• MSc Economic and Social Sciences, Bocconi University (2014-)
  • Double BSc Liberal Arts and Sciences, Tilburg University (2014), majors: Business and Management and Law in Europe
  • Erasmus exchange, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economic Sciences (2011)

Polish (native), English (fluent), German (intermediate), Dutch (intermediate), Italian (basic)



Krzysztof Głowacki is an economist at CASE. Previously he worked as a Junior Financial Analyst at Capgemini, Cracow, and was engaged at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Hague and in the Audit Department of the Cracow City Hall. Krzysztof studied in the Netherlands (BSc Liberal Arts and Sciences at Tilburg University), Belgium (Erasmus exchange program at the Department of Applied Economic Sciences at Antwerp University), and Italy (MSc Economic and Social Sciences at Bocconi University).

Krzysztof is engaged as a researcher and scientific leader in a number of projects carried out for the European Commission and the International Visegrad Fund, including studies on innovativeness. Among others, he actively participates in the project Effectiveness of tax incentives for venture capital and business angels to foster the investment of SMEs and start‑ups for DG TAXUD and has been involved in the application phase of the project Ex-Ante Evaluation of Financial Instruments for the Operational Programme “Digital Poland”. His bachelor thesis, The Impact of National Legislation on the Industry-Academia Partnership in Poland, was a detailed analysis of Polish regulations on higher education and science from the perspective of cooperation between businesses and universities.



Current Position:

• Economist, Center for Social and Economic Research, Warsaw (2016-)

Previous Positions:

• Project Leader, Alcochem Minerals, Utrecht (2012-2014)

• Junior Financial Analyst, Capgemini, Corporate Actions Team, Cracow (2011-2012)

• Intern in the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in The Hague, Political Economic Department (2011)

project involvement: expert

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