Associate Professor in the Department of Economics
Head of the Chair of Microeconomics
University of Warsaw, Poland
Education and affiliations
I graduated from the Department of Economics at the University of Warsaw in 2003, received a PhD degree in economic sciences in 2008 and tenure in 2013. I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Glasgow and the University of Stirling (2008) and a visiting scholar at the University of California, San Diego (2011-2012). I started working in the Department of Economics and Warsaw Ecological Economics Center at the University of Warsaw in 2003. I held the position of Assistant Professor beginning in 2008 and became an Associate Professor in 2014. I have been the head of the Chair of Microeconomics since 2012.
My research interests include Preferences and Choice Modeling, Non-market Valuation, Microeconomics and Microeconometrics. I mostly focus on environmental economics and econometric methods used to model consumers' preferences. See my research page for details and to find my presentations or datasets and codes supplementing my papers.
I have published in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Land Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Ecological Economics, Resource and Energy Economics, Forest Policy and Economics, Water Resources and Economics, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, Conservation Biology, Conservation Letters, Science of the Total Environment, Ecological Indicators, AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, Tourism Management, Marine Policy, Water Science and Technology, Telecommunications Policy, and other professional journals. For more information see my publications page.
I teach various microeconomics and microeconometrics courses available through the Department of Economics at the University of Warsaw. I also teach more specialized courses (including modeling consumers' preference and non-market valuation), hold seminars for BA and MA students and advise PhD students. See my teaching page for details.