Aleksander Sulejewicz, PhD (Associate Professor at SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Dept. of Economics II) is an interdisciplinary economist specializing in international development studies, institutional economics, methodology of economics, and comparative political economy. He has served as UN expert in industrial economics, has been a member of supervisory boards in Polish financial institutions, and has experience in administration of Higher Education Institutions (MBA Director, Dean of Graduate School, accreditation expert).
Małgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska, PhD (Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Psychology University of Warsaw) has conducted qualitative studies in both academic and commercial settings. Currently her main academic interests are focused on a psychological meaning of employer branding and consumer behavior. She is a co-author of a book about e-addictions and academic papers on food labeling, as well as an author of a script for Ph.D. students „Interviews as a qualitative research method in management and economics sciences”. In her academic practice and working as a qualitative research consultant, she has implemented a variety of qualitative methods (e.g. standard focus group interviews, mini-groups, online focus group interviews and individual interviews), conducting personally above 1000 groups and over 600 interviews. She teaches qualitative research to Ph.D., postgraduate and graduate students, also at Warsaw School of Economics.
Elżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek, PhD (Assistant Professor of SGH Warsaw School of Economics, holds Ph.D. awarded by Poznań University of Economics and Business. She also completed an international post-diploma program in “Public Administration of European Union” at the West Pomeranian Business School. Her academic and consulting experience includes numerous publications, analyses and reports in tourism and services marketing, also management and research methods. From 2008 to 2015 she was a Vice President of the Polish Tourist Organisation. During twenty years of her professional and scientific career, she has been regularly involved in the research process from the planning stage, through collecting research data to the preparation of a final report, both as an individual researcher and as a team member. She conducts classes for students and doctoral students and also postgraduate courses in designing research processes and tools and quality methods.
Emilia Tomczyk, PhD (Associate Professor at SGH Warsaw School of Economics) is a graduate of Warsaw School of Economics and a Fulbright scholar. Her scientific work focuses on applications of evolutionary game theory and econometrics, particularly to measuring economic expectations, analysis of survey data, and evaluating rationality in economic settings.
Wioletta Mierzejewska, PhD (Associate Professor at SGH Warsaw School of Economics) works at the Institute of Management, SGH Warsaw School of Economics. She has many years of experience at postgraduate studies and specialist courses. She specializes in the field of strategic management and structural transformations of enterprises. Author of numerous studies and papers on this issue.
Patryk Dziurski, PhD (Assistant Professor of SGH Warsaw School of Economics) currently works at the Institute of Management, SGH Warsaw School of Economics. He does quantitative and qualitative research in strategic management, innovation and open innovation as well as cultural and creative industries. He conducts classes for students and postgraduate courses in strategic management, marketing and innovation.
Alina Dorota Szypulewska-Porczyńska, PhD (Associate Professor at SGH Warsaw School of Economics) MA: International Trade Faculty at Université Paris XII; MA: Foreign Trade Faculty at SGH Warsaw School of Economics; French diploma of 3rd cycle in Banking and Financial Markets Université Paris Dauphine; PhD and Habilitation in Economics: SGH Warsaw School of Economics; Academic teacher of the following subjects: European integration, global management, regional trading arrangements, services in global economy. As a researcher, she has been recently concentrating on the trade impact of the EU internal market for services as well economic governance: global and European dimensions.
Magdalena Suska, PhD (Assistant Professor at SGH Warsaw School of Economic) graduated from International Economic and Political Relations, SGH Warsaw School of Economics and English Philology, Warsaw University. She has been working at Warsaw School of Economics since 2010 lecturing in Business English and Global Business. She has been engaged in educating doctoral students and implementing doctoral student programmes. Her main fields of interests are: international economic and political relations, international institutions, global governance as well as modern teaching methods.