Stanisław Gomułka

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Stanisław Gomułka (born 10 September 1940, Krężoły, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship) is a Polish born economist, from 1970 up to 2005 a reader in Economics at the London School of Economics, a visiting professor or research fellow at several US universities (Pennsylvania, Stanford, Columbia and Harvard), also at Aarhus university, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies and the Central European university, in the years 1989-2002 advisor to the Ministry of Finance and National Bank of Poland, from 2013 a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

His research interests are in the fields of endogenous economic growth; economics of technological change; comparative economic systems; reforms and post-communist transition, especially Poland and the former USSR; trade and financial relations between East and West; privatisation and analysis of the behaviour of enterprises in Central Europe, the former USSR and China. Access to article publications and some chapters provided by ResearchGate, Stanislaw Gomulka.

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