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  • prof. SGH dr hab. Agnieszka Alińska

 

Associate Professor Agnieszka Alińska is working at the Warsaw School of Economics since 1999 and is currently the Head of the Department of Treasury at the Collegium of Socio-Economics.

The scientific and research interests of Prof. Alińska focus on issues related to alternative finance as well as the functioning and stability of the financial system, with particular emphasis on cooperative banking and the activities of microfinance institutions in Poland and abroad. An important area of her scientific research are topics related to public finance and the finance of local government units. She is the author of several scientific articles and book publications devoted to issues of finance and banking as well as to alternative finance. She is a member of the Polish Association of Banking and Finance and the International Association of Public Finance based in Germany.

Her scientific activity is combined with working in public financial institutions such as the General Inspectorate of Banking Supervision, Polish Financial Supervision Authority and the Polish Bank Guarantee Fund. Since 2009, she has been an advisor at the National Bank of Poland.

 
  • dr Małgorzata Dworakowska-Raj
 

Małgorzata Dworakowska-Raj Ph.D. has been working at the Department of Treasury of Warsaw School of Economics since 2015. She was awarded the academic degree of PhD in economical sciences in terms of finance having defended with distinction the dissertation entitled: “Conditioning of investment activity in cities on poviat status in Poland”. Her scientific and research interests focus on the theme of public finance and public financial system, especially on the issues of financial management in territorial self-government units. Her teaching activity first and foremost concerns microeconomics and macroeconomics. The author of a number of scientific studies.

  
  • dr Joanna Marczakowska-Proczka
 

Joanna Marczakowska-Proczka, Ph.D., has been working for Warsaw School of Economics (formerly the Central School of Planning and Statistics) since 1984, and since 1992 in the Department of Treasury. The author of numerous articles and publications on public finance. The main research fields are: the budget policy of the state and local government units, the tax system in Poland and in the world, as well as public debt management. She has extensive didactic experience in the domain of public finance.  From 2003 to 2010, in her capacity as the Vice Dean of Master’s Studies, she gained valuable experience while co-operating with the whole university community. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, discovering new places, historical monuments and cultures. She spends any spare moment on reading non-fiction, belles-lettres literature and novels. 

 
  • dr Jakub Sawulski



  • dr Marcin Wajda
 

Lecturer in the Collegium of Socio-Economics at the Warsaw School of Economics , where he obtained PhD in Economic Sciences. His scientific and research interests concentrate on problems of functioning of public financial instruments, regional development and cohesion policy.  Lecturer of microeconomics, macroeconomics and public finances. Exchange teacher at University of Liechtenstein.

Since 2007 he works in self-government of the Mazovia region. Currently he is a Director of the Department of Regional Development and European Funds in the Office of the Marshal of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. His responsibilities include management and realization of Regional Operational Programmes and implementation of Regional Innovation Strategy. Expert of European Committee of the Regions. Member of the editorial team of “Mazowsze Studia Regionalne (Eng. Regional Studies of Mazovia) magazine.

 
  • dr Barbara Woźniak
 

Has been working at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) since 1969 and at the Department of Treasury since 1992. Her scientific interests and research focus on the functioning and stability of the public financial system and the granting of state aid in the European Union. She is the author of dozens scientific papers and co-editor of several monographs on public finance. She combines scientific and teaching activities with work in financial institutions and public administration (PKO BP S.A., Sejm commissions, Sejm Analytical Bureau (BAS)). She gives lectures and conducts diploma seminars on public finance, state aid and budgetary policy.