Summer University Warsaw

Strona g³ówna » Summer University Warsaw » Lecturers

Wydrukuj stronê   Poleæ znajomemu


Prof. El¿bieta Kawecka-Wyrzykowska

Prof. El¿bieta Kawecka Wyrzykowska; Ph.D. in 1977; full professor – since 1992; visiting fellow at the universities in USA (1983 and 1997), in Italy (1988), Japan (1990).

She has published numerous articles and books on Poland’s integration into the European Union and on World Trade Organization. She worked as a consultant of the European Commission for Europe and of OECD. She participated in several international research projects on Poland’s integration into the EU.

She has lectured International Economics, European Integration, Poland’s Integration into the European Union, EU Policies and on World Trade Organization. She has been a supervisor of 14 Ph.D. dissertations, among them of Ph.D. honoris causa conferred by SGH to Mr. José Manuel Durão Barroso, President of the European Commission.

Since 1998 she has been chairing the Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration at the Warsaw School of Economics. In 2007 she was offered by the European Commission the title Jean Monnet Chair ad Personam.

In June 2008 she was elected a Vice Rector of SGH (for International Co-operation) for the term 2008-2012.

Prof. Ma³gorzata Bombol

Ma³gorzata Bombol is a lecturer at Warsaw School of Economics the following items: Consumer Behavior, Psychological determinants of decision-making processes, Leisure and Consumption, Marketing. She also works as a lecturer in postgraduate studies teaching Marketing and PR Strategies, Consumer Needs Analysis, Time Management, Conflict Management.

She carries out research on Consumer behavior, Consumer Psychology, Quality of life, Lifestyle and Leisure, Leisure marketing, Design in Consumer Choice Behavior, Leisure in modern society.

She worked as an evaluator in the Evaluation Committee of Integrated Program for Regional Development 2004–2006 and in the Evaluation Committee of Human Capital Operational Program 2007-2013 – priority VI.

Prof. Bogdan Mróz

Bogdan Mróz holds a Ph.D. degree in economics and is a Professor at Warsaw School of Economics. He completed also post-graduate studies in Milan (Scuola Superiore Enrico Mattei) and Ottawa (Advanced Management Education Program, School of Business, Carleton University). He has published several books as well as numerous articles both in Poland and abroad and presented many papers at international conferences and congresses. He has been responsible for many research projects conducted in Poland.

He was also involved in international scientific cooperation programs, e.g., joint Polish-German and Polish-Japanese research projects. Recently, he worked as a national expert for EU-sponsored DOLCETA project focused on web-supported consumer education.

Prof. Dariusz Rosati

Dariusz Rosati is a Professor at Warsaw School of Economics and Ryszard Lazarski University of Commerce and Law, Warsaw. He obtained his PhD in Decision Making Theory and Habilitation Degree in Economic Forecasting. In 1985 he established and became the first director of World Economy Research Institute at WSE.

He was an expert for various international organizations (UNIDO, World Bank, European Commission, ILO). In 1991-1995 he was the Head of Transition Economies Section, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva. In 1995-1997 he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs; in 1998-2004 a member of Monetary Policy Committee in the National Bank of Poland. He also held positions such as an Adviser to the President of the European Commission (2002-2004) and a Member of the European Parliament (2004-2009).

He is an author and/or co-author of over 250 publications including six books.

Prof. Maria Aluchna

Assistant professor at Department of Management Theory, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland. She specializes in corporate governance (ownership structure, board, executive compensation, transition economies), business groups as well as in strategic management.

She was awarded Deutscher Akademischer Austauchdienst (DAAD) scholarship for research stay and Universität Passau and Polish-American Fulbright Commission scholarship for the research stay at Columbia University. She received Polish Science Foundation award for young researchers (2004, 2005).

Currently Maria Aluchna teaches “Comparative analysis of corporate governance” (both in Polish and English), “Transition in Central and Eastern Europe” (in English) and “Strategic Management” (in English). She is an author of many articles and papers for conferences and journals at the national as well as international level.

Prof. Marcello M. Mariani

Marcello M. Mariani is currently professor of Management and Marketing at the Department of Management within the University of Bologna, Italy. His research fields include management, accounting, management accounting, financial accounting and marketing, with an international perspective and a significant focus on creative industries and cultural tourism. He has extensively studied the recent process of privatization involving the Italian Opera Houses industry as well as classical music organizations in Europe and Cultural Destination Management Organizations in the EU.
Marcello obtained his Ph.D. degree in Business Administration from the University of Bologna, Department of Management, with a concentration in make or buy decisions and inter-organizational coopetitive dynamics. He is an author of many publications such as journal articles and conference, workshop and seminar presentations. He has also published several book chapters as well as books and presented many papers at international conferences and congresses. His studies are currently focused on marketing, management of creative industries and performing arts, performance measurement for non-profit organizations, competition strategy and Digital Rights Management.

PhD Jakub Borowski

Jakub Borowski holds Ph.D. in economics from Warsaw School of Economics and he is an Assistant Professor in Chair of Economics II in WSE. He graduated from the Faculty of Banking and Finance in WSE.

He received DAAD scholarship at Humboldt University in Berlin and conducted research in the National Bank of Austria, ifo Institute in Munich, German Institute for Economic Research and German Ministry of Finance.

In 2002-2007 he headed Monetary Policy Division in the National Bank of Poland. In 2003-2004 he headed the team of economists who prepared the first NBP Report on the Costs and Benefits of Poland’s Adoption of the Euro. He is an author or co-author of many articles on the Polish monetary policy, strategy of Poland’s accession to the euro area and costs and benefits of the euro adoption in Poland. Since October 2007 Jakub Borowski has been Chief Economist of the Invest-Bank.

PhD Lidia Danik

Lidia Danik is the Assisstant Professor at the Institute of International Management and Marketing in Warsaw School of Economics. She was granted DAAD Scholarship both in 1995 and 1998.

Her latest publications include Internet Development and the Customer Segmentation and Product Range Positioning; Trust on the Business-to-Business Market; Uncertainty and Trust in System-Related Agreements on the Business-to-Business Market; Outsourcing of IT Services. Experienced in lectures and workshops in Marketing, International Marketing, Business-to-Business Marketing and International Business Transactions.

She has also business experience in insurance and forwarding.

PhD Rafa³ Kasprzak

He is working in Warsaw School of Economics as Assistant Professor, Chair of Living Standards and Consumption. Author of many papers regarding the implementation of European structural funds in Poland, management of SME, creative and cultural industries.

His research focus on project management techniques, implementation of structural funds, creative industries, certain aspects of company management. Tutor and advisor in public fund rising, author of many projects financed by public funds. Owner of consulting company, profile: business consultancy, executive training, rising of public funds. Diploma of Master in Business Administration in Ecole Superieure de Commere de Rennes (France).

PhD And¿elika Ku¼nar

And¿elika Ku¼nar, Ph.D. in economics. Lecturer and researcher in Warsaw School of Economics, Institute of International Economics. Author of many publications on international trade in services, economic relations of Poland with its neighbours, international trade policy. Experienced in lectures and workshops in Polish and English on International Economics, European Integration, International Trade Policy, International Organisations. Research and teaching experience at the University of Glasgow (UK), Anadolu University (Turkey), Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico).

PhD Jacek Lipiec

Assistant professor at the Institute of International Management and Marketing in Warsaw School of Economics. He has contributed to family businesses in Poland. He has composed a diagnosis of Polish hospitals with Ernst & Young.

He has experience in business and trainings. He specialises in human resource management and family businesses. He is an author of many articles related to the above mentioned topics.


PhD Ma³gorzata Lewandowska

She obtained PhD from Warsaw School of Economics, Collegium of World Economy, title: Competitive strategies of enterprises on the regulated markets in 2005. She also obtained Maitre en administration des affaires (Master of Business Administration) title from Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada. Since November 1996 till now she works as an academic teacher in Institute of International Management and Marketing, Warsaw School of Economics. Her didactic experience includes: Strategies of Polish Enterprises on the UE market (lecture); Fundamentals of Marketing (lecture and workshops); International Marketing (workshops); International Business (lecture); International Business Transactions (lecture); CEMS Blocked Seminar "Doing Business in CEE Countries" lecture on How to compete in Poland. Business Models of Firms on The Polish Market, Vienna, Wirtschaftuniversitat, August 2008.

PhD Grzegorz My¶liwiec

Grzegorz Mysliwiec obtained PhD from Warsaw School of Economics in 1987. He works for Department of Human Capital Development at WSE. His main research fields are: negotiations, ethics in business, corporate culture and savoir-vivre in business. He teaches negotiations with the use of drama and role-playing. He also conducts trainings for companies.

He is an author of publications on technics and trics in negotiations.

PhD Krzysztof Piech

He obtained PhD from Warsaw School of Economics (2002). He works there since 1996 and conducts lectures on Economic Policy, Development Economics, Business Cycle Analysis, Knowledge Economy. He has also lectured in Vilnius, London, Stockholm. In 2001 he established The Knowledge Institute in Warsaw, re-established in 2006 as The Knowledge & Innovation Institute, which is aimed at supporting the creation of knowledge and innovation economy in Poland. Within the Institute he closely cooperates e.g. with Polish f. vice-minister of science prof. Ewa Okoñ-Horodyñska (currently the head of Economics Department at the Polish oldest university – Jagiellonian University).

In 2002-2003 he was a research fellow at School of Slavonic and East European Studies – University College London (SSEES-UCL), where in previous years lectured e.g. Polish present minister of finance Jacek Rostowski or famous historian Norman Davis. He is a member of Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe at SSEES-UCL. He was also a shadow of David Milliband, present Minister for Foreign Affairs in the UK, while he was vice-minister for education.

His research interests are in the area of knowledge economy, business cycles (especially economic recessions), factors of economic development (including esp. ICTs), as well as economic macromodelling. Involved in a few projects financed by the Japanese Ministry of Education and Science, Polish Ministry of Science, Ministry for Regional Development, Polish Agency for Enterprise Development, and by some regional authorities in Poland.

Author of two books; the last one entitled "Knowledge and innovation in process of economic development". He is editor or co-editor of about 20 books books, including two published in London and one by Palgrave Macmillan in London and New York. Establisher of Polish semi-annual “Economic Policy” journal. Author of c. 100 scientific articles and of c. 50 articles published in newspapers (e.g. in "Wprost" Polish weekly magazine).

PhD Miko³aj Pindelski

Miko³aj Pindelski, PhD – Manager of post graduate programs on Sales Management and Product Management at Warsaw School of Economics (Szko³a G³ówna Handlowa), assistant professor at SGH and associate at Polish-Japanese Management Center, SGH’s alumni on management and marketing, graduate at Warsaw Polytechnic Dept. of Land Engineering.

He was working at and leading consultancy projects in Japan, Austria, Poland. Senior Consultant at IMMOQEE, advisory company. Involved in projects on sales, team management, sales strategies and management, innovation management.

PhD Celina Solek

She is the Assistant professor at the Department of Management Theory, Warsaw School of Economics. She got her Phd degree at Warsaw School of Economics as well. She specializes in change management, knowledge management and knowledge sharing practices. She participated in one year teaching – research assignment at the University of Abertay (UK). Moreover she has participated in Erasmus Program for Teachers at the University of Hertfordshire (UK), University of Alicante and University of Gran Canaria (Spain). She has experience in training for SMEs under European Union scheme.

PhD Michal Szwabe

He graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics, with major in international economics. He continued his education with the full-time doctoral studies at the Collegium of World Economy, where he earned his Ph.D. degree in economics. His primary research interests focus on international labor and capital flows, economic approach to migrants’ spatial segregation and nations’ competitiveness. Michal Szwabe has also broad experience in project and strategic management.

PhD Piotr Wi¶niewski

He is an Associate Professor of Corporate Finance at the Warsaw School of Economics. He has authored numerous publications focused on the performance and socioeconomic ramifications of international collective investment schemes (mutual, pension, hedge, private equity and sovereign wealth funds). His interests related to intellectual capital center on key growth drivers existing within financial services organizations. Wisniewski brings over a decade of high-profile executive experience in European financial services; chartered membership of the (Royal) Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (the City of London body of finance professionals), and membership of the U.S. based Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA), a worldwide forum of risk specialists.

PhD Joanna ¯ukowska

Assistant professor at the Institute of International Management and Marketing in Warsaw School of Economics and collaborator at the Academy of Economics in Katowice.

She received International Certificate – BTEC Professional Certificate Training, Learning and Development from EDEXCEL – United Kingdom (2006) and also achieved the CoachWise Certificate from the International the Coach Federation (2009). She has participated In Erasmus Program for Teachers.

She has years of experience in business and trainings. She specialises in strategic management, competitive strategies, coaching, creation of customer relationships.

She is an author of many articles based on the above mentioned topics.