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Dr Konrad Czernichowski

Dr Konrad Czernichowski
Position
Assistant Professor
Units
KATEDRA GOSPODARKI ŚWIATOWEJ I INTEGRACJI EUROPEJSKIEJ
Telephone number
81 537 52 75
E-mail address
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Webpage
https://www.juco.ac.tz/staff_list.php?p=1
http://www.investafrica.pl/category/strefa-wiedzy/
www.maitri.pl
Consultation
Spring semester 2020:
- Tuesday, 11:30-13:00;
- Wednesday, 15:30-17:00.

Address

Rektorat, pl. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 5 pok. 618
20-031 Lublin

Personal information

Konrad Czernichowski (born in 1980 in Wrocław) is economist, theologian and africanist. He is a member of the Polish Africanist Society. He attained formal education at secondary level at XIV LO in Wrocław in 1999. While still at secondary school he did one-year course of Mathematical Analysis at the Technical University of Wrocław (Studium Talent). In 2004 he graduated from the University of Economics in Wrocław, then in the years 2004-2008 undertook his PhD studies at the University of Wrocław, obtaining PhD from the University of Economics in Wrocław in 2008. From 2009 to 2012 he was Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Studies, University of Wrocław, and in the same years he headed Wrocław subsidiary of the "Maitri" Movement. Currently he holds the position of Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Economics at UMCS. He is the author of the book on African integration: "Integracja afrykańska – uwarunkowania, formy współpracy, instytucje" ("African Integration – Conditions, Forms of Cooperation, Institutions"), CeDeWu, Warszawa 2010, and a co-author (with Dominik Kopiński and Andrzej Polus) of the book on extractive industry in Zambia and Botswana: "Klątwa surowcowa w Afryce? Przypadek Zambii i Botswany" ("Resource Curse In Africa? Case of Zambia and Botswana", CeDeWu, Warszawa 2012). He has been responsible for Lublin branch of the "Maitri" Movement since 2014. In the years 2012-2016 he did MA in Theology at the Catholic University of Lublin of John Paul II. His areas of interest are: regional integration, Fair Trade as well as international relations and political economy of Sub-Saharan Africa. So far, he has visited Africa (Libya, Tunisia, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana) ten times. He collaborates with the Jordan University College in Morogoro, Tanzania.



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