University of Warsaw, Poland
IZA World of Labor role
PhD Candidate and Researcher, University of Warsaw, Poland
Poverty and inequality
MA, Computer Science and Econometrics, 2015
"Wealth inequality in Central and Eastern Europe: Evidence from household survey and rich lists' data combined. "Economics of Transition and Institutional Change 28:4 (2020): 637–660 (with M. Brzeizński and M. Wroński).
"Factors that account for the wealth inequality differences between post-socialist countries." Economic Modelling 105 (2021) (with M. Brzezinski).
"Gender pay gaps in domestic and foreign-owned firms." Empirical Economics 61 (2021): 2237–2263 (with I. Magda).
"The effects of child benefit on household saving." Journal of Economic and Family Issues (2022) (with B. Liberda and M. Pęczkowski).
"Location, location, location: What accounts for the regional variation of energy poverty in Poland?" Energy Poverty and Vulnerability (2018): 119–140 (with M. Lis and A. Miazga).
Market changes and limited redistribution contributed to high income and wealth inequality growth in Eastern EuropeHigh levels of economic inequality may lead to lower economic growth and can have negative social and political impacts. Recent empirical research shows that income and wealth inequalities in Eastern Europe since the fall of socialism increased significantly more than previously suggested. Currently, the average Gini index (a common measure) of inequality in Eastern Europe is about 3 percentage points higher than in the rest of Europe. This rise in inequality was initially driven by privatization, liberalization, and deregulation reforms, and, more recently, has been amplified by technological change and globalization coupled with relatively ungenerous income and wealth redistribution policies.MoreLess