Jürgen Wandel (Prof. SGH) is since 2012 representative of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at the Polish-German Academic Forum of the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). He holds a PhD degree in economics and habilitation in agricultural economics. Prior to joining SGH he was senior researcher at the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO), Halle (Saale), Germany, DAAD-Lecturer at the German-Kazakh-University (DKU) in Almaty (Kazakhstan) and research and teaching assistant at the Institute of Agricultural Economics of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. His primary research interests are institutional change in transition economies, Polish-German economic relations, business groups, economic and agricultural policy, competition theory and policy and Austrian Economics.
Andreas Bielig (Prof. SGH) is since 2006 member of scientific staff of the German Economy Research Unit. In 2006-2012 he established as first DAAD Fachlektor Wirtschaft with a DAAD scholarship the institution Fachlektorat Wirtschaft of Polish-German Academic Forum at the Warsaw School of Economics. Here he is still active in organization and teaching. He graduated in Economics from the University of Leipzig (Dipl.-Vw.), gained his PhD degree in Economics (Dr. rer. pol.) at the Technical University of Ilmenau. Habilitation in Economic Sciences (dr hab.nauk ekonomicznych) was granted him at Warsaw School of Economics. He worked as research fellow in area of environmental economics and sustainability at the Helmholtz Research Institute (UFZ) in Leipzig. He is also senior research fellow of Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich in fields of innovation and intellectual property. His scientific expertise includes: Intellectual Property, Economic Analysis of Law, Institutional
Economics, International Economics, Economic Policy, German Economy and
German-Polish Economic Relations, Automotive, Sustainability.
Katarzyna Kaminska (PhD) studied economics at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.
In 2014, she obtained the title of doctor of economic sciences there
for work titled "Ordoliberalism and Keynesianism - two contradictory
doctrines in the economic policy of post-war Germany". In 2016, she won
the first prize of the President of the Office of Competition and
Consumer Protection in Warsaw for the best doctoral dissertation devoted
to the economization of competition law. From March 2018, she works at
the Department of Research on the German Economy. Her research interests
include: theory of economics, economic policy, Polish-German economic
relations, institutional economy and the theory of economic order.