W dniach 21-22 października b.r. uczestnicy studiów MBA organizowanych przez Akademię NBP, Szkołę Główną Mikołaja Kopernika oraz Akademię Kopernikańską wzięli udział w merytorycznych zajęciach prowadzonych przez międzynarodowych ekspertów.
Tematy, zagadnienia, wykładowcy
“Why do monetary policy and financial stability need good institutions?” – Birgit Niessner, Director, Economic Analysis and Research Department, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
“Indirect FDI and roundtripping FDI” – Magdolna Sass, Director, Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies (Budapest)
„Major Challenges for CESEE” – Mario Holzner, Executive Director, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies
“Global Business Strategy” – Christos Pitelis, Head of the Department of International Business and Professor of International Business and Sustainable Competitiveness, University of Leeds
“Monetary policy: New challenges in an era of large shocks” – Fabrizio Coricelli, Professor of Economics, Paris School of Economics- Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
“Completing a Genuine Economic and Monetary Union” – Iain Begg, Professional Research Fellow at the European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
„System płatniczy – systemy płatności i infrastruktura potransakcyjna rynków finansowych” – Paweł Sobolewski, dyrektor Departamentu Systemu Płatniczego w Narodowym Banku Polskim, członek Rady Nadzorczej KDPW_CCP S.A., autor publikacji o rynkach finansowych
„System płatniczy – instrumenty płatnicze, płatności gotówkowe i bezgotówkowe” – Robert Klepacz, zastępca dyrektora departamentu Systemu Płatniczego w Narodowym Banku Polskim
Iain Begg – Professor, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
Iain Beggis a Professorial Research Fellow at the European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science. His main research work is on the political economy of European integration and EU economic governance. He has directed and participated in a series of research projects on different facets of EU policy and is currently leading a research project on the future of the EU budget. Earlier in 2023, he published a short book in the Cambridge University Press series, Elements in the Economics of European Integration, entitled ‘Completing a genuine economic and monetary union’, and co-authored a paper on ‘Five countries, five models: a comparison of fiscal frameworks’. He has served as a specialist advisor to the House of Lords European Committee for inquiries into EU economic governance, and is a regular commentator in the media on EU policy issues, Brexit and EU-UK relations.
Fabrizio Coricelli – Professor of Economics, Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Fabrizio Coricelli is Emeritus Professor at the Paris School of Economics, Professor at the University of Siena as well as Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London.
He worked as Director of Research at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in the years 2007-2008, Economic Adviser at the European Commission in the years 2001-2002, Senior Economist at the World Bank in the years 1989-1993, and Economist at the International Monetary Fund in the years 1987-89.
His research and professional activity has concentrated on international economics and political integration, with special focus on the European Union and on transition countries. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Mario Holzner – Executive DirectorVienna Institute for International Economic Studies
Mario Holzner is the Executive Director at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw). He is also coordinating economic policy development and communication with a focus on European economic policy.
He has recently worked on issues of infrastructure investment in greater Europe, proposing a European Silk Road.
He obtained his PhD in economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in 2005. At present, he is also a PhD student in history at the University of Vienna. Mario Holzner is a 2023 DG GROW Fellow.
Birgit Niessner – Director, Economic Analysis and Research Department Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Birgit Niessner has been the Director of the OeNB’s Economic Analysis and Research Department since October 2021.
Before that, in the years 2007-2021, she held various positions in risk management and research at Erste Group and Raiffeisen Bank International. During this period, Birgit Niessner was also on a six-month secondment as Senior Economist at the EIB’s Research Department.
Birgit Niessner holds a PhD in Economics from Vienna University of Economics and Business, a Master’s degree in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and a Master’s degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Vienna.
Christos Pitelis – Head of the Department of International Business, Professor of International Business and Sustainable Competitiveness, University of Leeds
Professor Chris Pitelis is the Head of the Department of International Business and Professor of International Business and Sustainable Competitiveness at the University of Leeds. He is also a Life Fellow of Queens’ College, University of Cambridge and a Fellow of the Academy of International Business. He has served as the Head (Dean) of Brunel Business School, Brunel University London; Dean of the College of Business, Abu Dhabi University; Director of the Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM), University of Cambridge; President of the Hellenic Organization of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises; Head of the Strategy and International Management group at Bath University; and Director of Studies in the Economics, the Management Studies and the Manufacturing Engineering Tripos at Queens’ College, Cambridge.
Christos is literary executor of the collected papers of Edith Penrose, a Co-Editor of the Cambridge Journal of Economics and Contributions to Political Economy, a member of the Cambridge Political Economy Society, Editor of theEuropean Management Review ,on theeditorial board of theManagement International Review. Professor Pitelis has published and edited several books; he has published in journals such as Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, The Leadership Quarterly, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Business History Review, Regional Studies, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Industrial and Corporate Change, Cambridge Journal of Economics and others.
Professor Pitelis has served at the editorial boards of among others, Organization Science and Organization Studies. He has presented papers and served as Chair, panellist and organizer in leading academic conferences in economics and business and was invited as a speaker by academic, international, and national organizations and governments, as well as professional and accreditation bodies such as CABS, the AACSB and the EFMD.
He has coordinated projects and designed policies for international organizations, national governments and regions, NGOs and businesses and has taught, consulted, and trained students, business leaders and policy makers. Among others, he was International Expert of the European Commission Networking for Innovation (NETWIN) programme on innovation clusters and consultant for ECLAC, UNCTAD, USAID and the Commonwealth Secretariat. Chris has held visiting and other positions at the University of California Berkeley, MIT, China-Europe Management Institute, Copenhagen Business School, NK University of Athens, University of Nottingham, University of St Andrews, University of St Petersburg, University of Utrecht and University of Technology Sydney.
Magdolna Sass – Director, Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies (Budapest)
Magdolna Sass has been the Director of the CERS Institute of World Economics since April 2020. Her research fields include: international economics and business, global value chains, foreign trade, foreign direct investments and related policies in (former) transition economies, outward foreign direct investments and emerging multinationals in Hungary and in the Visegrad countries.
She obtained her CSc degree in 1998. She has worked for the CERS Institute of Economics and for the OECD.
She has written more than 250 research papers, including articles published in Europe-Asia Studies, Post-Communist Economies and Eastern European Economics.
Robert Klepacz – zastępca dyrektora departamentu Systemu Płatniczego w Narodowym Banku Polskim. Ekonomista, absolwent Szkoły Głównej Handlowej oraz polsko-holenderskich studiów podyplomowych w zakresie integracji europejskiej, organizowanych przez Uniwersytet Warszawski i Uniwersytet w Maastricht. W pracy zawodowej zajmuje się problematyką polityki i rozwoju systemów płatności, regulacjami prawnymi, analizami i badaniami z zakresu funkcjonowania systemów płatności, usług płatniczych, rynku kart płatniczych oraz innowacyjnych instrumentów płatniczych. Uczestniczył w pracach legislacyjnych nad ustawami regulującymi funkcjonowanie rynku usług płatniczych, m.in. ustawy o usługach płatniczych.
Paweł Sobolewski – dyrektor Departamentu Systemu Płatniczego w Narodowym Banku Polskim, członek Rady Nadzorczej KDPW_CCP S.A., autor publikacji o rynkach finansowych. W NBP obecnie nadzoruje zadania związane z funkcjonowaniem i rozwojem polskiego systemu płatniczego oraz przeprowadzaniem rozrachunków międzybankowych.