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TIGER Scientific Advisory Board
Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko
Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko -- a key architect of
Polish reforms -- is a renowned economist and a world expert on
transition and development policy. While Deputy Premier and Minister of
Finance (1994-97) he led Poland to the OECD. Holding the same positions
again in 2002-03 he played an important role in Poland's integration
with the European Union. In 1989 he was participating in the historical
Polish Round Table, which led to the first post-communist government in
East Central Europe. In 1989-91 he was the member of Economic Council
of the Government.
A graduate and Ph.D. of Warsaw School of Economics
(SGH), he is currently Director of TIGER - Transformation, Integration
and Globalization Economic Research (www.tiger.edu.pl) and professor at
the Kozminski University in Warsaw (ALK). The United Nations, IMF and
the World Bank have sought Professor Kolodko expertise. He has accepted
invitations for visiting professorships at Yale, UCLA and the
University of Rochester, New York, as well as research fellowships and
lectures at academic institutions and organizations worldwide.
Professor Marta Postuła
She graduated with an honours degree in economics at
the Private School of Business and Administration in Warsaw,
specialising in Organization and Management . Since 1999 she has worked
in the Ministry of Finance office, progressing through financial
advisor to the position of Director of the Department of Public Finance
Reform. The basic scope of work experience has been related to the
operations of the public finance system in Poland and the world, the
budgetary process and efficiency of public spending.
Jacek Tomkiewicz Ph. D.
Assistant Professor at the Research Institute – TIGER. Ph. D. at the Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Managment. Graduate of the Cracow Academy of Economics, specialisation: Public Finance. (more)
Marcin Piatkowski Ph.D.
Resident Scholar at TIGER,
Assistant Professor of Economics at Kozminski University and Senior
Economist at the World Bank in Warsaw. Former Chief Economist of PKO
BP, the largest bank in Poland (2008). Economist in the European
Department and Advisor to Executive Director at the International
Monetary Fund in Washington D.C (2004-08). Advisor to Poland's Deputy
Premier and Minister of Finance (2002-03). Ph.D. degree in Economics
from Kozminski University and M.A. in Finance and Banking from the
Warsaw School of Economics. Economic commentator and columnist in
Polish and international media, including Financial Times and the
Economist. Research interests: global economy, fiscal policy,
information society, foreign policy. (more)
Tel. +48 22 5192 108
Małgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn Ph.D.
Graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), specialisation: International Trade and Polititian Affairs. From year 2001 to 2004 she was a PhD candidate at Research Team to Baltic Countries Economies, at the Department of World Economy, SGH, Warsaw. In 2003 she finished her Ph.D. studies and in 2004 defended her doctoral thesis at the Collegium of World Economy.(more)
Grzegorz Malinowski Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at the Research Institute –
TIGER. Ph. D. at the Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and
Managment. Graduate of the National Louis University in Nowy Sacz ,
specialization: finance management, graduate of Papieska Akademia
Teologiczna w Krakowie, specialization: philosophy.2