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Tomasz Brodzicki


Since his birth  he has been connected to Pomerania. In 2001 he graduated from the Faculty of Economics, specializing in European Integration. He has also studied at the University of Turku in Finland and the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, as part of a scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. He is a scholarship holder of the Foundation for Polish Science (2004-2005). In 2006, Tomasz Brodzicki defended his doctoral dissertation at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Gdansk , specializing in International Economics. The aim of the dissertation was to examine the impact of integration within the EU on the economic growth record of Member States. Currently, he is a visting researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in Germany .

Tomasz Brodzicki is an Assistant Professor at the Economics of European Integration Division at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Gdansk, where he teaches full-time and part-time students. He also conducts postgraduate courses and carries out research. He has lectured at the Gdansk Foundation for Management Development, Gdansk School of Banking, Gdansk University of Technology and Kozminski University in Warsaw. During the 2001 – 2007 period he was a Research Fellow (assistant, then independent researcher) at the Gdansk Institute for Market Economics in the Research Area of Enterprise and Innovation. Tomasz Brodzicki has also collaborated with the CASE (Center for Social and Economic Research).

He has carried out a series of national and international research projects. Currently, he manages the Jean Monnet Module project and his own research project at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Tomasz Brodzicki actively participates in conferences organized by European Economics and Finance Society, the European Regional Studies Association and the European Trade Study Group.

His academic achievements to date include over 60 national and international publications, as well as numerous scientific reports and studies for institutions such as: PARP (Polish Agency for Enterprise Development) or the Polish Ministry of Economy.

His research interests include: international economics, issues of economic growth and development, regional development, economic policies, trade- both theoretical and empirical approach, innovation and competitiveness, regional economic integration and new economic geography. In addition to theoretical and empirical quantitative methods he values direct contact with companies of various sectors of the economy.

innovation and technology, development and transformation, competitiveness

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