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Dr. Maciej Wysocki | Populism | Best Researcher Award

Economic Modelling, Institute of Rural and Agricultural Development, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Maciej Wysocki, a Polish national, is a dedicated economist with a profound interest in fiscal policy and economic sustainability. He holds degrees from the Warsaw School of Economics, including a BA, MA, and PhD, specializing in Economics and Finance. His academic journey has been marked by notable achievements, including scholarships and recognition for his outstanding performance.



Education 🎓

Wysocki’s academic journey commenced with his Bachelor’s studies at the Warsaw School of Economics, where he majored in Quantitative Methods in Economics & Information Systems. He continued his pursuit with a Master’s degree in the same field, followed by doctoral studies focused on Economics and Finance. Under the guidance of esteemed mentors such as Cezary Wójcik and Tomasz Dołęgowski, Wysocki honed his skills and expertise in economic analysis.

Experience 💼

With a solid educational background, Wysocki ventured into various professional roles, primarily in the realm of public finance. He served at the Ministry of Finance of Poland in different capacities, progressing from Junior Specialist to Chief Specialist within the Public Debt Department. His expertise in economic analysis and modeling led to roles at esteemed institutions like the Polish Academy of Sciences, where he currently serves as a Research and Technical Specialist.

Research Interests 🔍

Wysocki’s research interests revolve around fiscal sustainability, public debt management, and the intersection of populism with fiscal policy. Through his publications and academic endeavors, he seeks to contribute to a deeper understanding of economic dynamics, particularly within the context of Poland and the broader European Union.

Awards 🏆

Wysocki’s contributions to the field of economics have been recognized with prestigious awards, including the Rector’s Scholarship Award for Top Ph.D. Students. His dedication to academic excellence and research has positioned him as a promising economist with significant potential for future contributions to the field.

Publications Top Notes

  1. “Populists and fiscal policy: The case of Poland” (2024)
    Published in the European Journal of Political Economy
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ejpoleco.2024.102556
  2. “Fiscal Sustainability in Poland: How Did the Public Policy Shift of 2016–2019 Impact the Country’s Long-Term Sustainability?” (2021)
    Published in EKONOMISTA
    DOI: 10.52335/dvqigjykff42
  3. “Fiscal sustainability in the EU after the global crisis: Is there any progress? Evidence from Poland” (2020)
    Published in the International Journal of Finance & Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/ijfe.2001
  4. “Sustainability of fiscal policy in Poland in the period 2004–2017” (2018)
    Published in the International Journal of Management and Economics
    DOI: 10.2478/ijme-2018-0021
  5. “Sustainability of Public Debt Stock in Transition Economies in Central and Eastern Europe Countries in Terms of Solvency” (2017)
    Published in Studia Ekonomiczne
  6. “Institutional Complementarity of Poland in Terms of Diversity of Capitalism” (2016)
    Published in Ekonomia Międzynarodowa
Maciej Wysocki | Populism | Best Researcher Award

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