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He holds a degree in Economics from Warsaw School of Economics and several post-graduate degrees, including a degree in general management from INSEAD, France
In Poland, the delegation will visit University of Warsaw, Ministry of Higher Education and Science, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw School of Economics and Medical University of Warsaw.
In 2012 it moved from 62nd to 55th in the rankings, says Professor Marzenna Weresa, director of the Institute of the World Economy at the Warsaw School of Economics.
As author of more than 100 publications on economic issues in Poland and abroad, recipient of numerous honors and awards worldwide, and Professor of Economics at the Warsaw School of Economics (WSE), what do you think about the existing economic literature and textbooks?
I want to emphasize it was a very good meeting yesterday,'' Hill said Friday morning, shortly before his departure for Warsaw to give a keynote speech at the launching ceremony of the East Asian Center of the Warsaw School of Economics.
By joining the Tel Aviv University Student Union exchange students project, my friends and I discovered a whole new world, as did the participating Polish students from the Warsaw School of Economics Students' Association.
However, the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the Warsaw University and the Warsaw School of Economics have recently created an interesting joint doctoral program.
Roering served as a visiting professor or distinguished guest lecturer at a number of universities, including Northwestern University, Harvard University, University of Michigan, University of Virginia, University of Illinois, University Jean Moulin (Lyon, France) and the Warsaw School of Economics (Poland).