Faculty: Faculty of Business and International Relations
Field of study: International Relations, Economics, Journalism
He specialises in the post-communist period, and his current research is focused on Warsaw as the international centre for trade in securities (as compared to Prague, Budapest and Vienna); he conducts his research on the basis of financial geography, as well as economic analysis of law; he is a laureate of the scholarship-based scientific career award (for years 2016-2018, CERGE-EI in Prague); he recently co-edited Reviewing European Union Accession (Brill, Leiden/Boston); he is currently working on his doctoral dissertation on Warsaw as a financial centre at the University of Oxford.
- financial geography;
- centres of the international market of securities;
- post-socialist transformation;
- economic analysis of law;
- “English school” (IR theory).