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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Pawel Dobrzański

Pawel Dobrzański

Assistant Professor at the Wroclaw University of Economics (Faculty of Economic Science, Department of Mathematical Economics)

Secretary of CEDIMES Poland (Centre for Studies in International Development and Economic and Social Movements)

Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business and Economic Horizons (Indexing – Scopus)


Biography:

Professor Pawel Dobrzański has carried out many research projects on international competitiveness, efficiency of economic system, regional development, growth theories and government policy. His research has been presented in many international conferences  such as inter alia in USA, Canada, Singapore, France, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Austria, Croatia, Latvia, Czechia and Slovenia. It has also been published in numerous journals, including: JCR and Web of Science in Polish, English and Russian.

He has received numerous outstanding scientific awards. These include: inter alia the CEDIMES, an organization that was established within the framework of the University Pantheon -Assas (Paris II) in 1972; the institute’s award for the best Ph.D. dissertation in 2015 ("Efficiency and competitiveness of market economies. USA, Japan and Germany" written under the supervision of Full Professor Leon Olszewski); "Iuvenes Wratislaviae" Award of Wroclaw Branch of Polish Academy of Sciences in 2018 for outstanding scientific or artistic achievement; an award for the best presentation at the International Conference “Innovation economics/ Big data in business and economics” – Opatija, Croatia; numerous Rector’s Awards of Wroclaw University of Economics for scientific and research achievements; teaching award obtained based on student surveys with a congratulatory letter from the Dean of the University of Economics in Wroclaw – 2019.

 

Research Interests

International competitiveness, efficiency of economic system, regional development, growth theories, automotive industry and government policy.

Research Supervision

Supervisor - Professor Pete Tyler