Jednostki i pracownicy - książka adresowa

Dr. Hab. Piotr Kozarzewski

Dr. Hab. Piotr Kozarzewski
Position
Associate Professor
Units
KATEDRA POLITYKI GOSPODARCZEJ I REGIONALNEJ
Functions
Lecturer
E-mail address
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Webpage
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Piotr_Kozarzewski
https://scholar.google.pl/citations?user=69CHoBgAAAAJ&hl=en
ORCID https://orcid.org/ 0000-0002-8453-8099
Consultation

Consultations are held on:


- Wednesdays: 11:30AM-1:00PM via the MS Teams (team code: cndrxst)
- Thursdays: 11:30AM-1:00PM in Room 619 (please make an appointment in advance)


I strongly encourage you to get consultations via e-mail. In urgent cases call me by phone (+48 509-566-430) or contact through WhatsApp or Telegram (the same number).


MS Teams codes for the classes: see the Polish version of the page.


I kindly ask you not to use MS Teams as an instant messenger: when I have it turned off, I don't get notices that you've sent something to me!

Files for students
Lectures
Seminars
Erasmus


Personal information

Economist, sociologist and political scientist. Also member of the Supervisory Coincil of CASE - Center of Social and Economic Research and till October 2021 chairman of the Board of Directors of CASE-Belarus. He took part in numerous research and advisory projects in Poland and other post-communist countries devoted to institutional reforms, privatization, corporate governance and international knowledge transfer. He's an author or co-author of more than 200 studies, reports and articles in English, Polish, Russian, and Bulgarian; more than 100 of them have been published, including 5 books.

Speaks Polish, English and Russian.


Scientific Activity

In 2021, he published the book State Corporate Control in Transition: Poland in a Comparative Perspective. Presently, he's working on chapters for two monographs: The Political Economy of Emerging Markets and Alternative Development Paths (eds. Tamás Gerőcs and Judit Ricz, Palgrave Macmillan) and Oxford Handbook of Central and East European Management and Organizations (eds. Thomas Steger, Irma Rybnikova and Rainhart Lang, Oxford University Press).