Prof. Juliusz Kotyński, PhD
Faculty: Business and International Relations
Field of study: Economics; Finance and accounting
Director of the PhD Seminar
Full professor of economic sciences, PhD in economics, since 1988; a former senior Fulbright scholar at the Department of Economics of Harvard University, professor of the Warsaw School of Economics and the Institute for Market and Business Cycles Research; dean of the Faculty of Business and International Relations; Director of the Institute of Economic Research of the Faculty of Business and International Relations; staff member and consultant of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and UNCTAD in Geneva; economic and commercial counsellor and a commercial counsellor-minister plenipotentiary of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in France (1993-1998); in 2002-2006, a General Counsellor at the Ministry of Finance, member of the of Economic Policy Committee of the Council of the European Union (2003-2006); in his research activity he deals with theory and policy of international trade, finances, globalisation, economic policy and economic and financial regional integration; since 2004, a member of the “Poland 2000 Plus” Forecast Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences; author of about 300 scientific works in economy, finances and international relations.
- economic development and economic policy of Poland;
- EU and the Eurozone on the global scene;
- management of economic and financial risk;
- analyses and forecasts of the economic situation of Poland and the world;
- problems of economic transformation.