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Prof. Ryszard Piasecki - Professor  of Lodz  University – Institute of  Economics, Director of Development Economics Chair.  In the areas qualified to teach Prof. Ryszard Piasecki has among others: development studies, macroeconomics, international business, cross-cultural  communication, international relations, development studies, the European Union integration. His current scholary interest Economics,  Development Economics, European Integration, International Relations. Fellowships and awards granted by Prof. Ryszard Piasecki :  SOROS  GRANT (1994-98) and KBN  GRANTS (1999-01, 2004-05). Awards (most important) Ministry of  Science and Education Award for the Ph.D. (1978), Ministry of  Science and  Education Award for the D.Sc. (1990), Ministry of  Education, Award for a book (co-author)- 2002; Ministry of Education Award for a book (2004), Literati Club, 2005 Award for Excellence, International Journal of Social Economics, Outstanding Paper  (USA), Gran Cruz de Oro de Ordem al Meritode Chile (2012), Gran Cruz de Cavalier de la Rennaissance de Pologne (2015).

Professor at the University of Lodz, Economics (employed  since 1973. Professor at WSGE Warsaw (Jozefow),   Professor at the Diplomatic Academy in Warsaw (since 2001), Ambassador of Poland to Chile (2008-2012), Professor at CIFE (  Nice, Paris) – since 1990; Chief of the Economic Delegation of Poland  at the 47th Session of General Assembly of the  United  Nations (New York) – 1993; Adviser to the Foreign  Ministry –Poland (1991- 2002); Consul General of Poland in Sao Paulo-Brazil (1993-1998); Director of UniversityCollege of Federalist Studies in Aosta (Italy) (1991-94); Dean at the Lubumashi  University in Zaire (1981-85); Visiting Professor to UNILU (Zaire) –1985-88.       

Prof. Ryszard Piasecki has given More than 150 scientific presentations in  Poland and abroad and published tens of scientific monographs and articles.
Prof. Janusz Gudowski - Titular Professor in Economics, lecturer at various universities (incl. University of Warsaw and Politechnika of Warsaw), specialized in economics of development, author of several books and numerous papers, visiting professor in Egypt (Institute of National Planning, 1 year), in India (Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 1 year) and Turkey (Ankara University, 1 semester), former President of Foundation of Polish-Arab Cooperation, former member of Advisory Board to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The head of multidisciplinary research field studies in Turkey, Ukraine, Yemen, the Sudan, Egypt. 

Classes delivered: economics,  operational research, organization sciences, management sciences.

 Levi Nicolas Levi, Ph.D., is a lecturer of financial and microeconomic subjects with focus on management and investment process. He’s the author of numerous articles in scholarly publications on economic and financial subjects. Regularly invited to international conferences as keynote speaker, Nicolas Levi is also the author of several books on Korean issues.

During 5 years, he worked as a financial analyst in international companies. He was also an advisor for French companies which wanted to export their activities to Poland. He also ran a business as a self-employed consultant while performing accounting services.

Nicolas Levi has a MBA which he gained at a French-Polish Programme. He also earned a PhD in political sciences from the Polish Academy of Sciences.
 Palonka Krystyna Palonka, Ph.D.- graduated  at SGH (Warsaw School of Economics -  former  SGPiS ). PhD  in Warsaw University of Technology ( Politechnika Warszawska ). Researcher in HHS ( Stockholm School of Economics ) –EIJS-European Institute of Japanese   Studies  and China Economy Research Center. For many years studied and conducted  research  at universities and research centers in Far East ( Singapore, China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam). After return to Poland remains within the field of research on economic development of South-East Asia  and its co-operation with EU.

Currently lecturer at private universities in Poland ; WSGE among others and co-operates with  Poland Asia Research Center ( CSPA). Specialist in China, ASEAN, BRICS ,MACROECONOMICS and international business.

 Prokurat Sergiusz Prokurat, Ph.D. – Historian and Economist. Graduated from Polish Academy of Sciencies (MBA, Austria Wiener Institute accreditation). Currently PhD candidate, Director and expert of CSPA think-tank. Worked as a consultant for various organizations including: Citigroup, BDO, AIP, ICAN Institute, polish branch of Harvard Business Review. Experienced Project Manager (PRINCE2 Foundation certificate, PRINCE2 Practitioner certificate, PMP certificate, ITIL Foundation certificate, Six Sigma Belt certificate) – worked on the project with IBM, Capgemini, AON Hewitt, KPMG, PWC, Accenture, Ernst&Young, AT Kearney, Intel. Active idea spreader - dozens of written articles for „Harvard Business Review”, „Wprost”, „Gazeta Bankowa”, „Gazeta Finansowa”, „Metropolia Bussiness Magazine”,  „Rynki Zagraniczne”, „Stosunki Międzynarodowe”, „Mowia Wieki”, “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”, „National Geographic”, „Nowy Dziennik”) and numerous scientific articles.
 Marszewski Adam Marszewski, M.A. Graduate from : School of Practical Economics, - Warsaw. Pre-graduate Practical Linguistic Studies - Los Angeles University of Warsaw - English Philology, M.A. German Language Studies in Duesseldorf, Germany. Post Diploma Graduate in „Creative Marketing for Top Managers” – Moenchengladbach, Germany. Advisor to foreign companies entering German/Polish Market. Founder of first Polish/German Joint Venture „Beauty and Spa” in Poznan Founder and Secretary General of Wineyard Associacion in Kazimierz Dolny. Candidate to Polish Parlament

Lecturer in various schools and universities

Classes delivered: Strategic Management, Marketing, Financial Management, Theory of Organization, Tourism, Leisure and others.
 Kamran Muhammad Kamran, M.A. - currently working as PhD Scholar at Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw, Poland in the area of Human Resource Management. Mr. Muhammad Kamran completed Master`s degree in Project Management from COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad. He conducts the classes at International Business Programme (IBP) at University of Warsaw for  students from all across the world – students from Germany, France, Poland, Mexico, Korea, China, Spain, India, Saudi-Arabia, Turkey, Japan. He has published three articles in International Journal and got the opportunity to present his research at Harvard University USA. Mr.  Muhammad Kamran has more than ten years of teaching and administrative experience in academia.

Mehmet Ali Özçobanlar, M.A., Ph.D. candidate in the faculty of management at University of Warsaw. He studied foreign trade and business administration in Turkey. He has completed post graduate studies “International Business” at University of Warsaw and completed a module in Applied Economics and Business MAREB Master at Universitat Automa de Barcelona, Spain. He was a lecturer of “EU economic policies in the Middle East and Turkey”, “Anatolian Tigers and Liberalization in Turkey” classes for International Business Programme (MA) in faculty of management at the University of Warsaw. He was working as an analyst in one of the biggest banks which is based in Tampa, USA.   He currently cooperates with Chair of Psychology and Sociology of Management at University of Warsaw as a co-lecturer in HRM, social skills and social history of business classes including IBP and MBA courses.  He has published several scientific articles and attending international conferences as speaker.  His primary fields of interest are; cross cultural management, human resources and humanistic management, cultural distinctions and diversity management.