Professor Klemens Białecki, Ph.D.
- Professor of Economics (since 1973); the graduate of the Foreign Trade Faculty at the Central School of the Planning and Statistics (SGPiS) (1955); holds a PhD degree in Economics (1961) and habilitation (1967).
Dean of the Foreign Trade Faculty in 1971-1972; and from 1972 till 1978 Vice-Rector of SGPiS a member (1983-1985), and later (1986-1990) the chairman of the General Council of Higher Education in Poland. Since 1972 he has been arbiter of the Arbitral Court at the National Chamber of Commerce. Between 1980 and 2000 he acted as vice-president of this court.
The author and the co-author of over 30 books, monographs and textbooks, author of over 200 articles. His work entitled "Elements of export marketing" (published in 1968) was the first book on that subject published in Central and Eastern Europe.
Grażyna Ciurzyńska, M.A. - is a graduate of the faculty of Foreign Trade at the Warsaw School of Economics, a many years research and teaching worker of Collegium of World Economy of Warsaw School of Economics. For over 20 years associated with the banking sector. She worked on senior managerial positions in the area of corporate and retail market and a payment market in leading institutions of the financial sector. The Vice-chair of supervisory board in PKO Bank Polski S.A. She oversees the process of service of cooperation with investors and financial intitutions in the county and abroad.
Leszek Hajkowski, M.A.
, enterpreneur and strategic consultant, over 20 years of experience in own business and worked for large Polish and international companies in top management positions: in the international oil&gas corporations (Statoil and Amoco), in Polkomtel SA, GSM leading Polish operator, CEO in Telefonia Dialog SA, arvato Polska (part of Bertelsmann AG in outsourcing area).
Running currently private own companies in the field of housing development, new technologies, international trade and investments.
Since 2010 President of „Korporacja HZ”, the association of graduates of the Foreign Trade Department in the Warsaw School of Economics.
Professor Elżbieta Mączyńska, Ph.D.
- professor of economic sciences, connected with the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH); organizer and manager of the Postgraduate Real Estate Valuation Studies at SGH. Member of the Scientific Council of the Institute of Economic Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences and a member of the "Poland 2000 Plus" Committee Presidium. Member of the Economic Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. President of the Polish Economic Society. Member of the National Development Council. A specialist in economics, including economic analysis, finance and enterprise valuation, economic systems and strategy of socio-economic development. The author of about 300 publications on these subjects. The creator of bankruptcy prediction models.
Professor Eufemia Teichmann, PhD.
- full professor in Economics since 1990; she was graduated from the Department of the Foreign Trade at the Central School of the Planning and Statistics (1961) and got her PhD degree in Economics (1968) and habilitation (1976) at the same department.
In 1990-1996 she was a Dean of the Department of the Foreign Trade at the Central School of the Planning and Statistics transformed into the Collegium of World Economy at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics. As a first Dean of the Collegium of World Economy she created its structure from scratch and organized research and teaching activity. She contributed to establishing many postgraduate study programs as well as doctoral studies. She initiated the cyclical conference TRANS.
Professor Marzenna Weresa, Ph.D. a full professor of Economics, since 2016 the Dean of the Collegium of World Economy at Warsaw School of Economics; since 2005 works as a director of the World Economy Research Institute. She holds Ph.D. degree in Economics (1995) and habilitation (D.Sc.) in Economics (2002). In 1999-2000 she worked as a research fellow at the University College London, UK. She has been carried out many advisory projects for enterprises and governmental organizations in the field of internationalization strategies, R&D and innovation. Since 2012 she works as an expert of the European Commission providing an advice on policies for research and innovation being a member of the High Level Economic Policy Expert Groups (“Innovation for Growth – I4G” and “RISE”) (2012-2015) as well as an expert group on “Economic and Societal Impact of Research and Innovation (ESIR)” and a chair of the EC expert panel working on “Mutual Learning Exercise - The evaluation of business R&D grant schemes” (2017-2018).