Henryk Kierzkowski

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Henryk Kierzkowski
Born (1943-10-10) 10 October 1943 (age 73)
Fields international trade, macroeconomics, economic development, economics of transition
Institutions Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Alma mater Queen's University
Known for imperfect competition and international trade

Henryk Kierzkowski (born 10 October 1943) is a Polish economist known for his work on imperfect competition and international trade.

Kierzkowski was senior economist at the Bank of Canada, Deputy Chief-Economist of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London, economic advisor to the governments of Poland and Albania, and has been appointed for putting forward candidates for the Nobel Prize in Economics.[1] His book Monopolistic Competition and International Trade “helped to launch the New Trade Theory”.[2] With Ronald W. Jones, he collaborated “to develop the theory of fragmentation of production”.[2]

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