On December 6, 2022, a scientific seminar on the socio-economic aspects of crisis management was held. The organizers of the seminar were the Faculty of Management Engineering of the Poznan University of Technology and the Faculty of Management and Marketing of the National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”. The participants of the seminar discussed ways to solve the problems of anti-crisis management, taking into account human, social and economic aspects. The speeches of scientists of the Department of International Economics aroused the interest of Polish colleagues and made it possible to determine the directions of further active cooperation: Serhii Voitko “Implementation of the principles of Industry 4.0 in dual purpose products” Oksana Okhrimenko “Security and social responsibility of communities in emergency conditions” Anna Kukharuk “System-forming factors of national security based on the harmonization of public interests” Natalia Skorobogatova “Formation of a model of balanced development in conditions of threat to public security” Natalya Chernenko, Olena Korohodova, Yaroslava Hlushchenko, Tetiana Moiseienko “Asymmetry of development in the social and labour sphere in the conditions of Industry 4.0 under the influence of the legal regime of martial law” Tetiana Ivanova, Kateryna Petrenko, Natalia Skorobogatova “Investment and innovation security as a factor of socio-economic growth in the conditions of the legal regime of martial law” Materials of the seminar are available on the website www.seacm.eu