Agata Wancio, PhD
Faculty: Business and International Relations
Education Field: Economics
Economist specializing in international economics and the economics of innovation. She obtained a PhD in economics at the Collegium of World Economy at the Warsaw School of Economics, her dissertation related to the impact of emerging economies joining the foreign direct investment flows on their innovation (at the example of India’s economy). She combines her research activity with the work in public administration, where she manages a unit responsible for shaping and development of the innovation policy. Formerly, she worked at the Institute for Market, Consumption and Business Cycles Research, where she participated, among others in the Emerging Market Global Players international project, coordinated by the Centre for Sustainable Investments at Columbia University. Author of numerous publications on the current problems of international economics. From 2016, an assistant professor at the Faculty of Business and International Relations at Vistula University.
Teaching / Research interests:
- foreign direct investments;
- foreign trade and trade policy;
- emerging economies in the global economy;
- international transfer of knowledge and technology;
- technology and innovation policy;
- innovation of economies and enterprises.