Jakub Zawieska PhD

Jakub Zawieska (PhD) works as an assistant professor at the Institute of Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility, at Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). Jakub’s research interest focus on the evolution of the smart city concept, sustainable urban mobility, travel behavior and socio-economic aspects of sustainable development. Jakub is also interested sustainable mobility policies, development of technology-driven smart mobility, as well as implementation of disruptive technologies and innovative business models in the urban transport sector.

Natalia Gromek

PhD student at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) in the field of Economics. Her dissertation topic is the economic behavior of households that own pets. She defended two MA theses at SGH in the following fields: Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information Systems and Economics. She completed two specializations: “Market and Public Opinion Research” and “Marketing Research and Market Analysis”. Her main research interests are statistical analysis of secondary data and econometric modeling of socio-economic phenomena. 


Prof. Michał Jakubczyk, PhD

Michał Jakubczyk is an associate professor at the Decision Support and Analysis Department at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics. His research interests focus on health preference research and health technology assessment (HTA), see http://michaljakubczyk.pl for a list of publications. Michał is an appreciated lecturer in the area of ​​decision analysis at the undergraduate, graduate, and MBA levels. He is also a practitioner in HTA: for over 10 years he has been a co-owner of the HealthQuest HealthQuest (http://www.healthquest.pl). Contact: michal.jakubczyk@sgh.waw.pl. 

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