Joanna Rutecka is an adjunct
professor at the Warsaw School of Economics where she teaches insurance, social
insurance and old-age pension systems. She does research on social policy,
mandatory and supplementary old-age pension systems, insurance and
consumer protection on financial markets.
Her PhD dissertation on income
redistribution in pension systems (2010) won the 1st prize in the
contest for the best
Ph.D. dissertation in the field of insurance and social security organized by
the Polish Insurance Ombudsman Office and the Foundation of Insurance
Education. In 2012 the dissertation was published as a book. It was highly
evaluated and is broadly recommended. Joanna
Rutecka was awarded the Insurance Debut of the Year – the honour award by the
Polish Chamber of Insurance and Risk Management (2011).
She is an author of numerous
publications in Polish and international peer-reviewed journals. Joanna Rutecka cooperated with the Polish Insurance
Ombudsman. She was also an advisor to the President of Polish Chamber of
Pension Funds and an expert in financial education at that institution.
Joanna Rutecka is an active member of Polish and
European organizations dealing with social security issues: Polish Association
of Social Policy (PTPS), Polish Pension Group SGH (PPG-SGH) and European
Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions (ENRSP). During her cooperation
with Polish pension institutions she also worked with International Federation
of Pension Fund Administrators (FIAP) and European Federation of Retirement
Providers (EFRP, Pensions Europe).