Professor Tomasz Mickiewicz

Tomasz Mickiewicz

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General

I joined Aston Business School in January 2012. My previous position was Professor of Comparative Economics at SSEES University College London (since 2008), where I started as a lecturer in 1996. Prior to that I spent one year as a researcher at the University of California in Davis. My first academic post was at the Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. In the past I also served on the board of directors of a major privatised producer of herbs ‘Herbapol’, worked with OIC International on a business incubators programme and also spent some time in public administration as the deputy mayor of Lublin, responsible for economic matters.

Research interests

  • Institutional Economics
  • Comparative entrepreneurship

  • Social entrepreneurship

  • High growth aspiration entrepreneurship

  • Informal economy, tax avoidance

  • Foreign direct investment

Teaching Activity

  • BH1109, International Perspectives in Organisations (with Dr Jonathan Crawshaw)

  • BS2222, Emerging and Transitional Economies (from 2012-2013)

Qualifications

  •  MA, Catholic University of Lublin, 1984

  • PhD, Catholic University of Lublin, 1988

  • Habilitation in economics, Marie Curie University, 2008

Employment

  • 2008-2011 Professor of Comparative Economics, University College London

  • 2002-2008 Senior Lecturer in Economic Restructuring, University College London

  • 1996-2002 Lecturer in Economic Restructuring, University College London

  • 1995-1996 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of London

  • 1992-1996 Lecturer in Economics, Institute of Economics, Catholic University of Lublin

  • 1991-1992 Researcher, Department of Economics and Institute of Governmental Affairs, University of California, Davis

  • 1990-1991 Deputy Mayor, City of Lublin

  • 1986-1992 Assistant Lecturer in Economics, Institute of Economics, Catholic University of Lublin

Membership of Professional Bodies

European Association of Comparative Economic Studies, Vicepresident of

Professional/editorial offices

Post Communist Economies, member of editorial board

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Aston Business School

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  1. Regional studies (Journal)

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  2. Post-Communist Economies (Journal)

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