Oskar Chmiel holds a PhD in Social Sciences with a specialization in Political Science from the University of Wroclaw. He is particularly interested in the political and social aspects of international development cooperation, migration, and trade.
Prior to joining CASE, Oskar gained experience working, among others, as an intern at the Polish Centre for African Studies, an intern at the Istanbul Gelisim University, a PhD Candidate and lecturer at the University of Wroclaw, a Visiting PhD student at the University of Granada, a Visiting Researcher at the German Development Institute (currently, German Institute of Development and Sustainability – IDOS), and a Visiting Fellow at the European University Institute and the Historical Archives of the European Union in terms of Vibeke Sørensen Grant. He also worked at EY (formerly Ernst & Young).
Currently, at CASE he is a Specialist in Social Sciences and participates in policy-oriented research and development assistance projects on international cooperation, migration, and labour markets.