) published in the WMU Publishing House.

The date of commencement of the “production” stage of the publishing process – coordinated by the Publishing House – depends on the date of signing the necessary publishing agreements.

Editing and linguistic proofreading of the study

Editorial studies and corrections of studies in books and magazines published by the University – are carried out by the employees of the Publishing House or by external editors and proofreaders.

At this stage of publishing work, the necessary principle of close cooperation of editors and proofreaders with authors, scientific editors and journal editors is required and should be applied.

A very important rule applies to this stage of publishing work: all participants and contractors of the publishing process (authors, editors, proofreaders, scientific editors) must make as many corrections, corrections, and modifications as possible to the texts of the studies that we want to publish – at the stage of work in the WORD file . This is especially important because: it shortens the duration of the publishing process and prevents increasing costs of technical editing, typesetting and breaking.

Design and execution of the cover

A cover design is being prepared in parallel with other works. The principle of taking into account comments, suggestions and expectations of the authors of the prepared publications is applied. Projects are carried out by specialists, University employees or external entities involved.

Technical editing, typesetting and breaking

The publishing house, while implementing the technical editing, typesetting and breaking, cooperates with the University’s employees and external entities.

Correction after composition

All studies prepared for printing are obligatorily corrected after typesetting. Corrections are made by: editors of a given study (employees of the Publishing House or external contractors) and authors or scientific editors.

Correction of studies by authors or scientific editors at this stage of publishing works is necessary, as it also results from the principle and the right to “author’s supervision”, guaranteed to authors in the Copyright Act. However, the authors, scientific editors, proofreaders cannot make such far-reaching modifications in the works after the composition that it would require re-composition and breaking. Such modifications are possible at the stage of editing studies in the WORD file.

Editing and linguistic proofreading of the study

Implementation by the Publishing House, however, the need for significant changes in the studies, reported after the composition, is possible provided that the authors and the scientific editor bear the costs of re-composition. Of course, this does not apply to a situation where the need for major changes in the study results from errors, lack of reliability of the computer typesetting operator.

Correction of broken text
The computer typesetting operator introduces changes and corrections to the study using the information provided by: the author, the editor running a given publication, proofreader, scientific editor and sends the final files to the Publishing House.

Such final files are accepted as ready for submission to the printing house by: the author, scientific editor, editor and the rector’s proxy managing the Publishing House.

Preparation of the cover for printing

The previously designed cover is prepared for printing taking into account the format and thickness of the book and other parameters indicated by the printing house.

Test printout of 1 copy of the publication
Test printout of 1 copy of the publication The publishing house orders a test printout of the inside of the book and the cover (the so-called cromalin). This printout is verified and accepted by the employees of the publishing house. A trial print of the cover (cromalin) is also accepted by the author or scientific editor. The implementation of this stage of the publishing procedure gives the possibility of an additional final correction of the publication before printing, and identifying errors that may arise due to file conversion by computers of printing machines. We provide information about the detected errors to the warehouse and printing house operator. We control the introduction of appropriate corrections to the content of the book, as well as the cover and illustrations. We implement this stage especially when a large one-off print run is planned, the publication contains, apart from the cover, a lot of color photos and illustrations.

Printing of the entire circulation of a given publication
The publishing house orders the printing of a set number of copies of a given publication. The delivered items are checked for print and binding quality.


General information

The following information applies to authors / editors of monographs and textbooks.

The workshop and technical rules for preparing articles for magazines can be found on the websites of the quarterly magazines of the Warsaw Management University.

The publishing process begins after signing a publishing agreement between the Author / Authors and WMU Publishing House in Warsaw and the submission of the work.

In the interest of a fast and efficient course of the publishing process, please follow our guidelines for printing and electronic version of the submitted materials.

  • Technical guidelines for the preparation of texts before submitting them to the Publishing House:
  • The text should be written in Word, in DOC or RTF format, basic text in Times New Roman 12 point font, 1.5 line spacing, 2.5 cm margins
  • The submitted printout must be compatible with the electronic version delivered by e-mail or on an external storage medium
  • The printout should be one-sided, on white A4 paper
  • Continuous page numbering throughout the work (continuous pagination)
  • Drawings should be made in one of the following programs: CorelDraw, Illustrator or Excel. They should be written in vector form with the possibility of applying corrections.
  • Keep table formatting to a minimum.
  • We use italics (italic text) - apart from formulas (see below) - only in monograph titles, chapters, articles and foreign words (e.g. homo viator). We put the names of journals in quotation marks (eg "Management. Theory and practice").
  • Among the dashes, there are two most often: a dash and a hyphen (hyphen). We use the hyphen only in complex words (socio-economic phenomena; Kowalska-Malinowska). In other cases, we put a half-pause. Examples: 2013-2015 (no spaces); pp. 112–122 (no spaces); "As a result - chaos was created" (here with spaces). We will definitely put a good half-pause by pressing CTRL and selecting "minus" from the digital part of the keyboard.
  • Numbers and titles of tables and figures should be written in bold, with a smaller font than the main text. (10 points, 1.0 distance)
  • Always provide the source under the table or drawing, eg "Source: own study"; "Source:" Statistical yearbook of the Central Statistical Office ", Warsaw 2012. No bold, reduced font 10 pt, space 1.0.

Mathematical formulas

The standard provides for strict rules for distinguishing elements of mathematical writing with a different typeface.

In italics (in italics), the following are distinguished:

  • letters denoting numbers, variable and constant quantities, and geometric points,
  • function designations,
  • letter signs and letter abbreviations in subscript and superscripts (except for two or three letter abbreviations).

In antiquity (in flat script) we write:

  • Arabic and Roman numbers, also in indexes,·symbols and abbreviations of units of measurement,·         abbreviations consisting of two or more letters,·         fixed function symbols,·         special numbers: π, e (base of the natural logarithm),·         probability, e.g. P (A), expected value E (x), variance of a random variable D2 (X), increment sign Δ. We distinguish vectors in bold italics. We distinguish matrices in semi-bold antique letters. The formulas can be numbered by placing the number on the right hand side in parentheses. The point is that they can be referred to in the text. That is why important and final formulas are numbered. Groups of homogeneous formulas and systems of equations are given one common number, enclosing them in a brace before the number.


Footnotes in monographs and textbooks as well as an attachment bibliography may be made using the traditional (consistent with Polish bibliographic standards) or Harvard method. The selected method must be consistently and uniformly applied throughout the study. The traditional method is adopted in the journal Social Studies.


  • Footnotes should be placed at the bottom of the page, not at the end of the chapter.
  • We number the footnotes within the chapter (in each chapter from 1 to n) or within the book, when it is one author and when there are not many footnotes.
  •  When making footnotes, we describe the cited publications in the same way as in the bibliography, but we start the author's name with the initial of the first name, then we put the surname.
  • Items that have been previously mentioned within this numbering (in this chapter) are marked as follows:
  • If so far we have only referred to this one position of a given author - the name of the author and the abbreviation op.cit.
  • If we have previously cited his other works, we put the first words of the title, ellipsis, comma and op.cit after the author's name.
  • If we cited the same position in the footnote immediately preceding the present one, we omit the name of the author and any other information and write ibid.·         We end the description with the number of pages to which we refer. At the end we put a period.
  • If the footnote concerns data contained in the table, it should be placed directly after the table. There are no numerical references, only letters (lower case letters in the superscript) or asterisks (when there are few footnotes within the table), and one type should be used consistently throughout the text.

Footnotes: terminological, extending, polemical - we always place at the bottom of the page.


The bibliography should be prepared uniformly, without the division of literature into, for example, books and articles. Only documents, legal acts, netography can be separated and placed at the end of the bibliography.

  • We make it in alphabetical order.
  • Individual elements of the bibliographic description are separated with commas.
  • The title of the described item is in italics.
  • We enclose the title of the journal or other periodical in quotation marks.

I. Compact Publishing House (book)

1. Author name:

  • if it is an individual author - surname (s) and initials of names (e.g. Ia), if there are several authors, then we either list all the surnames in the order in which they appear on the title page (e.g. Ib), or only the surname of the first author with the addition of et al. (e.g. Ic)
  • when the corporate author - the name of the collective body - institution, organization (e.g. Id),
  • when the publication is a collective work (eg articles by multiple authors), the description begins with the title and the name of the editor of the whole is given after the title, preceded by an abbreviation of the editor (eg Ie).

2. Title with additions (eg with a subtitle).

3. Name of the scientific editor or scientific editor when collective work.

4. Designation of the edition (number, amendments and additions).

5. Volume number.

6. Publisher name.

7. Place of issue.

8. Year of publication.

9. Number of volumes, when the description covers the entirety of a multi-volume publication.

10. Series name and volume number within the series.


(Ia) Bakhtin M., Dostoyevsky's Poetics Problems, PIW, Warsaw 1970.

(Ib) Bieńkowski W., Lis S., Economic competitiveness of the USA, PAN. Warsaw-Krakow 1988, series "Folia Oeconomica Cracoviensia", vol. XXXI.

(Ic) Troadec L. et al., Exercises de marketing, ed. 2, Les Editions d'Organisation, Paris 1984, 3 vol.

(Id) Bank of Japan, Comparative International Statistics 1989, Tokyo 1990.

(Ie) Polityka Społeczna, ed. A. Kurzynowski, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warsaw 2000.

II. Articles in monographs (books) and serials (magazines, publishing series, etc.)

  • Name of the author of the article (surname and initials)
  • Title of the article
  • Description of the publisher in which the article is published.If it is a book (a complete publication - see point I), precede the description with the phrase in: (example IIa).If it is a serial publication, e.g. a journal, its description consists of the following elements (example IIb):ü  Journal title in quotation marks,ü  Name of the causative institution - necessary when it is e.g. a bulletin, review, notebooks (e.g. IIc),ü  Publisher name,ü  Place of publication,ü  Date and designation of the part. Examples: (IIa) Kowalski N., Social groups, in: “Introduction to sociology”, vol. 2, ed. M. Gniewosz, Oficyna Humanistyczna, Kielce 2002.(IIb) Auerbach R.D., Corporate Taxation in the US, "Brookings Papers on Economic Activity" 1983, no. 2.(IIc) Budnikowski A., Globalization and European integration, "Scientific Papers", Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics, issue 10, Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH, Warsaw 2001.

THE HARVARD'S METHOD We can also - uniformly throughout the study - use the Harvard method of making footnotes and bibliographic (source) description.


FOOTNOTES In the main text, Harvard footnotes are used, placed in brackets located directly in the text and containing the author's name, year of publication, or the page of the cited publication, but usually the page of the cited publication is included in the bibliographic description.

The way of presenting this data depends on the context of the sentence, e.g .:

According to Majewski (2015), this phenomenon is broad


Other authors assess this phenomenon positively (Majewski 2015, p. 222).

If there are two or more authors, then both names are given, e.g .: (Majewski, Florkiewicz 2015) or (Majewski, Florkiewicz et al. 2015) When reference is made to several publications, the alphabetical order is used first and then the chronological order, e.g .: (Majewski 2005; Florkiewicz 2012) In the case of references to several items by the same author published in the same year, an additional letter should be introduced, e.g .: (Majewski 2012a; Majewski 2012b) or (Majewski 2012a; 2012b). In the case of references to the publication of two persons with the same surname, their initials should be added, e.g .: (K. Majewski 2011; Z. Majewski, 2011). Quoting is done on the same terms. It is necessary to provide the number of the page that we are citing in brackets, e.g .: (Majewski 2002, p. 21). In the case of reference to legal acts, the beginning of their name should be given, e.g. (Ustawa o ... 2018). In the case of reference to collective works (edited), when it is not possible to identify the author of a given part of the work, the text should include the title of the publication or its abbreviated version and the year of publication, e.g .: (Multinational Enterprises 2019). References to websites containing materials without an author: in the footnote - [access: 15.11.2016]. in the text - (www1) (description of the entire link in the bibliography) In the Harvard style, it is necessary to place a bibliography at the end of each text, taking into account the page numbers of the publication referred to by the author in the text.

ATTACHMENT BIBLIOGRAPHY The bibliography contains a list of only those items that are cited in the text of the article. It must be prepared in alphabetical order, according to the authors' surnames or by title (if there is no author / editor / causative institution). Works by one author are listed chronologically. In the case of the publication year of one author repeating itself, the publications are listed alphabetically. If for several publications the same person is the author or co-author (which means that several bibliographic entries start with the same surname), then independent publications are given first, and then co-authored ones. In collective works, the first element of the description is the name of the scientific editor with the abbreviation (editor). The following order of entry generally applies:

  • Surname and initial of the author's name,
  • Year of publication (in parentheses),
  • Title (in italics)
  • Publisher,
  • Place of publication,
  • Page numbers.


One author's monograph:

Majewski R. (2009), Companies, Oficyna Wydawnicza ..., Warsaw, pp. 29–45. Multi-author monograph: Majewskii R., Florkiewicz M. (2009), Enterprises, Oficyna Wydawnicza ..., Warsaw, pp. 235–248. Monograph edited by: Majewski R., Florkiewicz M. (eds.) (2019), Enterprises, Oficyna Wydawnicza ..., Warsaw, pp. 23-76. Book chapter assigned to a specific author: Majewski R. (2019), Marketing strategies, in: Florkiewicz J., Listek A. (ed.), Marketing in the 21st century, Oficyna Wydawnicza ..., Warsaw, pp. 34–56. Journal article: Nowacki R. (2016), Attitudes of Poles towards unethical advertising activities in the light of the Code of Ethics in Advertising, "Inner Trade", No. 1, Warsaw, pp. 12-89. An article in the daily press: Florkiewicz G., (2018), Fundamentals of the development of societies, "Polityka" 17.01.2018 A publication issued by an institution in the absence of an author or editor: GUS (2011), Statistical Yearbook, Warsaw, pp. 34–89. Electronic sources: Bergson P. (2005), Enterprises, Harward University, [access: 24/03/2019]. Websites with materials without an author: [access: 22/02/2019] - quoted in the footnote or (www1) [accessed: 22/02/2019] - when referred to in the text. Legal acts: Act of May 31, 1980 on banking (Journal of Laws of 1980, No. 33, item 333, as amended).

Scientific editor:

  • develops the scientific concept of collective work, its structure and the content of individual chapters,
  • prepares a detailed instruction for authors, which defines the layout of chapters and their components,
  • provides the Publisher with contracts with the Authors of individual texts in the publication,
  • verifies the content of texts (including terminology, spelling of surnames, bibliography); articles should contain the same components with a homogeneous layout and nomenclature (especially bibliography, footnotes, annexes and summaries),
  • submits to the Publishing House the completed volume with the final table of contents and (if required by the series) foreign language abstracts or abstracts in English. English for each article; the whole in the form of a printout and the corresponding electronic version (+ special fonts used by the authors),
  • prepares information notes about the book,
  • during the publishing process, he cooperates with the editor who runs the book in the publishing house, acts as an intermediary between the authors of the articles and the editors, resolves all doubts and answers questions related to the publication.


  1. In pursuit of a high scientific and editorial level, the Publishing House directs all the works of the Authors to at least one publishing review, having the character of the so-called “Blind” scientific review.
  2. The condition for initiating the publishing process is obtaining a positive external publishing review by the monograph, textbook, journal.
  3. The procedure for reviewing the work takes place only through the WMU Publishing House. Works with ready-made reviews are not accepted.
  4. The reviewer / reviewers of the monograph or the textbook are selected by the Rector’s Plenipotentiary for publishing). In the case of a journal – the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.
  5. In the case of journals: the reviewers do not know the names of the authors and the authors do not know the names of the reviewers. In the case of monographs and textbooks, the authors do not know the names of the reviewers to whom the study is addressed; they only get to know them after a review has been completed.
  6. An appropriate contract for a specific work is concluded with all reviewers; the receipt of a review accepting its quality is made by the person managing the WMU Publishing House or the editor-in-chief of a given journal.
  7. Reviewers are required to prepare a binding opinion on the submitted work within 2 months.
  8. Reviewers should be specialists in the field covered by the scientific work under review. They cannot be in conflict of interest with the author or authors of the reviewed studies. They cannot be affiliated with the same university or research unit as the author of the reviewed scientific work.
  9. The author, scientific editor of the collective work and the dean of the faculty may present the reviewers’ suggestions.
  10. The review should include a description of the work, an assessment of its scientific importance and originality, linguistic correctness, the level of academic writing skills, as well as a conclusion regarding the acceptance for publication, the need to correct or reject a given work.
  11. Authors have the right to argue with the position of the reviewer. Then they present their position in writing to the Rector’s Plenipotentiary for Publishing. He may – after consultations on disputes – appoint an additional reviewer.
  12. In the event of a negative review, WMU Publishing House has the right to refuse to publish the work. The author has the right to appeal against this decision. The appeal with justification should be directed to the Rector / Vice-Rector of the University.
  13. The WMU Publishing House in Warsaw is also guided by the detailed principles of peer-review contained in the study: Good practices in reviewing procedures in science
    and recommends their use to reviewers cooperating with the publishing house.


  • J. Skubisz „O profilaktyce na rzecz bezpieczeństwa szkolnego. Teoria i praktyka – Warszawa, 2019, ISBN 978-83-7520-245-8
  • Wojciech Pomykało (red. nauk) “Zagadki chińskiego sukcesu”, Warszawa 2019, ISBN 978-83-7520-241-0,



  • Tomkowski Z. (red. nauk.) “Republika Austrii. Dzieje, współczesność, relacje polsko-austriackie 1918-2018”, WSM, Warszawa, ISBN 978-83-7520-238-0
  • Mądrzycki B., “Pracownicza odpowiedzialność członków zarządu spółek kapitałowych, WSM, Warszawa, ISBN 978-83-7520-226-7
  • A. Król, M. Kacprzak „Kapitał ludzki kreatorem sukcesu współczesnych organizacji”, Warszawa 2018, ISBN 978-83-7520-242-7


  • Dawidziuk S., Zarys pedagogiki celów, WSM, Warszawa 2017, ISBN 9788375202267
  • Nowicka J., Kompetencje komunikacyjne kadry kierowniczej w organizacjach zhierarchizowanych, WSM, Warszawa 2017, ISBN 9788375202311


  • Aftyka W., Nazizm. Struktura władzy, WSM, Warszawa 2016, ISBN: 9788311141292
  • Czarnecki P., Krakovczykova, M. Uskali ve vychove a vzdelavani moderni doby = pułapki wychowania i kształcenia ery nowożytnej, WSM, Warszawa 2016, ISBN 9788375202083
  • Dawidziuk S., Bajtos J., Sprawdzanie i ocenianie osiągnięć uczniów we współczesnej szkole, WSM, Warszawa 2016, ISBN 9788375202120
  • Król A., Kacprzak A., Instrumenty kształtowania kapitału ludzkiego w praktyce przedsiębiorstw, WSM, Warszawa 2016, ISBN 9788375202274Kust I.,
  • Alternatywne metody wspierające proces kształtowania u ucznia postaw koniecznych do rynku pracy = Alternative methods supporting the process of developing the student’s attitudes required at the labor market, WSM, Warszawa 2016, ISBN 9788375202250
  • Łukasiewicz R., Poławiacze pereł czyli eurobezdomność w nowych warunkach społeczno-ekonomicznych, WSM, Warszawa 2016, ISBN 9788375202168


  • Białoń L., Menedżer marketingu kreatorem firmy innowacyjnej, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN : 9788375201994
  • Czarnecki P., Gaziova M., Zivotne prostredie a prevencia zdravotneho zlyhania v multidisciplinarnom obraze = Environment and prevention of sanitary failure in the multidisciplinary view, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375202052
  •  Dawidziuk S., Bajtos J., Teoria Kształcenia, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201796
  •  Dawidziuk S., Sirojć Z., Edukacyjne i socjalne aspekty rozwoju społeczeństw, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201864
  •  Geis M-E., Grabarczyk G., Kostrubiec J., Paśnik J.,
  •  Thorsten Ingo Schmidt, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201956
  •  Jamsheer H. A., Konflikt bliskowschodni : od genezy do roku 2000, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201840
  •  Marinicova M., Dawidziuk R., Komunikacja i etyka menedżerska, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201970
  •  Poznańska K., Wójcik-Kośla D., Dawidziuk R., Współpraca – szansą czy koniecznością dla organizacji?, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201925
  •  Przedsiębiorstwo wobec wyzwań umiędzynarodowienia, WSM, Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375201543
  •  Vojcik P., Adamova Z., Miscikova R., Molnar P., Szattler E., Prawo własności intelektualnej, WSM,Warszawa 2015, ISBN 9788375202021


  • Białoń L., Kamińska A,, Uwarunkowania przekształceń małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw w firmy innowacyjne : Zarys problematyki, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9788375201703
  • Dawidziuk S., Entrepreneurship towards dreams, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9783928687188
  •  Dawidziuk S., Magisterske, bakalarske a inzenyrske prace, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9788090567818
  •  Dudek M., Krukowski J., Panas K., Rzeczywistość seniora, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9788375201758
  •  Frątczak E., Kamińska A., Kordos J., Statystyka-zastosowania biznesowe i społeczne, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9788375201727
  •  Michalak-Dawidziuk J., Kust I.; Autokreacja innowacyjna w procesie wychowawczym, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9788375201673
  •  Stelmach W., Socjologia i socjotechnika kierowania, WSM, Warszawa 2014, ISBN 9788375201451 8375201456


  • Dawidziuk S., Przedsiębiorczość białkiem rozwoju społeczno-gospodarczego, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN: 9788375201321
  • Karpiuk M., Działanie administracji publicznej : ujęcie procesowe, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201284
  • Karpiuk M., Kształtowanie się instytucji stanów nadzwyczajnych w Polsce, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN: 978-83-7520-133-8
  • Paszkowski K., Światowa Oragnizacja Handlu : struktury i mechanizmy funkcjonowania, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201369
  • Hołyst B., Kondycja psychiczna społeczeństwa polskiego a samobójstwa, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 8375201413
  •  Hołyst B., Cyberprzestępczość i bezpieczne systemy zarządzania informacją klasyfikowaną, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201611
  •  W stronę marzeń, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201468
  •  Bednarski M., Policja a środki masowego przekazu : wybrane aspekty prawne, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 978-83-7520-137-6
  •  Motow I. ,Świtała I., Społeczno-kulturowe problemy rozwoju społeczeństw Polski i Ukrainy, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201536
  •  Nyczkało N., Sirojć Z., Kulturowe i społeczno-ekonomiczne aspekty edukacji zawodowej w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej, WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201529
  •  Sirojć Z., Kuźmińskij A., Storoška M., Kulturowe aspekty edukacji, WSM, Warszawa 2013,ISBN 9788375201505
  •  Filozoficzne i kulturowe aspekty działalności człowieka w służbie rozwoju – wybrane karty historii : praca zbiorowa,WSM, Warszawa 2013, ISBN 9788375201512



  • Chojnacki G., Rodzina, edukacja, resocjalizacja : wybrane zagadnienia, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN 9788375201222
  • Dudek M., Niepełnosprawność w rodzinie : wybrane problemy, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN 9788375200799
  •  Hołyst B., Pomykała J., Cyberprzest i ochrona informacji, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN: 9788375200768
  •  Karpiuk M. (red), Miejsce administracji publicznej w sferze bezpieczeństwa i porządku publicznego, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN 9788375201215
  •  Muszyński J., Polskie prawo wyborcze, studium z dziedziny prawa, administracji i politologii, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN: 9788375201239
  •  S. Dawidziuk, Innowacyjność w zarządzaniu : jakością, produkcją, logistyką, personelem i organizacją : nauka i praktyka, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN 9788375201383
  •  Smoliński J., Neutralność państw europejskich. Aspekty prawne, międzynarodowe i polskie, WSM, Warszawa 2012, ISBN 9788375201277


  • Bednarski M.; Kryzys Zawodu Policjanta Aspekty Kryminologiczne, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 9788375200584
  • Białoń L. (red.), Marketing, Problemy podstawowe, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 978-83-7520-059-1, Format B-5, s. 239
  •  Białoń L. (red.), Marketing, w handlu, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN: 9788375200683
  •  Białoń L., Zarządzanie marketingiem, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN: 9788375200553
  •  Dawidziuk S., ABC dydaktyki : wykład : ćwiczenia : seminaria : dyskusja : konsultacje : gry dydaktyczne, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 9788375200751
  •  Hołyst B., Goc M., Terroryzm w poglądach społeczeństwa polskiego, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 978-83-7520-073-7
  •  Hołyst B., Metody biometryczne i kryptograficzne w zintegrowanych systemach bezpieczeństwa, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 978-83-7520-067-62
  •  Iwański Z. S., Kryzys kary pozbawienia wolności, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 978-83-7520-071-3
  •  Kamiński J., Zintegrowany system nadzoru nad instytucjamifinansowymi; WSM, Warszawa 2011, 978-83-7520-060-7.
  •  Malinowski L., Polska w Europie – dylematy, oczekiwania, nadzieje, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN – 8375200573, 9788375200577
  •  Sitkowska K., Fałszywe zeznania w teorii i praktyce, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 9788375200645
  •  Stanisław Dawidziuk, Prace licencjackie, inżynierskie i magisterskie, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN: 9788375200638
  •  Stępień T., Usytuowanie prokuratury i rola prokuratora w postępowaniu karnym, WSM, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 978-83-7520-065-2, Format A5, s. 220


  • Bajan K., Polityka handlowa Unii Europejskiej: wybrane zagadnienia, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN: 978-83-7520-045-4
  • Bednarski M., Postępowanie dyscyplinarne w Policji, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN 9788375200522
  •  Bibliografia Publikacji Nauczycieli Akademickich WSM w Warszawie. WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN 9788375200508
  •  Czuryk M., Karpiuk M. (red.), Prawne aspekty działania administracji, WSM, warszawa 2010, ISBN 9788375200485
  •  Daniluk M., Rynki finansowe w zglobalizowanej gospodarce, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN: 9788375200430
  •  Jasińśki L., Sudoł S. (red.), Polskie przedsiębiorstwa na rynku europejskim, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN 9788375200621
  •  Kuźma L., Zarządzanie procesem transportowo-spedycyjnym, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN: 9788375200492
  •  Smoliński J. (red.), Władza ludowa w Polsce wobec polskich sił zbrojnych na zachodzie po II wojnie światowej : Praca zbiorowa, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN 9788375200478
  •  Sudoł S., Polskie przedsiębiorstwa na rynku europejskim – broszura, WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN 9788375200621
  •  Szczepanik E., Ryzyko w działalności gospodarczej, WSM, Warszaawa 2010, ISBN: 978-83-7520-051-5
  •  Szulc W., Rosiński A., Wybrane zagadnienia z elektroniki cyfrowej dla informatyków (część II cyfrowa), WSM, Warszawa 2010, ISBN: 9788375200461


  • Dawidziuk S. (red. nauk.), Jakość kształcenia w szkolnictwie wyższym, rozwój innowacji w gospodarce, systemy podatkowe (wybrane zagadnienia), WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN 978-83-7520-034-8.
  • Garbicz M., Staniek Z., Mikroekonomia problem zawodności rynku, WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN: 9788375200386
  •  Marx J., Filozofia dla menedżerów : od Talesa do Wittgensteina, WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN 9788375200379
  •  Pomykała J. (red.), Podpis elektroniczny, stan aktualnyi perspektywy rozwoju, WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN 978-83-7520-039-3, format A5, s. 19.
  •  Ryś B., Historia gospodarcza świata od II wojny światowej do czasów najnowszych, WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN 9788375200355
  •  Sobolewska S., Rachunkowość zarządcza i elementy rachunku kosztów, WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN: 9788375200362
  •  Strzelecki T. J., Zarządzanie projektami – materialy do wykladów, WSM, Warszawa 2009, ISBN 978-83-7520-040-9, format A4, s. 136.


  • Białoń L., Aktywność innowacyjna organizacji, WSM, Warszawa 2008, ISBN: 978-83-7520-024-9
  • Dawidziuk S., Zarys dydaktyki ogólnej z elementami metodyki szkoły wyższej (wybrane zagadnienia); WSM, Warszawa 2008, ISBN: 9788375200201 – dodruk
  •  Hołyst B., Przestępczość w Polsce w latach 1989 – 2002 : prognoza do 2008 roku, WSM, Warszawa 2008, ISBN 838791942X
  •  Szulc W., Rosiński A., Wybrane zagadnienia z miernictwa i elektroniki dla informatyków (część I – analogowa), WSM, Warszawa 2008, ISBN 978-83-7520-030-0, format A4, s. 280.
  •  Szymański E., Wprowadzenie do cywilizacji świata arabskiego, WSM, Warszawa 2008, ISBN: 9788375200225


  • Białoń L., Narzędzia marketingowe w działalności handlowej, WSM, Warszawa 2007, ISBN 9788375200041


  • Białon L., Janczewska D., Metody oceny jakości kształcenia specjalistów w zakresie zarządzania, WSM, Warszawa 2006, ISBN 837520000X
  • Dobosiewicz Z., Kredyty i zabezpieczenia, WSM, Warszawa 2006, ISBN: 8387919322
  •  Kamiński J., Nadzór bankowy: regulacje systemowe i prawne, WSM, Warszawa 2006, ISBN: 838791908X.
  •  Masłyk-Musiał E., Praktyka organizacji w ruchu. Strategie i kompetencje w zmianach, WSM, Warszawa 2006, ISBN: 838791911X


  • Czechowska-Świtaj T., Zarządzanie kapitałem intelektualnym w organizacji, WSM, Warszawa 2005, ISBN 8387919209
  • Daniluk M., Podstawy finansów, WSM, Warszawa 2005, ISBN: 8387919357.
  •  Masłyk-Musiał E., Zarządzanie kompetencjami w organizacji : praca zbiorowa, WSM, Warszawa 2005, ISBN 8387919365
  •  Terelak J. F., Stres organizacyjny, WSM, Warszawa 2005, ISBN: 8387919640.


  • Ancyparowicz G., Bezpieczeństwo socjalne : Część I : Gospodarstwo domowe, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN 8387919292
  • Ancyparowicz G., Bezpieczeństwo socjalne : Część II : Przedsiębiorcy i menedżerowie, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN 8387919241
  •  Ancyparowicz G., Bezpieczeństwo socjalne : część III : praca jako źródło utrzymania, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN 8387919306
  •  Bogumił A., Greniewski M., Greniewski P., Krzyżanowski L., Rok B., Waloszczyk K., Zrównoważony rozwój, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN: 83-87919-41-1
  •  Hołyst B., Crime in Poland in 1989-2002: forecast up to 2008, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN: 8387919470
  •  Janczewska D., Białoń-Soczyńska L., Bezpośrednie Inwestycje Zagraniczne w Polsce – marketingowe metody oceny z perspektywy sektora, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN 8387919268
  •  Jurkowski R., Komunikowanie się: zarys wykładu, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN: 8387919543.
  •  Siskind K., Angielski dla biznesmenów business terminology, WSM, Warszawa 2004, ISBN: 83-87919-59-4


  • Ancyparowicz G., Szkice z dziejów ubezpieczeń czyli jak doszło do stworzenia zintegrowanego systemu ubezpieczeniowego, WSM, Warszawa 2003, ISBN 8387919349
  • Dworczyk M., Kształcenie specjalistów w zakresie ekonomiki i zarządzania (Wirtschaftswissenschaften) w Niemczech: wybrane uniwersytety techniczne i wyższe uczelnie techniczno-ekonomiczne, WSM, Warszawa 2003, ISBN: 8387919489.
  •  Hołyst B., Pomykała J., Cyberprzestępczość i ochrona informacji Bezpieczeństwo w internecie. Tom II, WSM, Warszawa 2003, ISBN: 9788375201314
  •  Jachowicz P., Gospodarka świata 1945-2000: (USA, Europa Zachodnia, Japonia), WSM, Warszawa 2003, ISBN: 8387919527.


  • Białoń L., Badania marketingowe podstawowe problemy, WSM, Warszawa 2002, ISBN: 83-87919-83-4
  • Nykowski I., Elementy optymalizacji liniowej, WSM, Warszawa 2002, ISBN: 8387919276.


  • Białoń L., Podstawy Marketingu, WSM, Warszawa 2001, ISBN 8387919098
  • Kassyk-Rokicka H., J. Buga, Podstawy statystyki opisowej, WSM, Warszawa 2001, ISBN: 9788361086024


  • Masłyk-Musiał E., Ludzie w świecie biznesu, WSM, Warszawa 2000, ISBN: 8387919160


  • Żółtowska J. E., Geneza i rozwój przestrzenny wsi Księstwa Łowickiego, WSM, Warszawa, ISBN 978-83-7520-130-7




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